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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Miss M: An in-depth feature on the landmark Scottish case

The Saint details the case of a former St Andrews student making headlines across the UK

Argos to close

Update 5 August 2013: The closure of the Argos store in St Andrews has now been postponed until 28 September 2013. The sole Argos branch...

Monty Python’s Michael Palin to receive honorary degree

Mr Palin joins 11 other prominent figures to be honoured between the 20 and 23 June this year at Younger Hall.

St Andrews to go Car Free

Market Street will be closed off to motor vehicles from 9am to 5pm on Saturday 22 September to encourage cleaner transport. The closure will...

Third year student Dominic Nolan elected to Fife Council

Dominic Nolan, a third year economics and international relations student has been elected as a Scottish Conservative Party member to Fife Council following yesterday’s elections.

Principal confirms tragic death of student Duncan Sim

Sally Mapstone, Principal at the University of St Andrews, has confirmed the death of first-year student Duncan Sim in an email sent to staff...

A “New Dawn” for the Kate Kennedy Tradition

Late last night it was announced that a new organisation, the Kate Kennedy Fellowship, had split from the established Kate Kennedy Club. The new...

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...

Family of former St Andrews student to do pier jump

The mother and sister of former St Andrews student Kate Vasconcellos, who passed away in 2015, will do the famous pier jump and other...

Professor expresses his fears for St Andrews amidst Brexit

In comments made to The Courier, Professor Brad MacKay warned that Scottish universities face “losing their world-class statuses” following Brexit. Professor MacKay, who is a...