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Friday, November 15, 2019

NUS President accused of anti-semitism by MPs in House of Commons...

Malia Bouattia, who was elected NUS president in April this year, has been repeatedly accused of anti-Semitism by the Jewish student community for her remarks.

The Saint at Freshers’ Week: The Bop

Camilla Henfrey dons her gladrags and heads to the last bop of Freshers' Week...

Hope for Byre Theatre re-opening

Rumours abound of the potential return of the Byre Theatre to St Andrews. One-off events such as the sold-out Fife Jazz Festival last week have shown a promising start to efforts towards a full...

Students Bring Food Saving Initiative to St Andrews

St Andrews students have recently begun a food saving and sharing initiative in town, whereby groups will distribute free food outside of the Main...

Hundreds march for climate action

The protesters marched through North Street and Market Street before congregating on West Sands Beach, where hundreds of town residents, activists and children had already assembled.

Students lobby for equal access for forced migrants at St Andrews

Refugee Action St Andrews (RASA), a student-led society affiliated with the Students’ Association, have successfully passed a motion with the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) lobbying the University of St Andrews to provide more opportunities for equal access to education for forced migrants.

The week in review: Hamish, accommodation and Freshers’ Week

Elliot Davies, Rachael Miller and Henry Legg discuss Freshers' Week in St Andrews

Missing student Eliza Allison found safe and well

Police Scotland have confirmed that missing student Eliza Allison of the University of St Andrews has been found. The statement from Fife Police Division reads,...

Two students set off on an eight-month cycling expedition from Cairo...

St Andrews student Alex McMaster and graduate Merlin Hetherington have set off on a cycling expedition across Africa to introduce a revolutionary diagnostic tool to help in the fight against preventable blindness and deafness

On mental health: a failure to care

In its mental health and wellbeing policy, the University acknowledges that, “mental health is as important as physical health” and “accepts that, on average,...