Eve Arnold (Hon DLitt, 1997) and Marilyn Monroe
Friendship between worlds
"We have things to say, and we believe we can say them best together."
Living a good life with dementia
New methods of communicating with and entertaining people living with dementia have been developed through psychological research at St Andrews.
The 600th Anniversary Campaign
A celebration of how the University of St Andrews reached its £100 million fundraising target and what this has achieved.
Balance for better
The theme for this year's International Women's Day - which calls for collective action and shared responsibility for driving a gender-balanced world - is #BalanceforBetter.
The science of friendship
"No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main" – John Donne
A line in the sand
On Friday 20 September 2019 students and staff stood side-by-side with school children, activists and local residents to join international climate strikes.
A 20th-century bromance
It's 100 years since JM Barrie was elected Rector of the University of St Andrews. His Rectoral address was testament to an inspiring, and tragic, friendship with Captain Scott of the Antarctic.
The art of friendship
Emerson considered friendship in terms of “truth and tenderness”, Aristotle described friendship as the generous act of holding a mirror up to each other, Montaigne as a “holy name”, and Thoreau as “a grand stake for which the game of life may be played”.