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Monday, November 12, 2018

InFocus: Jules Findlay, Director of Events and Services

After an action packed Freshers’ Week, The Saint’s Jonathan Bucks sits down with Jules Findlay to discuss the Union redevelopment, the NUS and drinks prices.

“The Library today means so much more than books”

Descending to the shrouded depths of the bottom floor of the Main Library, I am met by the man in charge of this bee­hive...

Bubble TV aims to put St Andrews life on screen

This week The Saint’s Tori Sarant and Kerry Nesbitt talk with Anna-Lisa Stone, creator of the new Bubble TV.

St Andrews’ new Rector looks to the future

Alastair Moffat was elected Rector of St Andrews last month. The Saint’s craig lye spoke to Moffat about his reaction to his election, and...

InFocus: Emily Griffiths, AU President

Pim Ungphakorn: What are the best and worst things about being AU President? Emily Griffiths: The best thing is being able to interact with the...

InFocus: Dr Derek Sloan of UKEMT

Last December, more than 40 British medical staff members departed for Bangladesh to tackle an outbreak of diphtheria among the Rohingya refugees. Among the group...

In Focus: St Andrews students set their sights on Mongolia

Adam Born, Tom McMurray, Emily Dick, Dave Doherty, Moritz Drescher, and Natalie-Anne Rueek have all decided to embark upon an intriguing adventure from St...

InFocus: Lewis Wood and Saints LGBT

Lewis Wood is a third year English literature student from Manchester. He is president of Saints LGBT+ and holds several positions within the Students’ Association. The Saint in-terviewed Mr Wood to find out more about his work as the student body’s official LGBT+ representative.

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...

“The whole reasoning behind wind energy doesn’t stack up… it’s driven...

Graham Lang is a man with a purpose. Raised amongst the rolling tranquillity of rural Scotland, and educated as a professional in its industrial...