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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

In the Margins

The other day, while in the middle of a marathon stint in our beloved main library, I excused myself from my academic pursuits for a visit to the lady’s room.

Warhol and Picasso masterpieces face auction

Late- autumn means one thing for the art world: the New York auctions at Sotheby’s and Christie’s. This year’s highlights include the auctioning of...

Race2 story contest winner

For the second year in a row, The Saint has held a Race2 story contest for participants and volunteers. This year's winner is Elsa Klein....

The Great Beyond

Every June, we see doe-eyed graduates bounce through the town, their academic gowns flowing behind them as they take their first steps into life...

Let it Burn: an Ode to the Bonfire

Deputy Features Editor Angus Neale explores the origins of Guy Fawkes Night, the traditions associated with it and how it is practiced in modern societies

The fallibility of the eyewitness

Eyewitness testimony has held a powerful place in courts for centuries and even now has an impressive hold over juries and judges, over and...

Georgia: Billionaires and rose-tinted spectacles

Civil turmoil was mounting in Georgia recently in their latest presidential election, in which the leader of the United National Movement Party, Mikheil Saakashvili,...

French forces enter Mali

On 30 January French and Malian forces entered Kidal, a town in Mali 200 kilometres south of the Algerian border, liberating the last large...

St Andrews Fairtrade contribution

University purchase of fairly traded rice sends children to school in Malawi Written by Sarah Duley, Sustainability Officer, Estates and University Fairtrade Steering Group Chair The...

Booze, business and brotherhood

The Lowenstein brothers have only been at St Andrews for one semester, yet their “First Kiss” video has already caused quite a stir. Both...