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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Principal Mapstone labels closure of out-of-hours GP services a “grave concern”

Principal Sally Mapstone recently addressed health professionals, Stephen Gethins MP, and Willie Rennie MSP in a letter regarding the closure of out-of-hours GP services,...

University receives research grant to explore Antarctic glacier

Researchers at the University of St Andrews have recently received two grants to research the impact of a Antarctic glacier’s collapse on climate change,...

DONT WALK at risk of losing charity status

One of St Andrews’ largest charity fashion shows, DONT WALK, is at risk of losing its charitable status. As of the time of writing (22...

Charity and transparency go hand-in-hand

This issue’s front page features a story concerning the student-run charity fashion show DONT WALK and the potential loss of their charitable status. We ran this story...

InFocus: Paloma Paige, President-elect of the Students’ Association

Recently elected as President of the Students’ Association on Friday 9 March, Paloma Paige sat down with The Saint to reflect on the election,...

Fife Council reconsiders pedestrianisation of Market Street

A recently renewed campaign has brought into consideration the possibility of pedestrianising Market Street in St Andrews. The proposal was previously debated about a decade...

St Andrews ranked second-to-last for widening access

The University of St Andrews has scored second lowest in the United Kingdom for student admissions equality, according to a Higher Education Policy Report. In...

BrewDog announces possible new location in St Andrews

St  Andrews  may be  welcoming  Scottish brewery  Brewdog  later this  year,  as the  company  revealed they  are  planning on  a  large expansion,  opening  six new  bars  in Scotland,  four  in England,  and  seven at  international ...

European Horizons hosts discussion on Brexit

The  European  Horizons society  recently  hosted a  “Boom  or Bust?  Brexit  Scenarios and their  Consequences”  discussion for  students  on Monday  16  April, with  speaker  Dr Brad MacKay,  Vice-Principal  of International  Strategy  and External  Relations ...

New light technique developed at St Andrews for medicine

Researchers at the University  of St  Andrews  have developed  a  method to  test  for illness  by  scanning the  human  body with  light. Staff  from  the School  of  Biology, School  of  Physics and  Astronomy,  School of...