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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Research library named after Louise Richardson

The Richardson Research Library at Martyrs Kirk was formally dedicated in a ceremony attended by Professor Richardson and her husband, Dr Thomas Jevon, in St Andrews the 23 June.

Radioactive waste found on nearby beach

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has called for urgent action after “significant” radioactive particles were found on the beach at Dalgety Bay, Fife. The Scottish...

Principal received R&A membership following Louise Richardson snub

The Royal and Ancient previously did not accept women members.

Jewish charity ball goes ahead despite threats from Palestine activists

A St Andrews AEPI Jewish fraternity and Jewish Society charity ball was forced to change location after Golf Hotel staff received threats from protesters

Bubble TV aims to put St Andrews life on screen

This week The Saint’s Tori Sarant and Kerry Nesbitt talk with Anna-Lisa Stone, creator of the new Bubble TV.

University hires mental health coordinator

This hiring marks the first position in the University’s Student Services department that has a specific role in the handling of mental health issues.

Accommodation bursary numbers slashed

The number of accommodation bursaries being offered to returning students will be reduced from over 90 to 39 for the next academic year, according to figures on the University’s website.

The week in review: Hamish, accommodation and Freshers’ Week

Elliot Davies, Rachael Miller and Henry Legg discuss Freshers' Week in St Andrews

Tenancy deposit scheme launched

The Scottish government has recently launched a new Tenancy Deposit Scheme designed to protect tenants from having their deposits unlawfully withheld following the end...

UCAS reveals applications to Scottish universities are on the rise

Applications for 2013 entry to Scottish universities have increased, according to statistics published earlier this month by the University and College Admissions Service (UCAS). The...