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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

A stuttering start for student engagement

It may be week three but the Union is struggling to shake of a nasty case of freshers flu. Not only did application for...

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...

Editorial: Our Bubble is full to bursting

Yet again, we are forced to return to the age-old issue of problems with University accommodation. Despite the imminent demolition of Fife Park, St...

Is education a consumer product?

In this weeks' Editorial we ask whether the distinction between student and customer is becoming too blurred.

Editorial: Issue 171

The Saint is back in paper form, and is better than ever. Now I’m going to give you some justification for that there statement. One,...

Editorial: Issue 166

We welcome you back to the print edition of The Saint after a three week break. The break with our fortnightly tradition is a...

Letter to the Editor: a society is not an events committee

Geraint Morgan is treasurer of the Celtic Society. The opinions expressed in this letter are his own, and not representative of the views of...

If something sounds too good to be true, it usually is…

Voting is now open for the 2019 Students’ Association elections. For this issue we have devoted a double-page spread to the candidates and analyses...

Editorial: Our community is helping students…

We must be doing something right. The figures reported today show that St Andrews has fewer students dropping out in their first year than...

Editorial: Issue 230

The decision to maintain a 0 per cent increase on the number of HMOs in this town for the next three years is a significant disappointment, second only to how councillors have characterised the report into “locked rooms” led by the Students’ Association.