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Saturday, November 17, 2018

This extreme bigotry should be condemned by all

The University has described the comments by members of the St Andrews Conservative and Unionist Association, revealed by The Saint today, as “puerile and...

Editorial: We’re concerned about drugs. Isn’t the Students’ Association?

Earlier today Chloe Hill, the president of the Students' Association, sent an email to the student body about the drugs survey The Saint is...

Charity and transparency go hand-in-hand

This issue’s front page features a story concerning the student-run charity fashion show DONT WALK and the potential loss of their charitable status. We ran this story...

First Minister’s EU and independence comments provoke debate among students

The First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, voiced her concerns on the EU/ UK debate on 22 February, saying that there was a “real...

Support your lecturers, not the strikes

Many of the articles in this issue of The Saint focus on the proposed strike action of the University College Union (UCU) over potential...

Go out and vote!

Voting is now open for the 2018 Students’ Association elections. For this issue we’ve devoted our entire news section to covering the elections, analysing...

Editorial 214: Put up or shut up – voting is open

Ever been unhappy about some aspect of life in St Andrews? Ever been disgruntled with the University for seemingly not paying attention to your...

The Rectorial Elections: A joint statement by The Saint & The...

A joint statement from The Saint and The Sinner regarding the recent Rectorial Election result

There is only one story in St Andrews

First year Chemistry undergraduate Duncan Sim was reported missing on Thursday 15 March, and since then there has been only one story on the minds of St Andrews...

Getting the library off the ground

Back in early 2009, The Saint attended a class reps forum, where details of a proposed Library redevelopment – in the making for many years – were finally put out for consultation among a group. The artist impression of a shiny glass structure was impressive. But so was the price tag: £46 million.