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Saturday, October 20, 2018

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...

Sir Menzies Campbell: I will vote ‘No’ to independence

The chancellor of the University of St Andrews explains why the University will do better under the current system.

P.U.L.L. out, Bop in for Fridays

A student petition quickly prompted a name change of the Union's new Friday club night. But are we becoming too sensitive for our own good?

Reports from Syria: an update

How does the conflict look from the rebels’ point of view? Last Saturday, the Free Syrian Army announced that they had moved their Turkish command...

The White House defends policy on drones

This past week the United States Department of Justice released a sixteen-page memo defending the Obama Administration’s targeting of Al Qaeda operatives through drone...

The exhumation of Arafat

Yasir Arafat, revered former Chairman of the Palestinian Liberalization Organization (PLO) and former President of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA), is somewhat of a...

President Obama Attempts to Settle the Gun Debate with Camp David...

Earlier this month, The White House sought to end questions about President Obama’s experience with guns by releasing a photo of him skeet shooting...

President Rouhani of Iran signals thawing with West

Following eight years of international controversy and domestic turmoil under the reign of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's recent elections may indicate a forthcoming era...

The Ripple Effect

After 18 days of demonstrations calling for his removal, former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has at last retired to Sharm al-Sheikh, leaving power in...

Politics of a Feminist Conference

It may not seem like the most exciting way of spending Reading Week, but sitting in a room with several hundred feminists was an...