A pageant involving various local groups will retell the landmark’s story on its 700th anniversary.
A comprehensive record of six centuries of a Fife town’s history is set to be catalogued for the first time.
Award-winning children’s author Michael Morpurgo held a special event with hundreds of school children to mark the WWI centenary.
Reply from Professor Van Rompuy, recipient of the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws
How refusal to University kick-started access to Higher Education for women.
*Pic caption - "St Salvator's College Chapel from the Southeast" - 1845 - Credit University of St Andrews Library/Hay Fleming Trustees - Album 66-3*
Two leading ancient historians will deliver lectures at the University of St Andrews this week (Wednesday 29th January, 2003), as part of a series of public events organised by the Tayside Classical Association.
The Museum Collections of the University of St Andrews have been awarded Registered Museum status.
A series of lectures offering an insight into teaching and research at the University of St Andrews are on offer to former students next weekend (23 to 25 June 2000).
Paul Ricoeur, hailed as one of the most distinguished and influential minds of the last Century, is to give a public lecture at the University of St Andrews.