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Monday, July 22, 2019

Fairer hospitality rights with Claire Baker MSP

In 2017, The Saint published an article based on two months of interviews surrounding the prevalence of sexual harassment in the catering industry of...

“Reconnect” with Wellbeing Week 2019

Wellbeing Week is back with a packed schedule of events throughout Week 8. Abby Li spoke to the Wellbeing Committee's Mental Health Representative, Emma Walsh, about the ways in which students can engage with this week's and the importance of reconnecting with our emotions among the stresses of student life.

FS: Behind the designs

Elizabeth Milne spoke to Kameron Cooper, one of the contributing young designers to this year’s FS event, about everything from her very first sewing machine to how her music playlist informs her fashion sense.

A traditional folk-us

Over the weekend of 22-24 February, the St Andrews Folk and Traditional Music Society hosted their second annual folk music festival. Being the third...

An interview with the UNHCR Director of Communications

The statistics which Ms Fleming deals with in her role as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees Director of Communications make for difficult reading. The agency is tasked...

Seeking ‘SolidariTee’ in the fight for refugee rights

Last semester, The Saint’s Siobhan Ali explored the work of Refugee Action St Andrews (RASA) in their campaign for equal opportunities in accessing university...

Booze, business and brotherhood

The Lowenstein brothers have only been at St Andrews for one semester, yet their “First Kiss” video has already caused quite a stir. Both...

In Conversation with Alan Rusbridger

“One word of truth shall outweigh the whole world.” “Comment is free, but facts are sacred.” Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, in his acceptance speech for the 1971...

St Andrews’ Earth Year

Deputy Features Editor Catriona Aitken chats with Anya Kaufman, a Sustainability Intern working at the University of St Andrew's Environment team, to discuss the university's commitment towards combatting pollution.

The man behind ‘We are St Andrews’

Through the use of art, photography and media, 'We are St Andrews' will attempt to race awareness about the diversity issue in St Andrews.