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Saint Andrews
Sunday, February 17, 2019

Free food? Yes please. But Transition is much more than just...

The Saint does some digging to learn what Transition St Andrews has been growing in the garden...

InFocus: Joanna Rodgers, senior visitor services facilitator of MUSA

The Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) is a fascinating, though sometimes whacky, conglomerate of artefacts relating to the University past and...

InFocus: Rebecca Weir, manager of Storehouse food bank

Laura Abernethy meets the face of the charity looking after St Andrews' most in need

InFocus: Neil Todd, St Andrews Community Sergeant

From Hercule Poirot to Luther, Colombo and Sherlock Holmes; fighting crime is often portrayed with a kind of unapproachable mystique. Community Sergeant Neil Todd...

InFocus: Maxwell Baldi, Association Chair

Sporting his usual spiffing bow tie and a preppy blazer, Maxwell Baldi is not hard to spot as he walks into the Union bar...

InFocus: “Race2 is a travelling experience which you can genuinely never...

Though the outside world might take hitchhiking across Europe for charity as a sign of insanity, in St Andrews it seems perfectly rational. And...

InFocus: Rachel Coleman, Class Gift convenor

For most people the words ‘Class Gift’ mean – if anything – planting a tree in the quad or donating a nice telescope. Maybe...

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

“I realised that there was a whale swimming in the fjord...

Laura Abernethy speaks to Theo Weiss, who spent his summer trekking across Greenland

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...