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Why St Andrews students should vote for: the Green Party

Lewis Campbell, St Andrews student and Green party activist, tells us why his fellows students should vote for the Green party in the 2017 general election.

Why St Andrews students should vote for: the SNP

Paul Anderson, Convenor of St Andrews Students for Independence, explains why students should vote for the SNP in the 2017 general election.

Nicola Sturgeon tells The Saint: “UK government is all too ready to dismiss Scotland’s voice”

Nicola Sturgeon spoke to The Saint during her visit to the University of St Andrews, where she spoke to staff and students about the Erasmus programme.

Tim Farron campaigns in St Andrews

Mr Farron campaigned with Willie Rennie and Lord Campbell in support of Lib Dem candidate, Elizabeth Riches.

St Andrews soars to all-time high in league table

The Complete University Guide ranked St Andrews top in Scotland and third in the UK overall.

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

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

Polo Tournament bungles buses, guests left to walk

One event attendee said that the buses had taken a wrong turn in the Errol Park Estate and reached a "dead end".

Inside the hospitality industry: a culture of harassment?

Editor's note: This semester, The Saint conducted a substantial two-month investigation into the culture of exploitation and harassment in St Andrews' hospitality industry. Our article includes quotes from eight student sources, some of whom were willing to be named. However, to protect these sources' identities and act in fairness to both sides, we have decided to anonymise all individuals...

Damien Hirst: the art of decadence and death

Hirst the capitalist has overtaken Hirst the artist.

Preview: Jerusalem

The Saint’s video team got to sit in on a rehearsal with some of the cast and production team of Jerusalem and preview the play that director Al Gillespie feels is aptly summed up by the quote: “What’s an English for?” Watch the preview and see Jerusalem, this Friday and Saturday in the Byre Theatre, to find out why.