Thursday, June 4, 2020

Manifesto Analysis: Dan Marshall, Association President

Mr Marshall expresses concern over postgraduate pay, rights of international students especially post-Brexit, and those impacted by universal credit changes, promising to advocate their causes. However, a lot of the manifesto is dedicated to lobbying over national issues, and the notion of training students in activism seems beyond the purview of the role.

Maisie Williams is coming to St Andrews

Tickets have already sold out for the headline event of the University's Career Week.

Israeli Diplomat lectures in St Andrews

On Monday 14 November, Alon Roth-Snir, Deputy Ambassador to Israel at the Court of St James, delivered a talk on foreign policy in the...

Her Campus opens St Andrews branch

The University of St Andrews has become the first university outside of the United States to host a branch of Her Campus, an online...

Debt-ridden student convicted for embezzlement

Debt-ridden student convicted for embezzlement

Student leaders vow to fight HMO ban

St Andrews’ student leaders are in uproar at  Fife Council’s decision to ban new House of Multiple Occupancy (HMO) licences from being granted to...

RAG Week paints St Andrews purple

In the second week of the semester, pur­ple descended on St Andrews for RAG Week 2013. It was the culmination of a huge group...

New “stormy stars” are discovered

The new research comes from a team of researchers including several from the University of St Andrews

Interview: Willie Rennie MSP, leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats and...

The Saint speaks to Willie Rennie, MSP for North East Fife and leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats, about his campaign to be the 53rd rector of the University of St Andrews.

Scottish Parliament interviews: Roderick Campbell, SNP

The Saint interviewed all the candidates for North East Fife in tomorrow's Scottish Parliament elections, check out our interview with the SNP candidate here!