Two of the best-preserved examples of rare pipe organs in Scotland will be brought to life by talented international performers this month.
A St Andrews student who was persecuted for her religion and overcame the challenges of seeking asylum in the UK has graduated.
Arias will accompany ground-breaking green energy production when Byre Opera performs at the Biomass Plant at Eden Campus.
Anti-trafficking experts gathered in Edinburgh for the launch of the Consortium for Anti-Trafficking Research in Scotland (CATRiS).
An online resource celebrating acclaimed Fife writer Joe Corrie is launched by the University thanks to an enthusiastic young Frenchman.
People from across the rainbow are invited to join Fife’s PRIDE event, to celebrate love, diversity and identity on Saturday 20 April.
Professor Steve Reicher has just returned from Turkey where he was observing the political trials of academics.
Principal Professor Sally Mapstone will host a reception to mark the 40th anniversary of the formation of the St Andrews Chorus.
Where next for the “veritable hotbed of feminism”?
St Andrews commemorates students who were killed serving with The Royal Scots to mark the centenary of the First World War.
Professor Steve Reicher