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St Andrews among top ten universities to produce millionaires in UK

St Andrews has its fair share of starving students, but apparently they could have a very bright (and lucrative) future. A recent study released by...

The Rector arrives!

At noon on Monday 19 March, the bells in St Salvator’s tower heralded the entrance of the new Lord Rector, Alistair Moffat, into St...

The Foreign Affairs Society wins debate about whether foreign aid creates...

The Foreign Affairs Society (FAS) fought Friends of Médecins Sans Frontières (FoMSF) this Thursday on the debating table, winning by 6 votes. The FAS proposed the...

Question Time comes to St Andrews

St Andrews welcomed Question Time last week as David Dimbleby chaired the debate from Venue One. On Thursday 15 March, Dimbleby was joined by...

Students’ Association Election results announced

  Freddie Fforde emerged victorious as next year's Association President, eventually seeing off Chloe Hill, as a record turnout voted for next year's Students' Assocation...

Hall rent hikes demystified

Hall rents for the next academic session have seen an increase this year, partly offset by a package agreed between the Students’ Association President...

StAnza literary festival takes place this week

St Andrews is in for a literary treat this week, as the ‘cross-arts festival’ StAnza is taking place between 14th and 18th March throughout...

Candidates for Student Union elections 2012

Presidential candidates: Candidate: Chloe Hill In a word: Positive Chloe Hill is an experienced member of the SRC, having filled the role of Community Relations Officer over the...

University replies to Kenly wind farm critics

Debate continues to rage over the University of St Andrews’ proposed wind farm development at nearby Kenly, with the University hitting back at recent...

St Andrews students to cycle across Africa

This summer, Stuart Charters and Caroline Damgaard, members of the Challenge 2012: Pedal Africa expedition team, will cycle 4,000km across Southern Africa to raise...