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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Arab Spring debated and analysed at SAFAS weekend conference

One year after the former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned, the St Andrews Foreign Affairs Society (SAFAS) organised a stimulating weekend of discussion and...

Class representative elections extended

A lack of interest in class reps has meant that elections had to be extended

May the ball begin

After weeks of persistent rain, the skies cleared for the annual Kate Kennedy Charity May Ball as Kinkell Byre played host to some 1,500...

Local MP slams Brexit “sh*t-show”

Stephen Gethins tells The Saint he is “worried” for the University of St Andrews

Elections sabbatical debate: Live blog

Hello and welcome to The Saint's live blog of the sabbatical debates in Venue 1 this evening. This will be the candidates' final chance to...

Coalition for a Conflict-Free St Andrews launches video petition

The Coalition for a Conflict-Free St Andrews has released a video petition in response to a perceived lack of action taken by the European...

Union redevelopment: delayed but still on track to be completed by...

Despite delays, the Union redevelopment project is currently on target to meet its deadline in autumn 2015

Conservative councillor apologises for student ‘social cleansing’ comment

Conservative Councillor Linda Holt has apologised for asserting that the impact of students upon St Andrews were akin to "social cleansing".

Controversy over higher education funding proposals

"Ministers should not be directing the funding of academic work.”

“Crazy idea” sees quad dressed in human coat of arms

After poor weather conditions called for the photograph to be rescheduled in the first instance, Wednesday, 7 November saw the Human Coat of Arms...