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Dunhill Links brings fans to the home of golf

The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship was played in St Andrews last weekend with St Andrews students and locals turning out to see Martin Kaymer coming out top.

Bubble TV aims to put St Andrews life on screen

This week The Saint’s Tori Sarant and Kerry Nesbitt talk with Anna-Lisa Stone, creator of the new Bubble TV.

Phil Pass on Freshers’ Week

Fresher’s week has started the year on a high note with nine event-packed days of non-stop events. The Saint caught up with the Director of Events and Services, Phil Pass, to find out how successful the week has been.

School presidents to be elected

Class rep system to be updated with elected school presidents

Students petition to save tutors

Students’ Association collaborates with UCU to campaign against staff redundancies

Controversial professor garners student criticism

Students have raised their concerns about the recent appointment of a professor who has previously expressed controversial views on homosexuality.

Student faces dragons

A St Andrews creative writing student is the newest recipient of the Dragon’s Pen Award for new writers.

St Andrews faces growing international competition

Continued success in national tables, driven by high satisfaction, is not matched on global lists

St Andrean lectures launch year of academic events

By Kirsty Matthews The  St Andrean lecture series is a new initiative this year organised by Director of Representation Siena Parker, to provide Freshers with more  academic events. The idea is to give Freshers a taste of what is on offer at St Andrews. The first lecture on Tuesday evening discussed the evolution of student politics and what the student...

Inequalities in Scottish universities worst in UK

By Henry Turnbull Scottish universities have fewer students from poorer backgrounds than any other region of the UK, according to a recent study.  The Universities UK report revealed that only 28.1 percent of Scottish university students came from lower socio-economic backgrounds, compared to 32.4 percent in England, 32.5 percent in Wales, and 41.8 percent in Northern Ireland. This figure was...