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Thursday, September 20, 2018

The Northern Lights in St Andrews

How to catch a glimpse of the aurora borealis from St Andrews, and the science behind the magic and mystery of northern night skies.

Always a few doors down: Life as a warden

Our university wardens: the people who make things happen in halls, help students in need, provide advice and keep us all on the right track. Graeme Acres speaks to them about what the job entails, its difficulties, and its rewarding aspects.

Interview: Jamie Ross, candidate for Association President

The Association President, along with the Director of Representation, is responsible for representing student interests to the University and external organisations, including the government....

Foreign policy inexperience

There are many similarities between President Obama’s qualifications as Commander-in-Chief and Mr Romney’s recent term as governor.  Both faced underperforming economies when they took...

St Andrews’ nightlife: not a totally lost cause?

Let’s face it: the nightlife is not the reason any of us decided to come to St Andrews. We may have a great collection...

36 hours in Hull

Kingston-upon-Hull, or Hull, or ‘ull, as it is widely known by its inhabitants, is a small city on the coast of northeast England. Once one of the most...

Interview: Fionnuala Glover, candidate for Director of Events and Services

The Director of Events and Services is responsible for managing student input regarding bar and entertainment services at the Union, and is involved in...

How will the elections run fairly?

The Elections Committee have put in place a number of rules to ensure the elections are run fairly. Campaigning There are strict rules regarding campaign teams....

Drew: Deadlines

A Day in the Life of Freddie Fforde, Association President

After treating me to a serenade by The Other Guys, Freddie Fforde made me a home-cooked meal on Valentine’s Day. However, I have not...