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Saint Andrews
Saturday, January 19, 2019

InFocus: Student representatives of each side of the EU debate

The Saint met with two students making the case to Leave or Remain in the European Union.

InFocus: Vinnie Straub, founder of the “Pop-Down Café”

We interviewed one of the founders of the group that go “dumpster-diving” for food to share, with friends and strangers alike, at their self-made “café” on Hope Street in aid of the environment.

St Andrews students to cycle across Africa

This summer, Stuart Charters and Caroline Damgaard, members of the Challenge 2012: Pedal Africa expedition team, will cycle 4,000km across Southern Africa to raise...

In Focus: Phil Pass on refreshers’ week and the union

The Saint’s Eloise Porter sits down with Phil Pass, Director of Events and Services at the Students’ Association to talk about about Refrshers’ Week...

“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...

InFocus: Amy Jones and Marret Peets, president and vice-president of Anza...

Anza, a Swahili word, meaning “to start” or “to begin”, is a charity aiming to create jobs and support communities in Tanzania’s Kilimanjaro region....

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: Sigrid Jorgensen, Association LGBT Officer

Following the heated debate on social media, The Saint sat down the Association LGBT officer.

“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...

InFocus: Sophia Merrow and Ailie Corbett, the team behind alcohol-free accommodation

“If people are feeling more comfortable in their houses then that benefits everyone.”