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Sunday, July 21, 2019

InFocus: Sigrid Jorgensen, Association LGBT Officer

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

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: Freddie Fforde, Association President

Pim Ungphakorn: In a recent poll conducted by The Saint, fewer than half of students surveyed could identify you and only a quarter could...

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...

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...

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...

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...

InFocus: Alexandre Ciric, the Students’ Association’s Accommodation Officer

Following the recent How to Rent talk, The Saint sat down to chat with the Accommodation Officer

InFocus: Miriam Chappel, wellbeing officer, and Hannah Risser, SHAG Week convenor

If you are more comfortable with sex, you’re going to make better decisions and you’re going to be more comfortable asking questions

A fresh look at the London riots

St Andrews lecturer Professor Steve Reicher has co-authored a new book, Mad Mobs and Englishmen, with an intriguing take on this summer’s riots. The...