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The Sassy Coconut is a healthy meals business run by Ella-Daisy Williams, a Third year Arabic and French student at the University. The business was created just over a year ago and has gone from strength to strength since its humble beginnings selling cheesecake. Last week, The Sassy Coconut brought out a range of healthy ready-meals –– stews, curries, chillis,...

Why am I so SAD?

The seasons are something we all experience. They are an unavoidable part of being human. But the way winter affects our overall mood can have a worryingly negative impact upon mental health. We begin the academic year with confidence and optimism. September passes, October greets us, and before we know it, November is here. Suddenly, things change. Donald Trump wins some election, the John Lewis advert just doesn’t quite...
Struggling to think of achievable New Year's resolutions? Here are five ideas to get you started.
From dawn until dusk drinking on Raisin Sunday to a singular pablo in the Union, Emily Lomax offers an insight into the drinking culture of St Andrews.

Does meat deserve the cut?

Considering becoming a vegetarian or vegan? It could be the most healthy and most environmentally-friendly step to take.
A second year's eight tips and tricks to avoid that first year jiggle.
St Andrews graduates Ms Ulman and Mr Moodie return to St Andrews to stage a new film and talk to The Saint about life and careers beyond the Bubble.
Want to make the most of your time at St Andrews? Kait Macdonald has compiled a list of all the things that you need to do before you graduate.

36 hours in St Andrews

Whether entertaining a visitor for the weekend or staying in the Bubble for Independent Learning Week, there are many things that to do to in St Andrews in 36 hours.

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