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Friday, September 21, 2018

Union upgrade “cheap and nasty”

The proposed redevelopment of St Andrews’ Students’ Association has come under fierce attack from the Architectural Heritage Society, condemning the plans as “brash”. The current...

More information on university costs needed, says consumer rights group

Parents do not receive enough information about the cost of sending children to university, says a leading consumer rights campaigner.

In Focus: Lorraine Callaghan, Member for Age Equality

Lorraine Callaghan is setting up a Life Long Learners Association to ensure mature students feel more included in student life.

Tantillo pulls out of presidential race to support Pat Mathewson in...

The Association chair has ruled himself out of the presidential race to run Pat Mathewson's campaign, much to the surprise of the president himself

Funding for Scottish students falls to lowest level since 2005

Scotland's poorest students fall into record amounts of debt due to decrease in grants and bursaries.

Republicans Overseas lands in St Andrews

Republicans Overseas establishes chapter in St Andrews

RAF Leuchars parade a fitting farewell

Hundreds turn out to see final parade before squadrons relocate after 100 years

General Election 2017 interviews: Tony Miklinski, Conservative Party

The Saint's News editor Tom Williams sat down with Tony Miklinski, the Conservative candidate for North East Fife in the 2017 General Election, to discuss why St Andrews students should vote for him.

St Andrews’ claim to be ‘21st safest’ university in the UK

The University of St Andrews has a claim to being one of the safest universities in the UK, Saint analysis has revealed

University’s Athena SWAN application unsuccessful

In 2013, the University was awarded the Institutional Bronze Award for women in science.