Megan reports on the November 29th Climate March where hundreds of students, adults and children gathered to make a stand for our future
Kirsty reports on Universal Credit and explains why students from twenty-nine universities are so concerned about this new scheme.
Megan reports on the squash team’s recent success, and their fight to have their own courts and funding to match their performance level
Lily reports on the Edinburgh Christmas Market and gives suggestions for the best places to get drinks, go on rides, and enjoy holiday treats before exam season arrives
Molly reports on the upcoming UCU strikes and gives insight into why they are happening, what the UCU hope to gain, and how students will be impacted.
Yasmin once again is full of vibrant and varying music recommendations for your Spotify playlists, sure to get you through the last few weeks of the semester
As a fourth year student having spent all four years living in student accommodation, Kirsty tells about her friend’s frustrating and unsatisfactory experiences with private housing in St Andrews
Olivia gives an insight into the new Golf Inn and discusses her experience and the pub’s plans for the future
Megan reports on the expiring permit for the Kenly Wind Farm, a project which could make our University completely self-sustainable, and urges her readers to sign a petition to help extend the permit in light of the climate catastrophe
James McCrum’s reports on ground breaking research being conducted in St. Andrews in the School of Physics and Astronomy.