Crime writer Val McDermid was at the University this week for the launch of a new exhibition of Russian detective artwork.
Students presented their solutions to environmental problems faced by the world as part of St Andrews’ Global Challenges competition.
Cabinet Secretary Fiona Hyslop opens a major international conference on the meaning of sovereignty in a global world.
The University has appointed a new Director of Museums to lead on a significant period of transformation for its galleries and collections.
Two St Andrews graduates are bringing Nordic cuisine to Fife to pair Scottish produce with its culinary traditions.
The University has been awarded £1.5m from the Economic and Social Research Council to create and manage a new SafePod Network.
Principal Professor Sally Mapstone has marked the topping out of the new Laidlaw Music Centre.
A cycling expedition by St Andrews students distributes over 500 sight saving Arclight devices to African communities.
An electric bike scheme for staff has been launched at the University of St Andrews to make travelling more environmentally friendly.
The music of literary maverick Edward Lear will be brought to life for the first time in almost 100 years, thanks to a St Andrews academic.