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Sunday, June 16, 2019

InFocus: Camilla Duke, Rector’s Assessor

Camilla Duke is a second year international relations and modern history student from Bethesda, Maryland, just outside of Washington D.C.

InFocus: Graham Wynd and David Middleton, St Andrews Preservation Trust

We're not "anti-student", say the Preservation Trust - the landlords are to blame for St Andrews' housing problem

InFocus: Amanda Litherland, Director of Representation

Last year Amanda Litherland promised she would “let her experience improve your experience.” She tells The Saint’s Pim Ungphakorn how she plans to achieve...

InFocus: Yannick Veilleux-Lepage, PhD candidate

Earlier this month, The Tab published a short piece by a first year PhD student purporting to describe “what it’s actually like to do...

In Focus: Iain Wooley, founder of the 48 hour toilet lock...

“It’s something anyone could do – it just takes a slightly madder type of person but there are plenty of those around” -Lottie Garton talks to former student Iain Wooley about his crazy but admirably charitable idea

“I love that everyone in the town plays golf, from your...

Joseph Cassidy speaks to Oliver Horovitz, author of best-selling book An American Caddy in St Andrews

InFocus: Craig Stephen, Heather Mackintosh, Fiona Cooper and Ben Peddie, Sports...

The Saint talks sport outreach with four passionate student athletes in this weeks InFocus.

InFocus: Sir Menzies Campbell, chancellor of the University of St Andrews

Olympic sprinter, MP, leader of the Liberal Democrats and chancellor of the University of St Andrews: as Sir Menzies Campbell prepares to retire from his position in the House of Commons, Freddy Pilkington speaks to him about his long and varied career

InFocus: Emma Laverick, director of Nightline

Nightline. We’ve all seen the name somewhere - on the back of your matric card, on your hall noticeboard or perhaps on one of...

InFocus: Ben Lawrie, mental health campaigner and Wellbeing committee representative

"We tend to wait until people break down and then we try and pick up the pieces.”