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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

In Pursuit of Peace

Last year, I worked in Israel with one of the country’s leading left-wing pressure groups; Peace Now. I spent August working between their offices...

Niall McCann: Explorer. Adventurer. Biologist.

Caitlin Hamilton interviews Niall McCann: biologist, explorer, TV presenter and conservationist extraordinaire.

Where are they now?

Olly Lennard looks at the private lives and career paths of some of your most cherished childhood icons. This week: Scooby & Shaggy.

Top Teachers of 2016

  There are many things that make the St Andrews experience a fulfilling one- the age-old traditions, the cosmopolitan community and the beautiful surroundings to...

Head over wheels

As officially the clumsiest person in the world, I have been doomed to live a life of no team sports. Do believe me when...

Small-town hero: one student rethinks homelessness, raising £500 along the way

    In the last few years, homelessness has become more prevalent on the streets of St Andrews. Students may have noticed one woman in particular...

Christmas with The Saint – The Sweded Edition

I could tell you all about my Christmas celebrations, but since I don’t really know most of the people reading this, I feel it...

London Games

I have to confess – I am not into sports. Apart from an occasional trip to Ma Bells to watch football with friends, I...

90 years of Kate Kennedy: this weekend’s procession celebrates a rich...

  Although officially founded in 1926, the Kate Kennedy Club traces its origins to a time when our university was no more than a fledgling...

Strokes of Incognito: Mexican female painters, past and present

In a 1966 lecture titled “Women and Creativity”, Simone de Beauvoir addressed the issue of gender inequality in the art world. She held that...