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St Andrews Alumni Return to Fife

Twenty years since they met as students at St Andrews, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to their alma mater on Wednesday 26 May to hear from current students about how they have coped and supported each other…

St Andrews Renaissance Group/Singers 65th Anniversary

Dear former members of St Andrews Ren Group, now known as St Andrews Renaissance Singers or STARS, I am writing in my capacity as co-chair of the STARS Committee to let you know a little bit about our upcoming online…

Dr Tim Brooke-Taylor, Hon LLD 1983

Alumni will be sad to hear of the recent death of Tim Brooke-Taylor – former Rector, honorary graduate and comedy legend. Tim served as University Rector from 1979 to 1982, arriving by helicopter for his Rectorial…

Featured: Speaking Truth to Power

This week St Andrews’ alumna Dr Fiona Hill, a former National Security Council Senior Director for Europe and Russia, joined fellow alumnus David Holmes, an aide to the top US diplomat in Ukraine, to testify before the…

Arnold Palmer Invitational 2019 – Recap

On Monday 9 September we hosted the annual Arnold Palmer Invitational golf event at the beautiful Castle Course, St Andrews. 36 players took to the course in teams of two, batting for the coveted trophy in better ball…

Saathi wins 2019 St Andrews Prize for the Environment

A project which produces eco-friendly, 100% biodegradable and compostable sanitary pads in the state of Gujarat, India, has won the 2019 St Andrews Prize for the Environment. The sanitary product is composed of…

Chancellor’s Circle – Autumn 2018

The Chancellor’s Circle was founded in November 2011 to recognise and thank those generous alumni and friends who have chosen to remember the University of St Andrews in their will during their lifetime.

Swarovski Foundation award

The Scottish Oceans Institute (SOI) at the University of St Andrews has been given a Swarovski Foundation award to support a detailed study of the behaviour and habitat of the Araguaian Boto dolphin in the Tocantins…