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Review: Label presents Grounded

Label was able to create its own niche, by always providing the audience with strong and relevant messages, spanning from body-positive and gender fluid to environmental fashion, as in the case of "Grounded."

Saints LGBT+ protest Chechen hate crimes

Anti-gay campaigns in Chechnya have resulted in authorities detaining dozens of individuals suspected of being homosexual.

Exploring the relevance of music charts today

Katie Munro asks if the music charts hold any meaning in the streaming driven music industry of today.

Musings on a theme: Johnny Flynn

Zeb Baker-Smith explains why we should all take the time to listen to the music or enjoy the performances of multi-talented artist Johnny Flynn.

News

Saints LGBT+ protest Chechen hate crimes

Anti-gay campaigns in Chechnya have resulted in authorities detaining dozens of individuals suspected of being homosexual.
Photo: The Saint Online

Director of Student Services issues May Dip warnings

In an email to all students this morning, Dr Lusk stated that “NO AFTER PARTIES will be tolerated this year."

Viewpoint

In response to: “Inside the hospitality industry: a culture of harassment?”

A student describes their experience of working in hospitality in St Andrews.

Will finding friendship be perilous for the Prince?

Sophie Sanders A bosom friend — an intimate friend, you know — a really kindred spirit to whom I can confide my inmost soul,” says...

Features

Durham shine at St Andrews Sevens

Sport editor Andrew Sinclair recaps the action from the annual Rugby Sevens tournament, with Durham taking the spoils this time round.

May Dip vs May Ball: how to survive and thrive

Elischke de Villiers discusses the pros and cons of April 30th.

Arts & Culture

Review: Label presents Grounded

Label was able to create its own niche, by always providing the audience with strong and relevant messages, spanning from body-positive and gender fluid to environmental fashion, as in the case of "Grounded."

Exploring the relevance of music charts today

Katie Munro asks if the music charts hold any meaning in the streaming driven music industry of today.

Money

No more EU funding for Fife?

Concerns regarding Brexit’s effect on Fife’s economy and job market have risen to the forefront of local issues. EU funding, employment prospects, and environmental regulations are of particular note. So –– what effect will Brexit...

Easter 2017, by the numbers

What began as a religious holiday to celebrate an end to Lenten self-denial has become a commercialised, interdenominational cultural phenomenon filled with hunts for plastic eggs,  hollow chocolate bunnies, and shiny patent leather shoes. Whether...

Sport

St Andrews Taekwon-do raise over £1300 for charity with impressive 48-hour Kick-A-Thon

The St Andrews Taekwon-do team powered through 48 hours outside the Union to raise well over £1300 for the University's three chosen charities.

Saints Netball enjoy excellent year on and off the court

Deputy sport editor Henry Mallin met with the Netball club to discuss their successes this year and plans for the future.

Events

Review: Label presents Grounded

Label was able to create its own niche, by always providing the audience with strong and relevant messages, spanning from body-positive and gender fluid to environmental fashion, as in the case of "Grounded."

Saints LGBT+ protest Chechen hate crimes

Anti-gay campaigns in Chechnya have resulted in authorities detaining dozens of individuals suspected of being homosexual.

Exploring the relevance of music charts today

Katie Munro asks if the music charts hold any meaning in the streaming driven music industry of today.

Musings on a theme: Johnny Flynn

Zeb Baker-Smith explains why we should all take the time to listen to the music or enjoy the performances of multi-talented artist Johnny Flynn.
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