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Friday, November 16, 2018

An interview with BBC Scotland’s Brian Taylor

Sileas MacInnes interviews BBC Scotland chief political editor Brian Taylor on his time at St Andrews and his thoughts on the independence referendum

Conquering the world

In 1982, around 3 per cent of the University’s student body was international. The number now sits closer to 30 per cent. Editor Jonathan Bucks reports on how St Andrews became a melting pot and leading international recruiter

Interview: the St Andrews Young European Movement

With David Cameron and Ed Miliband both talking seriously about a UK referendum on the European Union, the EU elections fast approaching on 22...

“Scottish independence is not an end in itself”

Last week, Saint Features editor Miles Adams and international politics sub-editor Maximilian Curtis sat down with Yes Scotland campaigner and national organiser for SNP...

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.

St Andrews takes on University Challenge, an interview with captain Jamie...

Running since 1962, University Challenge is a British tradition, like Yorkshire Puddings, cricket and Doctor Who. So when St Andrews progressed to the televised...

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.

Scholarly STEPS into St Andrews

Features Editor Kenalyn Ang discusses the STEPS Charity and Programme with Professor Christopher Given-Wilson, and this year's two postgraduate students and STEPS scholarship recipients.

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...

“O say can you see…” Americans in the Bubble

With Americans taking up a significant portion of the student population, The Saint looks into why - and how they feel it affects the Unversity