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Saturday, April 20, 2019

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.

In Focus: Iain Wooley, founder of the 48 hour toilet lock...

“It’s something anyone could do – it just takes a slightly madder type of person but there are plenty of those around” -Lottie Garton talks to former student Iain Wooley about his crazy but admirably charitable idea

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

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

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

FS partners with charity organization Trekstock

This Week The Saint’s Matt Steele  sits down with Jamie O’Brien, the press coordinator for FashionShow2011 who talks about the show’s relationship with the...

InFocus: St Andrews rower rescued from Atlantic

St Andrews student Tom Sauer was rescued from the Atlantic in January after his boat capsized. Sauer was participating in a rowing race when...

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.”

InFocus: Caitlin Leach, Mental Wealth founder, receives award for excellence

Caitlin Leach, the founder of Mental Wealth, was recently awarded the Helping Hands Award for Excellence in Supporting Students. The Saint’s DEVINI PABARI caught...

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: Patrick Mallon, principal ambassador

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