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Saint Andrews
Saturday, September 22, 2018

A Rail Link for St Andrews

Deputy features editor Catriona Aitken discusses the St Andrews Rail Link Campaign with members of the campaign, and student's hopes and ideas for a better transportation system for the town.

Michael Russell: RUK students would pay tuition fees in an independent...

The Saint hears from Scotland's education secretary, Michael Russell, on Scottish independence

“Huge improvements have been made over the last few years to...

Ewan McCubbin, assistant director of the library, speaks to The Saint about library improvements, fines, opening hours, branding and marketing

The Class of 2021

An in depth look at this year's Freshers. From how they differ from their predecessors, to the St Andrews traditions they have eagerly taken up.

Shine Theory: Kendra Eno

Adding on to her Shine Theory Column, Tiffany Black speaks with Kendra Eno, showcase manager for St Andrews' Afro Caribbean Society, on the vision behind their new, upcoming event Ubuntu, and what it means for Ms Eno to be growing up as a black woman.

Peter Singer: living an ethical life

Claire Fogarty reviews Peter Singer's talk in St Andrews, and asks the world-renowned philosopher about what it means to live an ethical life.

Five more societies for your perusal

Study. Travel. And get involved.” Timeless advice to all entering the coming academic year at the University of St Andrews. It isn’t bad advice...

Seeing double: twins on campus

The University of St Andrews is renowned for its vibrant student body, and the numerous sets of twins who attend the school exemplify this...

The Bacchae in the Modern World

The Saint: What prompted you to put on this play? Gabriele Uboldi: I’ve always loved Greek tragedies. I went to a particular kind of high school that involved studying Latin and...

The shop with a Zest for life

Zest is so much more than your average coffee shop; The Saint sits down with the owner, Lisa Cathro, to find out why.