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Friday, January 18, 2019

InFocus: Penny Uprichard, community council member and campaigner

The Saint speaks to local council stalwart about her campaign to overhaul the local planning system

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.

Green Week launches: The Saint interviews organiser Kirsten Jenkins

1: Could you explain what Green Week is, and its aims? Put simply, Green Week is a student organised and lead week of activities and...

InFocus: Patrick Mallon, principal ambassador

Freddy Pilkington sits down with the head of the Ambassadors to talk stereotypes, widening access and the 600th

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...

New University Chaplain introduces himself

This year sees the Chaplaincy and St Andrews community welcome Rev. Dr Donald MacEwan to its staff. The Saint’s Simeon Burke was able to...

Phil Pass on Freshers’ Week

Fresher’s week has started the year on a high note with nine event-packed days of non-stop events. The Saint caught up with the Director of Events and Services, Phil Pass, to find out how successful the week has been.

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: 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...

“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...