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Thursday, April 18, 2019

The Girl Effect hits St Andrews

The Girl Effect has made itself a new home in St Andrews. A global charity organization, The Girl Effect aims to harness the potential...

Interpreting Monaco: Tales from a summer job

Deputy print editor Mina Omar sat down with Lewis Fairfax to talk about his job experience, meeting Desmond Tutu, and workplace inspiration

Meet Katherine Skeels, Nightline’s publicity officer

The Saint: How did you get involved with Nightline? Katherine Skeels: I got involved in my first year. During Freshers Fayre, I came up on...

10 Questions with Dr Robin Bunce

Features editor Emma Freer sits down with Cambridge professor, political historian and invited lecturer for Black History Month, Dr Robin Bunce. Dr Bunce will be...

A Soldier in St Andrews

Features deputy editor Lara Margaret Guneri sits down with former US soldier Jeff Fiorito to discuss his military career. On Tuesday 9 October in the...

Meet the man behind St Andrews’ Black History Month

October is a month of great things: Canadian Thanksgiving, Raisin, and pumpkins, just to name a few. It is also the month during which...

Going the distance: surviving long-distance relationships

Imagine a movie date night: two people watching a movie together, eating popcorn, laughing at the same things, commenting on the film. Seems pretty...

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...

“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

Former principal Brian Lang: Scottish independence would mean a “slow decline”...

Dr Brian Lang, a former principal of the University of St Andrews, explains why he believes St Andrews would suffer in the event of a Yes vote