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  1. Waves

    Waves

    Waves is the tale of Elizabeth Moncello and how, growing up on Gabo Island (Australia) in the 1930s, by emulating fish, penguins and dolphins to learn how to...

  2. Spuds

    Spuds

    Tuesday 14 September, 6.30PM

    When David MacGonigle's wife dies, his perfect middle-class life collapses around him. But a freak occurrence, involving mouldy chips and Iron Brew, leads...

  3. Hong Kong & the fight for 21st century democracy

    Hong Kong & the fight for 21st century democracy

    Edinburgh Fringe Festival: Faceless + Reel Talks

    Dr Catherine Jones, Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) and Lecturer in International Relations at St Andrews, will moderate a discussion of...

  4. Chemical and Abella -- Climate & Heritage video premiere

    Chemical and Abella -- Climate & Heritage video premiere

    Join Chemical and Abella for the release of their latest song and video on Climate & Heritage on the Tanzanian Swahili Coast, produced by Mocco Genius. The...

  5. Dive In!

    Dive In!

    Protecting Our Oceans

    Dive In! explores the wonders of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and the actions that you can take to help save it.

  6. Reception following the Service of Thanksgiving for Professor Peter Grinyer
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    Reception following the Service of Thanksgiving for Professor Peter Grinyer

    Following Service of Thanksgiving for Professor Peter Grinyer

    Reception following the Service of Thanksgiving for Professor Peter Grinyer, Emeritus Professor in the School of Management. All welcome. Numbers are limited...

  7. Good Grief

    Good Grief

    A dying man's last wish: for his friends to create a show about death. Will it be subtle? Will it be sophisticated? Probably not, but it's his...

  8. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  9. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  10. Simply Quiet

    Simply Quiet

    Simply Quiet -- in the middle of the week the Chaplaincy offers a time of stillness to pause, gather and reflect. All students and staff welcome -- come...

  11. Look to nature: the power of nature-based solutions to tackle climate change
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    Look to nature: the power of nature-based solutions to tackle climate change

    From trees and peat to saltmarsh and seaweed, in the run-up to COP26, find out more about how we can mitigate climate change through Scotland's precious...

  12. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon, The Morning Stars Sang in Chorus, will be preached by visiting preacher,...

  13. Making Lines

    Making Lines

    These experimental, practical events, scheduled over two weeks, are all about making and thinking about the material and mathematical qualities of lines. Week 1...

  14. Pop-up Opera

    Pop-up Opera

    Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring five of Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits, thanks to Scottish Opera...

  15. Death Café

    Death Café

    Wednesdays 21 July and 25 August 25, 5.00pm FREE but please book in advance at byretheatre.com St Andrews Botanic Garden Simply show your booking confirmation...

  16. Choral Evensong

    Choral Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. Important Information: Those attending in person will no longer be...

  17. Ocean Odyssey

    Ocean Odyssey

    To mark World Oceans Day, Museums, the School of Environment & Earth Sciences and the Laidlaw Music Centre are collaborating on an Ocean Odyssey around St...

  18. Byre Surgeries

    Byre Surgeries

    Tuesday 9 November, 5.00PM

    Drop into the Byre on to meet informally and ask the professionals for one-to-one advice or pick their brains to support you in making your performance or event...

  19. Making Lines

    Making Lines

    These experimental, practical events, scheduled over two weeks, are all about making and thinking about the material and mathematical qualities of lines. Week 1...

  20. Can Do: Mac Love

    Can Do: Mac Love

    Macaroni Love Scotland is returning to the University campus to provide more Mac Love goodness. Macaroni Love Scotland will be behind Agnes Blackadder hall,...

  21. Can Do: Flahute Coffee

    Can Do: Flahute Coffee

    Gourmet coffee and waffle company Flahute is joining us again behind Agnes Blackadder Hall to offer their popular St Andrews Special Loaded Belgian Waffle &...

  22. MECACS Seminar Series

    MECACS Seminar Series

    Foreign Policy Choice and the Cognitive Roots of Democratic Constraint: The Case of Indian Foreign Policy in the Gulf

    In democracies where leaders are elected by universal suffrage, leaders' foreign policy choices should in principle correspond to, or at least be...

  23. Eco-anxiety Café

    Eco-anxiety Café

    Worried about climate change? Join us for our first Eco-anxiety Café of the semester in Society Room D in the Union. These are designed to be a thinking and...

  24. 3 Minute Thesis

    3 Minute Thesis

    A typical PhD thesis is 80,000 words long and would take more than nine hours to read. Three Minute Thesis (3MT) challenges doctoral candidates to present a...

  25. Social Justice Symposium

    Social Justice Symposium

    Global Challenges 'Sustainable Futures' Symposia Series

    The 'Social Justice' symposium is coordinated by the St Andrews Global Challenges Forum. The St Andrews Global Challenges Forum was formed in 2018...

  26. Pakora Explorer

    Pakora Explorer

    Join Pakora Explorer behind Agnes Blackadder Hall on Friday 30 April between 11:30am and 3pm.

  27. Wee Wardlaws: Weather
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    Wee Wardlaws: Weather

    Help your little one explore the world around them through museum objects, stories, songs, crafts and things to do and spot. We'll be finding out about...

  28. Can Do: Screaming Peacock

    Can Do: Screaming Peacock

    Pop by Screaming Peacock behind Agnes Blackadder Hall on Wednesday 19 May between 11.30am and 3pm. Screaming Peacock Menu The Screamer: wild Scottish Venison...

  29. Unicorn Dance Party

    Unicorn Dance Party

    You are invited to find your inner unicorn at these joyous performances for young and family audiences from Sarah Rose Graber and Ruxy Cantir. The Unicorn Dance...

  30. Visualising War Workshop

    Visualising War Workshop

    From Achilles to Afghanistan: historic war stories and modern conflict

    Visualising War is an interdisciplinary research project based at the University of St Andrews. It looks at how war gets represented in art, text, drama, music...

  31. Populism and Regionalism

    Populism and Regionalism

    Centre for Global Law and Governance Roundtable

    How does the global rise of populism impact regional governance? Media pundits and scholars often portray populism as a fundamental challenge to multilateralism...

  32. CREEM seminar

    CREEM seminar

    Dr Eiren Jacobson (University of St Andrews) will speak on "Unlearning racism at CREEM".

  33. From Outcast to Arhat

    From Outcast to Arhat

    The discussion of human dignity in the Buddhist Jātaka

    Weekly seminar of the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP)

  34. Our world, your message

    Our world, your message

    Join Transition St Andrews and Student Environment officer Léa Weimann for a celebration of all things environmental at the St Andrews Botanic Garden ahead of...

  35. Scottish History Seminar

    Scottish History Seminar

    'Understanding Coal Country: The Meaning and Memory of Deindustrialization in Postwar Scotland' - Dr Ewan Gibbs (Glasgow)

    Dr Ewan Gibbs (University of Glasgow) 'Understanding Coal Country: The Meaning and Memory of Deindustrialization in Postwar Scotland'

  36. Medieval History Seminar

    Medieval History Seminar

    "Merovingian Medicine: Dead or Alive?" presented by James Palmer (St. Andrews)

    "Merovingian Medicine: Dead or Alive?" -- Medieval History Seminar presented by James Palmer (St. Andrews)

  37. Met Opera: Boris Godunov

    Met Opera: Boris Godunov

    Bass René Pape, the world's reigning Boris, reprises his tremendous portrayal of the tortured tsar caught between grasping ambition and crippling...

  38. Equality Matters Symposium

    Equality Matters Symposium

    Global Challenges 'Sustainable Futures' Symposia Series

    The 'Equality Matters' symposium is coordinated by the St Andrews Global Challenges Forum. The St Andrews Global Challenges Forum was formed in 2018...

  39. Joint Research Evaluation

    Joint Research Evaluation

    The University of St Andrews and NHS Fife are exploring what could be done to improve processes from initiation to successful completion of research projects...

  40. CREEM seminar

    CREEM seminar

    Dr Timo Adam (University of St Andrews) will be speaking on 'Hierarchical hidden Markov models: applications in ecology and economics'.

  41. Laidlaw Live: Voces8

    Laidlaw Live: Voces8

    The Laidlaw Music Centre will partner with St Andrews Voices and the St Andrews Music Club to host a virtual concert by world-renowned vocal ensemble Voces8...

  42. Laidlaw Live: Intersections

    Laidlaw Live: Intersections

    Music Centre scholarship holders perform new music created by partnerships consisting of composition students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland the PhD...

  43. Medieval History Seminar

    Medieval History Seminar

    "Book chest - study - private library: Where did medieval monastic superiors keep their books?" - presented by Ben Pohl (University of Bristol)

    "Book chest -- study -- private library: Where did medieval monastic superiors keep their books?" -- Medieval History Seminar...

  44. Scottish History Seminar

    Scottish History Seminar

    Postgraduate Presentations

    'Cultural projections of royal authority in Prince Henry Frederick's creation as Prince of Wales in 1610' -- presented by Clemmie De la...

  45. The Making of Rus: Medieval Realm, Late Medieval Literati and Modern Historiography

    The Making of Rus: Medieval Realm, Late Medieval Literati and Modern Historiography

    Medieval History Seminar

    Medieval History Seminar presented by Yulia Mikhailova of New Mexico Tech.

  46. Pluriversality at Play

    Pluriversality at Play

    Art and material culture in the thirteenth-century Mediterranean

    The Mediterranean has always been a 'contact zone', a place of convergence and divergence, of peaceful co-existence, as well as of war and conflict....

  47. Allotment by Jules Horne

    Allotment by Jules Horne

    Allotment follows the complex and quirky relationship between sisters, Dora and Maddy, as they live out the seasons on their allotment, playing out their...

  48. Fizzicals: Mind the Gap

    Fizzicals: Mind the Gap

    Bridge the gap between yourself and others, across language, culture and the great divide of socially distanced space. Mischief La Bas -- three performers...

  49. Byre World: Love Songs Lost

    Byre World: Love Songs Lost

    Join staff from the Department of Spanish and artists from the duo AURIC for a performance based on Spanish classical poetry, translated and adapted to English...

  50. Byre World: Children's Rights

    Byre World: Children's Rights

    The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is the most widely supported international human rights treaty, ratified by every UN member state...

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