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Tuesday, February 25, 2020
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Interview: Campbell Anderson, candidate for director of events and services

The director of events and services is responsible for managing student input regarding bar and entertainment services at the Union, and is involved in...

Private accommodation students’ biggest concern as campaigning begins

In a poll conducted on The Saint’s website, 116 of 188 participants (62 per cent) responded that the cost and availability of private accommodation was...

Report card: Jess Walker, AU president

Last year, in what was a fairly vigorous and obvious campaign online and across town, the ubiquitous slogan in the race for the role...

Interview: Jeremy Hipps, candidate for AU president

Read our analysis of Mr Hipps' manifesto here. What is your history sports-wise up until now? What committees have you been on? I’ve done the Badminton...

Manifesto analysis: Jeremy Hipps, candidate for AU president

Read our interview with Mr Hipps here. As the tension in St Andrews surrounding the elections trumps anything that an episode of Scandal or The Thick of...

Report card: Teddy Woodhouse, director of representation (DoRep)

School presidents During last year’s elections, one of Teddy Woodhouse's main promises was to build on Amanda Litherland’s work in training school presidents. This has...

Interview: Fay Morrice, candidate for director of student development and activities

The director of student development and activities is responsible for the line management of most of the members in the Union Council, which is...

Report card: Daniel Palmer, director of events and services (DoES)

Daniel Palmer, director of events and services (DoES), always knew his time as a sabbatical would be “full”, but speaking to The Saint, even...

Sabbatical nominations closed

Nominations for sabbatical officers closed at 5pm this afternoon (Wednesday 26 February). Candidates for all five positions have now been finalised as follows. Running for Students’...

Start-up success in only 52 hours

The inaugural Start-up St Andrews event took place earlier this month. Start-up is a 52 hour challenge, which has been described as Dragon’s Den meets The Apprentice.