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A Little About St Andrews

Perhaps you have skimmed through my introspective reflections in ­­­From South Carolina to Scotland and wondered what the town and university are like. If so, this brief post is dedicated to you! 503 more words

Study Abroad / Travel

From South Carolina to Scotland

For those of you who did not know, I have relocated to the University of St. Andrews this semester, thanks to Erskine’s study abroad program. I have always dreamed of traveling the world and the opportunity to study abroad through this program seemed too good to be true. 435 more words

Study Abroad / Travel

150th anniversary of John Stuart Mill’s rectorial address

John Stuart Mill,  arguably the most important British philosopher of the 19th century, and principal architect of philosophical utilitarianism, was elected Rector of the University of St Andrews by its students, holding office from 1865 to 1868. 1,308 more words

Rare Book Collection

UNIVERSITIES OF EDINBURGH AND ST ANDREWS TO PLAY AT MELROSE SEVENS

TWO of Scotland’s ancient universities,The University of Edinburgh and the University of St Andrews, are set to clash for the first time at The Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose Sevens on 8 April 2017.  512 more words

Clubland

3-D ON A BUDGET FOR MUSEUMS & COMMUNITIES: Slideshow!

3-D technologies were the order of the day when the UWI Museum hosted facilitators from the University of St Andrews in Scotland who were in the Caribbean conducting workshops under a project aimed at community museums in Europe and Latin America & the Caribbean. 182 more words

UWI Museum

Handel's 'Jephtha' with St Andrews Chorus

In November 2016, I returned to St Andrews to sing the Angel in Handel’s last oratorio, Jephtha. The performance was conducted by Michael Downes and featured St Andrews Chorus and a chamber orchestra led by Lucy Russell of the Fitzwilliam String Quartet. 116 more words

Performances