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SDHI Research Showcase - Monday 1st December

SDHI is hosting a Research Showcase on Monday 1st December in The Gateway Building at the University of St Andrews from 3.30pm until around 7pm.  Researchers are invited to present their work and activities at various work stations.  79 more words


Hamish McHamish: St Andrew's beloved town cat passes away

Hamish McHamish, the much-loved St Andrew’s tom cat who has his own statue in the town square, has passed away aged 15 from a chest infection. 208 more words


where are we going? (clapclapclap) ST ANDREWS!

After months of nervous anticipation, hauling 4 bags (totaling a near 200 hundred pounds) throughout the airport, sitting on a 7 hour nightmare flight from Chicago to London, barely successfully completing a 2 hour race through Heathrow, and kind of sleeping on my flight from London to Edinburgh, I FINALLY ARRIVED IN SCOTLAND! 832 more words


52 Weeks of Historical How-To’s, Week 45: How to Matriculate

As we are in the midst of orientation week, I thought it would be appropriate for this week’s historical how-to to focus on one of the first official acts that each student will be undertaking in their academic career – … 911 more words


Session 7: Humans/animals

The seventh session of the symposium was on the topic of human and animal commons. Professor Eduardo Mendieta of Stony Brook University spoke about the prospects of interspecies cosmopolitanism and animal rights to the city, arguing that the just city is a zoopolis. 424 more words

Labor Day Weekend

Having no classes on Fridays and with Monday off for Labor Day, last weekend was a four-day Labor Day Weekend!  Originally we had planned to leave Atlanta and visit Savannah, but changed our minds after realising we hadn’t actually seen that much of Atlanta yet.   886 more words



Last Thursday we finally met somewhat of a Bobby Jones legend…

Frank Gaertner’s been working for Emory University for years, and last Thursday he introduced us, as he has with many scholars before us, to one of the most bizarre events on the university calendar. 443 more words