Student Spotting

As May bleeds into June, and the UK enters its third month of lockdown, St Andrews remains a desolate wasteland. Seagulls cannibalise each other, searching for something - anything, really - to fill in that gaping absence of the Greggs sausage roll. No hipsters are skateboarding to the library; only the lingering scent of their... Continue Reading →

Update: Nothing to Report

FROM THE EDITORS: Over and above its desire to make St Andrews students laugh, the Bejant Observer recognises the seriousness of current events in the United States and elsewhere. The below article is the first factual journalistic piece filed under the Observer’s News desk. It seeks to explain the controversy over Principal Sally Mapstone’s latest... Continue Reading →

Sally Mapstone AI Version 3 Fails Turing Test

When St Andrews students opened their email accounts on May 21 to find a 1067 word document comprised of 25 grammatically sound but thematically disjointed paragraphs it became immediately clear that the correspondence had been composed by some sort of semi-sentient robot. In an interview today with the Bejant Observer an IBM spokesperson has confirmed... Continue Reading →

Our April Picks

What we are watching April is shit. Life is kinda dull and content is slow. That is why we are spending the month watching the Louis Theroux documentary catalogue where we can delight in his tender moments with Scientologists, Jimmy Saville, Joe Exotic (before it was cool), and opioid addicts in the US. What we... Continue Reading →

Our March Picks

In the first pick-series for The Bejant Observer, the editorial board has put together a list of inspiring content across platforms and borders. What To Watch Our clear favorite for this month is the Youtube channel "All Gas No Breaks". He is a true voice of the people and has figured out a Pulitizer-worthy formula.... Continue Reading →

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