Food Combos: Vegetarian Edition

Here’s the second take from our collection, food combos! Our Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Combo articles give you the three most important meals of the day with a twist! Try them separately or all together, these combos help you find great veggie dining for any time of day.

Fangtastic Halloween Recipes

Ready to get into the spooky spirit? The 31st is just around the corner, so we’ve whipped up some scarily good Halloween recipes to keep you doing the Monster Mash all night.

Food Combos: St Andrews edition

This year’s first Gastronome article is also kicking off a new collection: our food combos! Our Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Combo articles give you the three most important meals of the day with a twist! Try them all together or try them separately, these combos help you find pockets of St Andrews-themed dining for any time of day.

The Physicists/Die Physiker: Reviewed

Don’t be misled by this play’s title; it deals with much more than physics or physicists. The show was performed in its original German (a delight as a mother-tongue German speaker) with English subtitles. Dürrenmatt’s dark absurdist comedy tackles the ethics and structures of science, madness and power. In the Director’s Note, the directors acknowledge the challenge in staging this “fiercely moral yet absurdist piece” and bringing it into the 21st century, a challenge they wonderfully mastered.

Unicef Symposium x Children in Conflict: Reviewed

Unicef on Campus St Andrews’ 4th Annual Symposium was held in the Byre Theatre Studio this year, and for the first time, Unicef’s Symposium collaborated with On the Rocks, expanding their audience. The Symposium focused on the issue of Children in Conflict and brought in a panel of speakers with a diverse level of expertise on the topic. The speakers included Marc Ellison, a photojournalist working in conflict zones; Laurie Druelle, a representative of HALO Trust, which focuses on Mine Clearance and Awareness in post-confict zones; Jaremey McMullin, a St Andrews IR lecturer researching internal conflict and the process of post-conflict transition; and Daniel Cosgrove, a representative from UNICEF UK based in Glasgow.

Winter Treats

Looking for a snack to cure those winter blues? These treats are guaranteed to warm up your stomach and heart!

Halloween Recipes

It’s that time of year again! Crack out your pumpkins and cobwebs for these festive Halloween treats. Whether you’re trick-or-treating, hosting a spooky gathering, or just getting into the Halloween spirit, these recipes will hit the spot.

Around the World in Eighty Recipes: Italy

There’s more than one way to travel the world! While St Andrews has tons of Italian eateries to try, Italian cuisine can be done just as well in your kitchen. These delicious recipes will upgrade your Italian cooking beyond just pasta!