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Cardinal O’Brien to keep his degree despite complaints

Cardinal Keith O'Brien stepped down as head of the Catholic Church in Scotland after admitting sexual misconduct.

St Andrews among universities criticised for “exploitative” use of zero hour...

The University employs 51 staff on zero hour contracts

Second semester housing rush takes place

The beginning of semester two at St Andrews has been accompanied by the usual annual rush to secure a place of accommodation for next...

Third year student Dominic Nolan elected to Fife Council

Dominic Nolan, a third year economics and international relations student has been elected as a Scottish Conservative Party member to Fife Council following yesterday’s elections.

University’s Athena SWAN application unsuccessful

In 2013, the University was awarded the Institutional Bronze Award for women in science.

Former St Andrews student sentenced to three years in prison for...

Alexander Hilton was sentenced at High Court in Edinburgh

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...

RAG Week paints St Andrews purple

In the second week of the semester, pur­ple descended on St Andrews for RAG Week 2013. It was the culmination of a huge group...

St Andrews soars to all-time high in league table

The Complete University Guide ranked St Andrews top in Scotland and third in the UK overall.

Library opens new ‘collaborative space’ to deal with revision crowds

A new 'collaborative space' has opened this week on level one of the Main Library in response to growing demand for study spaces over...