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Saturday, February 16, 2019

A look back at the US Supreme Court’s landmark decisions this...

June 2013 has been a busy month for the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). Between 13 and 26 June, SCOTUS released rulings...

Hillary’s next act

Few people achieve as illustrious introductions to Twitter as did Hillary Clinton on 10 July 2013, when she tweeted for the first time. First there...

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...

NSA surveillance creates a trust deficit between the United States and...

America’s National Security Agency (NSA) has failed the number one rule of spying: don’t get caught. Following revelations that the agency has been collecting...

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...

1956 All Over Again?

For over a year now, the media has been filled with images of violence and brutal suppression which have emerged from Syria. The West...

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...

Divided GOP threatens economic crisis over Obamacare

Republicans in Congress are divided over two strategies to dismantle Obamacare. Senator Ted Cruz hopes to defund it by provoking a government shutdown, whereas...

The fate of the new Kenyan president, the legitimacy of the...

The election of any new president is a time of change for a nation, and Kenya is no different. Uhuru Kenyatta, 51, stood tall...

Iran and the Space Monkey

Late last month, Iran announced that their space program successfully sent a monkey into space. Riding the rocket called “Pishgam,” the monkey was sent...