Sunday, May 28, 2017
The Saint lays out helpful hints for studying success and conquering exams.

Religion In The Bubble

An analysis and preview of religion in St Andrews.
Aaron Muldoon shares his experiences hitchhiking through portions of eastern Europe, and the joy of visiting new places and meeting new people.
Socials, extra-curricular activities, and lectures mean that life in the Bubble is usually an exciting, fulfilling experience. Sometimes, however, students experience stress, loneliness, and an overall sense of being overwhelmed. Luckily, St Andrews has a service that can help in these moments of uncertainty. Nightline is run by students for other students, and it can act as a non-advisory “sound wall” when you want somebody to talk to. The student...
Congratulations to the University of St Andrews Ladies Golf Club for raising and donating a substantial amount of money this year for Fife Rape and Sexual Assault Centre (FRASAC).

Let’s talk

Catriona Aitken talks to Emma Rebein and Chris Andrews to find out more about their project, Let's Talk.
At the beginning of March, Professor Mapstone sat down with The Saint for her first interview with a student publication since taking office in September.
"We need to be aware of history and be critical of labels which have the ability to emancipate some whilst criminalising others"
"Beyond the dazzling displays of the events themselves, the impressive social media promotion, and shockingly high-brow sponsorship, these charity fashion shows do well to remember a primary raison d’être: charity."
The Saint speaks to Sam Ross about the founding values and success of Populus this academic year.