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Does violence lead away from freedom?

Researchers find peaceful campaigning yields results for independence

14 July 2015Government

University of St Andrews student set to shine at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

An inspirational true story of Northern Ireland's first gay-friendly rugby team.

8 August 2011Student experience

Capitol chance for St Andrews student

A third year undergraduate at the University of St Andrews has gained a place on the prestigious Washington-Ireland Programme as part of the Class of 2006.

22 May 2006Student experience

Pulitzer poet to perform

An Honorary Professor of English at the University of St Andrews described as 'the most significant English-language poet born since the Second World War', will perform a special reading at the University this week.

17 April 2005University news

Economist appointed chair of research institute

CAPTION: Professor John Beath CREDIT: University of St Andrews

31 October 2003Research

Survey of cancer genes uncovers Viking roots

The Scots and Northern Irish are genetically distinct from elsewhere in the UK, with a different legacy of inherited cancers than in England and Wales, according to the largest ever survey of its kind.

15 April 2003Research

Crowds to flock to senator George Mitchell lecture

Hundreds of people look set to attend a public lecture given by the man behind the historic Good Friday Peace Agreement.

11 April 2000Public interest stories

Senator George Mitchell to give public lecture

The man behind the historic Good Friday Peace Agreement is to give a public lecture at the University of St Andrews.

26 March 2000Public interest stories