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Monday, October 22, 2018

Should Sabbatical officers be allowed to run for consecutive terms?

YES Rome wasn’t built in a day. Our University, almost as old and prestigious, can only change so much in one nine-month term. Student leaders...

Is Valentine’s Day a corporate, consumerist holiday?

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

Does principal Louise Richardson deserve her £30,000 bonus?

You voted No, here's what our writers had to say.

It’s ball season – but are black tie events at St...

YES The Kate Kennedy Club's balls raise thousands of pounds each. FS is targeting £50,000 this year. Be as cynical and tight-fisted as you want,...

The 5p plastic bag charge: green policy worth the inconvenience?

Yes: With the damaging impact of plastic bags on our environment, it is time to challenge the deeply ingrained habits of our throw-away society.  The...

The Raisin Question: does St Andrews have a drinking problem?

  When our own library deems it necessary to remind students that drinking there is a bad idea, it's time to rethink our relationship with...

Pret A Manger in St Andrews: cause for celebration or a...

The greater good vs. The rights of small businesses

The eternal freshers’ dilemma: to study or to socialise?

I’ve barely studied for two years and don’t regret a thing I am about to embark on my third year at St Andrews. I do...

Should we donate to big name charities?

Tamar Ziff and Jake Jose argue about the ethics and effectiveness of big-name versus grassroots charity initiatives

Britain and the European Union: in or out?

Jamie Macwhirter and Alex Wellesely discuss the benefits and disadvantages of the UK's membership in the European Union, and weigh the consequences of secession