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Monday, June 24, 2019

AU Committee modified as Vice President role removed

Sarah Thompson, the recently re-elected AU President for 2015-2016, emphasizes that the changes have come about as a result of the changing nature of sporting activity in St Andrews.

Flair, flares and fanaticism: the Ataturk experience

Club matches at Turkey's national stadium – the Ataturk – are always a strange affair. The $140m centrepiece of Istanbul's bid for the 2008...

The year of the vine

The image of Big Ben striking 12 accompanied by dazzling fireworks has long pervaded into the auspices of memory; the Christmas trees are long...

From the Old Firm to Varsity: Why we need sporting rivalries?

In light of the Scotland versus England encounter last week the question is asked what is the use of a sporting rivalry?

To the byline

In light of the disbanding of the Men's Golf Club committee, Sport editor Andrew Williams asks if the punishment fits the crime

A long way to equality

Sports editor Andrew Williams sits down with the Women’s Golf Club to discuss their new-found success and the problems regarding gender discrimination in golf.

Varsity success for resilient Saints

The annual Scottish Varsity Match returned to The Richmond Athletic Ground on Saturday 27 September with two of the oldest university rugby clubs, St...

“I lead by example”: Meet the AU president

Sarah Thompson talks to the Saint about the redevelopment of the AU, her plans for the year and the necessity of playing sport

McIlroy is golf’s new king and he is here to stay

After another major victory Rory McIlroy now possesses an aura that could see him rule the world of golf for years to come

Will Glasgow flourish?

Andrew McQuillan asks whether Glasgow will successfully host the 2014 Commonwealth Games.