Wednesday, June 28, 2017
On 21 September, St Andrews was lucky enough to play host to former NASA astronaut and all-around inspiring guy Duane Carey. Here to speak to both the department of physics and the wider University, Mr Carey was yet another star to add to the list of notable people who have spoken at St Andrews so far this semester. Mr Carey’s...
An interview with founder and 2015 graduate Patrick Hansen
The management society’s third annual Women in Business Forum is scheduled for Tuesday. Learn why this event is important for everyone.

Big shoes to fill

The process is underway to find our new principal 
Amidst tales of employee walkouts and refused pay, The Saint looks at a happier instance of student employment 
The Class Gift committee is ready for a great year

Live from St Andrews

English lecturer Dr Peter Mackay is named BBC 'broadcaster of the future'
Maybe you’ve never really noticed the St Andrews Harbour Cafe before. You’ve probably walked past it a few times on your way to East Sands. It’s located just before the small wooden bridge where the lock gates are: it’s the small, somewhat temporary-looking 15 by 10 foot MDF square that is almost no colour at all, the one with...
Higher education has its own Bermuda triangle, and it needs to be investigated. Professor Frances Andrews from the School of History says: “That horrible triangle that goes from more women at undergraduate to fewer at postgraduate to still fewer at staff – while it’s the opposite for men – is something that needs to be unpicked.”
On 9 April, the University of St Andrews hosted the Honourable Matthew Barzun, United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom. His lecture was titled ‘America’s Role in the World: Hands On or Hands Off?’ and it addressed the value of American intervention. As an American diplomat, he obviously favors a more hands on approach when it comes to foreign policy....