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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Mammacita in St Andrews announces closure

Mammacita, St Andrews’ popular location for Mexican food, is closing its doors later this month. The hotspot for tapas, fajitas, and frozen margaritas announced...

CombiniCo. prepares for £1 million national expansion

St Andrews’ popular student lunch destination, CombiniCo., is preparing for a £1 million national expansion following a reportedly “significant” seed investment deal. CombiniCo. opened...

SA President hits out at “shameful” Fife Councillors over HMO motion

Association President Lewis Wood took to Twitter to advocate his frustration as he felt student interests were not being respected

Controversy emerges in Taxi and Lift Sharing Facebook Group

The St Andrews Taxi and Lift Sharing Facebook page, created by students of St Andrews, has recently seen members divided after recent changes by...

Police Scotland find no criminality in St Andrews assault

Police Scotland have concluded their investigation of an assault that took place Thursday 8 November in St Andrews, finding no criminality. A Police Scotland spokesperson...

Russia and Cyber-Warfare: MI6 Chief speaks in St Andrews

Alexander Younger, Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), delivered a speech earlier today in the Buchanan Lecture Theatre. Mr Younger has been Chief...

Powell and Whitehorn residents express frustrations, concerns with new contracts

Student Accommodation Services recently announced on Friday 22 June that, due to construction delays to Powell Hall and Whitehorn Hall, those residents would be...

Jamie Rodney elected President of the Students’ Association

Moments ago, Jamie Rodney was elected Students’ Association President, defeating after all other candidates had been eliminated by the Single Transferable Voting system (STV). Jamie...

University balls, events accused of ticket inflation

A second-year student has set up a petition as part of the growing anger about inflating ticket prices for The Mermaids Christmas Ball. Organised on...

New halls not ready for opening, residents moved in regardless

Multiple students in the two newly-opened student halls of residence, Powell Hall and Whitehorn Hall, have issued complaints to porters and Residential Business Services...