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Love Letter To: Brooklyn 99

Written by on 22 September 2018

  I understand that this is a weird time to write about this particular subject, that it might have been more pertinent to talk about the importance on Brooklyn 99 earlier this year, when it was dramatically cancelled and then uncancelled, or later, when season 6 comes out. But it was coming back to University […]

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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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In Praise of Eurovision

Written by on 13 May 2018

  Last night was truly something else, maybe not the best Eurovision I’ve watched but it did give us some moments that will live on in my heart until next year. Some highlights, (as told through my live facebook updates) included: Ukraine’s entire performance: “Is this weird Dracula?” Slovenia, fine maybe not the best song […]

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May Ball Preview

Written by on 21 April 2018

Kaylee Kelley from STAR News previews one of St Andrews’ biggest events, the Kate Kennedy May Ball. 1. How would you characterise this year’s May Ball? How does it differ from last year? This year’s Charity May Ball will cater to more tastes than before. We have achieved this by providing a wide range of […]

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Label Fashion Show: A Review

Written by on 19 April 2018

  In a town where the market for fashion shows is pretty much completely saturated, it seems inevitable that a hierarchy will form. FS and DW at the top, everyone else down below. Attending Label 2018, however, has made me rethink my perceptions of lower-budgeted, and apparently lesser fashion shows. While I was sceptical about […]

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