24.9 C
Saint Andrews
Tuesday, July 23, 2019

An interview with Harvard professor Michael Sandel

World renowned Harvard professor Michael Sandel sits down for an interview with The Saint, St Andrews Citizen and The Stand during his visit to the University to give the prestigious Carnegie Lecture endowed by the Carnegie Corporation of New York

The Saint interviews #ITooAmStAndrews founder Sium Ghebru about the project

You may have heard about a new campaign underway here in St Andrews. Following similar (and very popular) campaigns at Harvard, Oxford, and Cambridge,...

The student body politic

Photo: Lorelei Pfeffer   Local MP Stephen Gethins sits down with Features editor Emma Freer to discuss his agenda and why students should care about it. Since...

Death of a Bake Sale: a reflection on the rise of...

Will Abell explores the reasoning behind the extreme challenges that have become the norm in raising money for charity.

Spotlight on Inklight: fostering student talent in St Andrews

The archetypal writer is a mysterious creature. Are they brooding outsiders? Unassuming wallflowers silently storing up material? Or else do we envisage the Hemingway-esque...

The curious incident of the Tinchy in the night time

The diary of a frustrated Features interviewer. Friday 5pm: Interview with Tinchy Stryder confirmed. Exciting news, as this is going to be my first ever...

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...

Examining Fairtrade

Food sub-editor Isabelle Wheeler sits down with the chair of the Fairtrade Committee to discuss what Fairtrade is, why it is important, and how it affects our everyday lives

St Andrews cancer awareness day: “We just wanted to do something”

This week has seen pub quizzes, raffles and ribbon sales in aid of a new organisation supporting families of cancer victims. The organisers talk to The Saint about their plans and what motivated them to get involved

This month with Women in Work

Deputy Features Editor Julia Bennett discusses this month's game plan with Women in Work.