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Editorial Board 2017-2018

Joint Editor-in-chief

Andrew Sinclair editor@thesaint-online.com 

Andrew is a third-year Modern History and International Relations student. Now in his fifth semester on the editorial board, he is hoping to guide the Saint from strength to strength. Hailing from South London, Andrew also currently writes for the American website Voices of Wrestling and the British publication Fighting Spirit Magazine. When he’s not focusing on the newspaper, you can guarantee he’ll be watching sport. From rugby to boxing and from football to darts, if it’s on, Andrew will be watching!

Joint Editor-in-Chief

Olivia Gavoyanniseditor@thesaint-online.com

Olivia is a third-year English Literature student from Brighton. She joined The Saint’s Editorial Team as Features editor at the beginning of her second year at St Andrews, and has been battling with (Camilla) the ancient computer in The Saint’s officer ever since. Olivia is excited to take on the joint position of Editor-in-Chief this year and is determined not to let her nemesis (Camilla) stand in the way of her vision for the paper.

 

Deputy Editor – Content

Tom Williams

Tom is a third-year International Relations student from Brighton. Having spent two years working for The Saint’s news section (the best section) – most recently as news editor, he now assists in content creation and general support across all sections of the paper. Tom survives on a purely caffeine-based diet. He doesn’t know what he would like to do after graduation, envies those who do, and wishes everyone would stop asking him.

Web editor – Vacant

Business manager – Vacant

saint.businessteam@gmail.com 

News editor

Annie Smith – news@thesaint-online.com   

Annie is a first-year English, Spanish, and Italian student from Memphis, Tennessee. As news editor, she works to report on the stories that concern the St Andrews community accurately and without bias. When she’s not reporting for The Saint, you can find Annie crossing countries off her travel bucket list, planning events for Agnes Blackadder Hall, and taking long walks on the beach, or to ALDI.

Viewpoint editor

Max Wallerviewpoint@thesaint-online.com

Max is a second year studying philosophy and theology and was previously deputy viewpoint editor. When not pondering the meaning of life, he does debating and photography. He is also deputy editor of the Philosophy Society journal, Aporia.

Money editor

Rebecca Fengmoney@thesaint-online.com

Rebecca is a first year postgrad studying postcolonial and world literatures. She joinedthe editorial board after serving as deputy money editor for a semester. Outside The Saint, she is either reading about “the other” or travelling alone to encounter “the other”. She also does part-time reporting for Forbes.

Features editor

Kenalyn Ang – features@thesaint-online.com

Kenalyn Ang is a third-year International Relations and Comparative Literature student. She previously served as deputy features editor and, apartfrom working with and writing for The Saint, occasionally contributes to other student publications in St Andrews. She enjoys dancing, cooking, talking, petting dogs and some good comic relief. Stay updated with the Feature Teams on Twitter @SaintFeatures.

 

Events editor

George Wilderevents@thesaint-online.com

George is a second-year student studying English and International Relations. He joined The Saint shortly after starting at St Andrews as deputy editor of events before being elected to run the events section last year. When not indulging an already spiralling coffee addiction and trying to get published, George can be bumped into almost anywhere, be it doing standup in the union, or trying to avoid concussion during boxing training.

Arts and culture editor

Laszlo is a third year studying Film Studies and Comparative Literature in a joint degree. Born in Budapest and raised in rural Hungary, he grew up stacking his shelves with books and DVDs. As an avid film lover, he gladly grabs the camera to experiment with recording and editing. He joined The Saint when he saw an opportunity to help break down the binary between high culture and pop culture in writing. Besides his journalistic interests, he hopes to make feature films on a professional scale one day.

Sport editor

Seoras Lyall sport@thesaint-online.com

Seoras is a second-year history student who also studies International Relations. He hails from the small town of Laurencekirk in Aberdeenshire, where there is rarely any news at all. Previously at The Saint he worked as deputy sports editor, trying to give a voice to as many small sports clubs as possible, something he continues to focus on in his editorial role. In his spare time, Seoras enjoys playing cricket and football, along with hiking and golf.

Photography chief

Sammi Ciardi – photography@thesaint-online.com

Sammi is a 2nd Year International Relations student who also studies Arabic and Art History. Her main passions are photography and journalism, which led to her interest in being the photography editor for The Saint. Besides photography, she loves to exercise and adventure. Sammi hopes that one day she will be a photojournalist for Time or National Geographic.

Video editor – Vacant

video@thesaint-online.com

Illustration chief

Gabby Wolf – illustration@thesaint-online.com

Gabrielle is an undergraduate student reading for a degree in Geography. She enjoys almost everything.

Senior copy editors

Amy Elliott – ase4@st-andrews.ac.uk

Amy Elliott is a third year student of French and English Literature who hails from Yorkshire. In the very little spare time she has (all that copy editing!) she enjoys eating ALDI’s 55p chocolate chunk cookies, making potato salad, meeting up with friends for Taste lattes and chocolate twists (sense a theme?), and FaceTiming her dog.

James Fox – jaf23@st-andrews.ac.uk

James is a third-year modern history student from the village of Gullane, not far from Edinburgh. He previously served as deputy money editor and enjoys writing the occasional piece for Sport. Outside The Saint he co-presents a music show on STAR and spends the rest of his time playing the guitar, shaking cocktails, and trying not to burn whatever he’s cooking.