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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Report reveals University may break consumer law

The Office of Fair Trading has said that the practice of preventing students from graduating or progressing in their degree because of outstanding non-tuition...

University gender pay gap revealed

80 per cent of University staff earning below £14,500 are female

Teddy Woodhouse “confident” for return of reading week in next academic...

The University of St Andrews appears to be moving a step closer to reinstating a reading week in the first semester, following discussions between...

Second day of industrial action for University staff

Second day of action sees smaller turnout as unions protest “foolish” low wages

Concerns raised as University announces Fife Park demolition

Fife Park houses to be demolished this summer and replaced with flats

Deputy first minister tells St Andrews “Scotland has got what it...

Speech is the first in a series on the topic of Scottish independence to be held by the University

The week in review: Hamish, accommodation and Freshers’ Week

Elliot Davies, Rachael Miller and Henry Legg discuss Freshers' Week in St Andrews

SSC votes to support senior officer despite Saint revelations

Student Services Council passes motion supporting Courtney Lewis after she allegedly used her position to influence Union decisions for “purely personal” reasons

University fears accommodation deficit next year

Returning students offered release from contracts to free up space

Students’ Association councils will not ban Blurred Lines

The councils of the Students’ Association have decided not to introduce a ban on the controversial song 'Blurred Lines'