Gray Black gives us some tips and tricks on how to prune and bloom during the pandemic!
Molly recounts the sadness of the class of 2021 in missing out on much of what they expected for their last year of university, in light of the pandemic, but also highlights some bright notes amidst the disappointments.
Madeline Pennino explains the fears of a first time voter: it’s time for change.
Ella reports on the results of the 2020 University of St Andrews Rectorial Election and the racial and cultural significance of our first black female Rector.
Ethan continues his case for the manual typewriter and urges readers to invest in perhaps a more unmitigated way of writing.
Shree reports on the goals and initiatives of the Students’ Association’s newest subcommittee: The BAME Students’ Network
Ethan makes a compelling case for the manual typewriter, and old but not obsolete machine championed by renowned actor and author Tom Hanks
Kashika reports on the growing movement–Dalit Lives Matter–and the systematic injustices and sexual violence which afflict women in India
Megan comments on the frequency with which women in St Andrews endure inappropriate comments from men, who are often much older than themselves.
Anna reports on Band Together, the new St Andrews charitable organization which aims to de-stigmatize mental health issues at a national level.