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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Why is it SO hard being posh?

Archie Batra humorously shares the moment he realised and accepted that he was "posh".

Is Valentine’s Day a corporate, consumerist holiday?

Or is it a time to celebrate love, be it love of yourself or another?

Exams in Humanities should be scrapped

Perhaps the start of the semester isn’t the best time to talk about its end, but here we go. Students studying humanities, from anthropology...

The Kate Kennedy Club – villains or philanthropists?

Roger Bryant dissects a charity

Response: Association President reaffirms stance on gown dispute

Paloma Paige, Students’ Association President, has responded to The Saint’s Issue 222 editorial which characterised her stance on the price of the official University gown as "insensitive".

Fife Councillor Brian Thomson defends new HMO motion

The recent decision taken by Fife Council’s North East Fife Area Committee to recommend the introduction of an HMO overprovision policy for St Andrews,...

How the internet killed the conversation

Kathryn Nielsen ponders whether the Information Age has induced the death of human conversation

The curious case of the St Andrews student

The idea of an ‘average’ St Andrews student is a strange concept. For a university with such a global intake (the prospectus seems to...

Opinion: the HMO ban is a poor policy and a worrying...

‘Town and gown relations’ are a tricky thing. In St Andrews the red gown, famously, was instituted in order to visibly differentiate between students...

MIND: Undiagnosed Mental Illness – Do We Need Labels?

Kaitlin Shaw articulates why labels may be implemented in mental health, and what effect this has on those using and seeking them.