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Author: Euan Elder

Top Ten Tips for Starting Uni

Written by on 29 August 2018

  In the post A Level results day haze of last summer my Google Search History showed only one type of thing. “What to do in Freshers”, “How to have the best Freshers Week ever”, “Top 50 things you shouldn’t forget to do in Freshers Week”. I was obsessed. After all, you only really get […]

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What to listen to while running

Written by on 2 July 2018

I spent far more time than was probably healthy choosing a subject for my first article as Editor of Star News. The plan was to give you all some deep and intelligent analysis of all the cool and interesting music I’m listening to, but I don’t listen to cool and interesting music, and I’ve never […]

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Social Media over the holidays

Written by on 18 June 2018

The post-exam world that St Andrews students currently live in is fraught with danger, from minor inconveniences (such as doing without the 601), to truly terrifying issues (such as having to get a job). There are those who defy all odds and make their summer holidays an actual holiday, but for others this supposed break […]

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Your summer reading based on your major part 2

Written by on 14 June 2018

Film: Major Must-Read: A Clockwork Orange (Anthony Burgess) One of the most interesting adaptations from novel to film, A Clockwork Orange is written in a bizarre and linguistically unheard of style. Fantastic story that only emphasizes Kubrick’s brilliance in the transfer to film. Take A Break: Fight Club (Chuck Palahniuk) A fun read you will […]

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Your Summer Reading Based on your major (part 1)

Written by on 12 June 2018

  Your Summer Reading List Based on Your Major Cady Crowley   Whether you’re under palm fronds or high rises, on beaches or in offices, sipping cocktails or coffee, you’re out of exams and into the summer. And whatever your plans, a good book is a must-have in any work, travel, or day-to-day tote bag. […]

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Barbecues vs Nature

Written by on 4 June 2018

Now that the mental necrosis-inducing monotony of exam revision has ended, we have cause for celebration.  Before we move onto the frightening world of work, postgraduate study or just another year of uni, summer stretches out before us to distract ourselves from impending adulthood.  And while some, like me, are kept in a lab or […]

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