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Saint Andrews
Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Where do you STAND?

As students, we earn the reputation for being the most politically motivated group within society. However, when it comes down to it, how aware...

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...

Who will you vote for?

The rosettes are being proudly worn, the placards are attached to the lampposts, the leaflets are filling up our mailboxes. Yes, you guessed it,...

On the bravery of women

St Andrews was lucky to recently host ‘feministas en resistancia’ Mercédes Laínez and Evelyn Cueller, who attended the SLAS conference to speak about the...

Kate Kennedy Speaks

The Kate Kennedy Procession marched through town last Saturday; complete with men dressed in drag and ponies on parade. This procession is the crown...

The Division of Sudan

In Southern Sudan, the Sudanese people voted 98.83% in favour of splitting from the North in the January referendum. From the past record of...

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...

The Division of Sudan

  98.83% of the Southern Sudanese voted in favour of splitting from the North in the January referendum. From the past record of violence...

White Knights, Dark Threats – Why peace isn’t always peaceful

Dr Gerard De Groot, a Professor of Modern History at the University of St Andrews and the author of The Bomb: A Life, has...

Whilst in Egypt

"Sorry for the inconvenience, but we’re building Egypt” One day after Hosni Mubarak resigned to the will of the Egyptians, whilst people were cleaning up...