Monthly Archives: July 2018

Prayer: a musical analogy

  If you have ever heard an orchestra warming up, you may have noticed that the first sound to cut the silence is a sustained note played by a lone woodwind instrument. The tone calls out above the rest of the ensemble, hanging in solitude for a moment. Then, winds and strings rise to match […]

Semester Highlights: one last spring in St Andrews

I can’t believe how much I did this past semester! As it was my last one in St Andrews, I was determined to make the most of it. Academically, it was a bit of an oddity due to the interruptions to the course schedule caused by nationwide strikes from a union of lecturers and administrators. […]

Faith & Prayer: new horizons for the same old blog

Why did I start this blog? Well, why does anybody start a blog? My first ever post back in the misty distance of November 2015 (my goodness, 2015?!) proclaims with all the confidence a freshman can muster that this blog will be a place for me to share stories, adventures, and advice during this four […]