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Thursday, September 20, 2018

An end to community spirit in Sallies

Ring of Fire. Never have I ever. Beer pong. It’s unlikely any of us have got to this stage in our lives without having...

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...

What next for the Raisin tradition?

This year appears to have been no different for any previous Raisin weekend despite university efforts to stop anti-social behaviour.

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.

Editorial: Issue 172

It’s getting to that stage. The end of  term looms, the end of degrees for some (myself included). You could well have already been keeping...

Solving the funding puzzle

It’s not an easy time to be running a university. With UK institutions falling in world rankings, it was natural that governments, both at Scottish and British level, would have to look for alternative sources of funding in the future. And, as we’ve suspected for some time, that source of funding is us.

Editorial: Mental health – we must speak out

We don’t understand. According to the UK Mental Health Foundation, one in four people will experience problems with their mental health in any given year....

Editorial: The St Andrews accommodation farce

What do condoms, an A4-sized poster and an NHS Fife scheme have to do with the St Andrews accommodation market? Ask the two students...

Editorial 209: preserving education post-Brexit

It is clear that Professor Sally Mapstone has taken office as principal during one of the most tumultuous periods in the history of Scotland’s...

Full house turns to bust for G1

Its monopolisation of the St Andrews market has coincided with an egregious level of exploitation that has cheated thousands out of thousands of pounds.