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Monday, November 19, 2018

InFocus: Meg Platt, Director of Student Development and Activities

Erin Lyons: We’re half way through the first semester, how is it going so far as DoSDA? Meg Platt: It’s going really well, it’s just...

InFocus: Bernie Munro, accommodation petition writer

The Saint speaks to first year Bernie Munro about why he started the petition about accommodation.

St Andrews students attend London demonstration

This Week The Saint’s Andreea Nemes sits down with Colleen Roberts, SRC member for Sexualities and Gender, and Patrick O’Hare, Leftsoc member, who both attended the 10 November student demonstrations in London to find out about the event.

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: “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: Mairi Oliver, Senior Bookseller at Topping &Co

Enter the world of the bookstore that is much more than just a bookstore with Topping & Company’s senior bookseller, Mairi Oliver.

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: Graham Wynd and David Middleton, St Andrews Preservation Trust

We're not "anti-student", say the Preservation Trust - the landlords are to blame for St Andrews' housing problem

InFocus: Josephine Roos, Co-Founder of the Roos&Shine Network

Many St Andrews students, particularly those studying International Relations, have dreamt about one day working for the United Nations. One former International Relations student,...

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

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