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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Mobilise the youths: an alumna checks in

"Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is...

Out in St Andrews

The hate mail recently sent to the University’s LGBT society, described as “shocking” and “impossible to not take personally ”, has given rise to...

Republican or Democrat: does it matter for US foreign policy?

First there was the US Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida where Clint Eastwood’s now infamous stint of speaking to an empty chair with...

Conquering the world

In 1982, around 3 per cent of the University’s student body was international. The number now sits closer to 30 per cent. Editor Jonathan Bucks reports on how St Andrews became a melting pot and leading international recruiter

A Bitter Pill to Swallow

Features editor Emma Freer and deputy features editor Lara Guneri uncover student reactions to the NHS' new policy: charging international students for access to...

Spain remains a sharply divided country despite government efforts for improvement

As I write, the unprecedented appearance of the Spanish Infanta, Princess Cristina, in court in Palma, has taken place and the Spanish royal family finds itself once again...

Cameron’s latest speech divides Europe

The European Union (EU) has become a topic of lively debate following Prime Minister, David Cameron’s speech (23/01/2013) about holding a referendum in the...

Bosnia in Crisis

The protest that began last Wednesday as a result of a factory closing in Tulza, Bosnia has set off a chain of anti-government protests...

Inside the principal’s office

From 1413 until 1747, the University of St Andrews was comprised of three colleges – St Salvator’s, St Leonard’s and St Mary’s - each...

Elections 2011: Who will you vote for?

The Scottish elections may be upon us, but for the past few weeks, campaigning seems to have barely made a dent amongst the St...