Saturday, May 30, 2020
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Devil’s Advocate: Do grades represent intelligence?

Yes When considering the question of whether or not grades reflect intelligence there are several spheres of inquiry which must be eliminated. One may have...

Can we live without Facebook?

Sam Mills and Kathryn Nielsen argue about whether a life without Facebook is a life worth living

Should the University of St Andrews join the NUS?

YES Joining the National Union of Students (NUS) is a matter of practicality and of principle. By joining a nationwide student association we are strengthening...

Devil’s Advocate Valentine’s Special: Are public displays of affection (PDAs) appropriate?

Yes - Annabel Steele - 62% Any opposition to Public Displays of Affection must come from a place of jealousy. Boldly, I’m choosing to open...

DEVIL’S ADVOCATE: Should sex sell?

Sarah Whaley and Emma Hinds discuss sex in advertising

Is Valentine’s Day a corporate, consumerist holiday?

Or is it a time to celebrate love, be it love of yourself or another?

Devil’s Advocate: should single sex clubs be a thing of the...

Yes The name you see printed is dubious insofar as the sex is not revealed directly. Am I a Charles or a Charlotte? Does it matter...

Were Serena Williams’ actions in the US Open final justified?

Lewis Frain, Joel McInally YES  The scenes at the US Open final were not the nicest to watch; it  seems a  general  opinion has  been  formed which  says  Serena Williams  has  let people down and is ...

DEVIL’S ADVOCATE: Are Christmas lights ethical?

Nick Cassella and Lucy Keen debate the ethics behind this sign of festive cheer

Devil’s Advocate: The Price of fitness

Emma Hinds and Nathan Ruby argue about the Sports Centre's changed fees