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Friday, November 16, 2018

Opinion: A costly injustice of ball season

The established procedure of last-minute ball ticket sales, relying on a vast informal market, is inefficient, unregulated and implicitly elitist.

2018 Nobel Prize in Economics Awarded to Yale Professor William Nordhaus...

On 8 October, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences named Yale’s professor William D. Nordhaus and NYU School of Business’ professor Paul M. Romer...

Is this a market I see before me?

Have you heard of Kweku Adoboli? You should have. He is a former employee of Swiss investment banking giant UBS, working for 5 years...

How much do St Andrews students spend in a week?

The Saint asked several students, including those in catered and uncatered halls, to track their anticipated versus actual spending over a five-day period.

When it comes to the job hunt, stick to what you...

When it comes to jobs, maybe we need to keep a little closer to what we know.

Mexigo set to open its doors

Mexican restaurants are a growing trend in the UK; in the last few years we’ve seen the establishment of US burrito chain Chipotle in...

Ask Money: what are common internet scams, and how can I...

How do you know which emails are scams and which are legitimate offers? Harry Clough breaks it down.

Students and credit cards: a risky combination?

Are credit cards so innocent? They may hold more risks than students often care to admit.

The opportunities Citi can offer to students

Those considering careers in finance may be pleased to know there are several internship opportunities geared toward current and graduating St Andrews students. Citi,...

What Brexit means for employment prospects abroad

How difficult will it be for UK university graduates to find employment in the EU in the next few years?