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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Student faces dragons

A St Andrews creative writing student is the newest recipient of the Dragon’s Pen Award for new writers.

More students from deprived backgrounds accepted to study at St Andrews

The University of St Andrews has filled all of the 20 extra places that were allocated in a government scheme to ensure that more...

St Andrews geologists to receive grant

A team of scientists, including geologists from the University of St Andrews’ Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, has recently set off across Europe...

Commission recommends new targets to help widen access to higher education...

Among the 34 recommendations that the report establishes, it aims to ensure that 20 per cent of pupils from Scotland’s most deprived areas make up 20 per cent of higher education entrants by the year 2030.

NUS referendum date set

The question of whether St Andrews will join the National Union of Students (NUS) will finally be settled next month with a referendum. The vote, which will take place exactly a month from now, between 14 and 16 November, was decided upon earlier this evening in an ‘emergency’ meeting of the SRC and SSC.

Open provides £140 million boost to Scottish economy

The economic impact assessment, carried out by Sheffield Hallam University’s sport industry research centre, estimated the benefit to Fife alone was about £52 million.

Class representative voting open until Friday

"Make sure that your voice is heard and vote for the person you would like to stand up for your views! Voting closes at 5pm on Friday 23rd September. Results will be announced by your school president that night."

Brexit to deter students from applying to study in Britain, says...

Leaving the European Union could deter EU students from attending British universities and damage the economy, Remain supporters have said.

Monkeys learn to socialise

Research by St Andrews scientists shows that monkeys can learn how to be kind by watching others

RAW 2010

Rape Awareness Week took place from 1 November to 5 November, with the Student’s Association hosting a string of successful events dedicated to raising awareness of the ‘RAW10’ campaign.