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  1. 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,...

  2. Online upcycling Workshop

    Online upcycling Workshop

    Free

    Giving something a new lease of life means that we're less likely to throw it away and contribute to the problems our environment faces. This workshop...

  3. 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 --...

  4. Choral Evensong

    Choral Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only. Important Information:...

  5. Posh

    Posh

    An elite Oxford dining group, the Riot Club, meet in a rural gastropub with the principal aim of getting totally smashed. But what started as a night of revelry...

  6. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by Dr Sarah Whittle, Wellbeing Adviser & Coach...

  7. 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,...

  8. Choral Evensong

    Choral Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only. Important Information:...

  9. Simply Quiet

    Simply Quiet

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

  10. Posh

    Posh

    An elite Oxford dining group, the Riot Club, meet in a rural gastropub with the principal aim of getting totally smashed. But what started as a night of revelry...

  11. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Remembrance Sunday

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by visiting preacher, Church of Scotland Minister, Revd Ewen...

  12. Chemistry-Physics Colloquia: Prof. Tyrel McQueen

    Chemistry-Physics Colloquia: Prof. Tyrel McQueen

    The Dawn of the Chemistry of Quantum Materials: Discovery, Synthesis, and Potential Applications

    Materials by design is the rational prediction and creation of functional materials with defined properties. Its goal is to meet current and future societal...

  13. I-Power Seminar

    I-Power Seminar

    Seminar presented by Gaya Herrington - systems thinker and Director (Sustainability Services) at KPMG in Washington D.C.

    Gaya Herrington is a systems thinker and Director (Sustainability Services) at KPMG in Washington D.C.. With an academic background (from the Liberal College of...

  14. The Love of Jude

    The Love of Jude

    The Love of Jude --- Despite the recent death of Jude, his family have decided they will still celebrate his birthday. Unfortunately, Jude's...

  15. Eco-anxiety Café

    Eco-anxiety Café

    The Eco-anxiety Cafés are designed to be a thinking and feeling space where you can freely talk about your worries about climate change. Students, staff and...

  16. Medieval History Seminar

    Medieval History Seminar

    Presented by Giles Gasper (Durham) - "Nature as a Constant: the Articulation of Science in Robert Grosseteste"

    Medieval History Seminar -- presented by Giles Gasper (Durham) -- "Nature as a Constant: the Articulation of Science in Robert...

  17. Redistributive Capital Taxation Revisited

    Redistributive Capital Taxation Revisited

    Hakki Yazici (University of Bristol) -- This paper shows that capital-skill complementarity provides a quantitatively significant rationale to tax capital...

  18. Power to the people
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    Power to the people

    St Andrews' journey to net-zero and the future of energy

    Have you heard about the University of St Andrews' ambitious goal to be net zero by 2035? Join us to discover how we plan to achieve this essential...

  19. And Then There Were None

    And Then There Were None

    Agatha Christie's classic murder mystery arrives at The StAge on the 8th and 9th of November. Ten guests arrive at Soldier Island, curiously awaiting the...

  20. Relaxed Drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed Drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  21. Planting for the Planet

    Planting for the Planet

    An event from the Interfaith Steering Group for Scottish Interfaith Week discovering the meaning of gardens in different faiths and spiritualities, and a chance...

  22. Byre World: Retelling Medieval Tales

    Byre World: Retelling Medieval Tales

    Join Victoria Turner and 'Retelling Medieval Tales ' project collaborators to discuss diversity and the Middle Ages in children's publishing.

  23. Environmental protest art

    Environmental protest art

    Explore how to use art to campaign for greater protection for our ocean and the world around us. Booking is essential. Book via Art Tickets at the link below.

  24. The Pit and the Kit

    The Pit and the Kit

    Addiction, Heroin, and the End of Coalmining in Scotland

  25. Relaxed Drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed Drawing @ Wardlaw

    Free

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  26. Debate: Occupation Never Brings Liberation:

    Debate: Occupation Never Brings Liberation:

    US intervention in Afghanistan is the cause of Afghanistan's woes

    As part of our activities for Spotlight week on Afghanistan, the Rector's Committee is collaborating with FAS and St Andrews the Economist to organise a...

  27. Byre Film Club: Supernova

    Byre Film Club: Supernova

    Tusker and Sam, together for 20 years, decide to embark on a road trip through the Lake District, visiting family and old haunts on the way to Sam's...

  28. And Then There Were None

    And Then There Were None

    Agatha Christie's classic murder mystery arrives at The StAge on the 8th and 9th of November. Ten guests arrive at Soldier Island, curiously awaiting the...

  29. Inbhich agus Sunnd  |  Adults and Wellbeing

    Inbhich agus Sunnd | Adults and Wellbeing

    Join us this evening at 7pm for the second in our series of webinars. Tickets are available via the eventbrite link below. Chì sinn ann sibh!

  30. St Salvator's Chapel: In Remembrance

    St Salvator's Chapel: In Remembrance

    Maurive Duruflé: Requiem

    St Salvator's Chapel Choir mark Remembrance weekend with a performance of Maurice Duruflé's harmonically luxuriant Requiem of 1947. Distanced and...

  31. Lectura Dantis Andreapolitana

    Lectura Dantis Andreapolitana

    Join the School of Modern Languages to celebrate the conclusion of its long-standing lectura dantis and take part in the global celebrations of this 'anno...

  32. Commemoration of St Leonard

    Commemoration of St Leonard

    This service gives a chance for the postgraduate community of St Leonard's College to gather, hear music sung by St Leonard's Chapel Choir and reflect on...

  33. English Research Seminar -- Poetry Reading

    English Research Seminar -- Poetry Reading

    Lila Matsumoto

    Poetry Reading, Wednesday 17th November, 7pm: Lila Matsumoto Lila Matsumoto is a writer who works with music and art. Her poetry publications include the...

  34. Medieval History Seminar: Lalibela and its history

    Medieval History Seminar: Lalibela and its history

    'The site of Lalibela and its history from a local to a transnational perspective (10th-16th centuries)' will be presented by Marie-Laure Derat of...

  35. English Research Seminar

    English Research Seminar

    Professor Sharon Achinstein (Johns Hopkins University)

    "Captivity and Slavery in Milton and Grotius" Though they were both formative seventeenth-century thinkers on liberty and rights, neither Milton nor...

  36. Early Modern and Reformation Seminar

    Early Modern and Reformation Seminar

    '"Be a sinner and sin boldly." Albrecht Dürer: Guilt, faith and the epidemic of his time' - presented by Birgit Münch (Bonn)

    Early Modern and Reformation Seminar '"Be a sinner and sin boldly." Albrecht Dürer: Guilt, faith and the epidemic of his time' --...

  37. Middle East & Iranian Seminar

    Middle East & Iranian Seminar

    Marie Favereau (Université Paris Nanterre) Shaping the northern frontier of the Muslim World: The Horde

  38. Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Prof Pamela Barmash (St Louis), "Jerusalem as a Focal Point of Religious Devotion"

    Postgraduate research seminar. For further information please contact Kate Dove on kad20@st-andrews.ac.uk or Liz O'Keefe on ero4@st-andrews.ac.uk.

  39. The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    Are you shivering with antici...pation for the Just So Society's Rocky Horror Picture Show? Well don't dream it, be it! Get ready for a night of...

  40. Amerindian Views on Global Warming

    Amerindian Views on Global Warming

    Three Amerindian women leaders speak in the run up to COP26

    In this panel, three indigenous Amerindian women -- Glicéria Tupinambř, Francineia Fontes Baniwa and Olinda Silvano Shipibo-Konibo, who are leaders,...

  41. SEES Seminar: Prof. John Higgins (Princeton University)

    SEES Seminar: Prof. John Higgins (Princeton University)

    Title: The history of the global carbon cycle as recorded by the chemical composition of shallow-water marine carbonate sediments

    Summary: Shallow-water carbonate sediments are one of the most important geologic sinks of CO2 emitted from Earth's interior and a widely used archive of...

  42. Shape/Shift --- Concrete Poetry in Action

    Shape/Shift --- Concrete Poetry in Action

    How can a poem demonstrate or empower positive change? Join writer and interdisciplinary artist Rebecca Sharp in creating poems as activating objects. You will...

  43. The St Andrews Reformation Day Lecture

    The St Andrews Reformation Day Lecture

    Professor Lyndal Roper: 'The Devil himself' meets 'Dr. Liar': Martin Luther and Thomas Müntzer.

    The annual Reformation Day Lecture organised by the St Andrews Reformation Studies Institute. Professor Lyndal Roper will present, 'The Devil...

  44. School of Management research workshop

    School of Management research workshop

    Publishing from large projects

    The School of Management welcomes Honorary Professor Kathy Lund Dean, who will lead this virtual research workshop for all staff and students in the School. The...

  45. The Gifford Lectures 2021-2022: Lecture 5

    The Gifford Lectures 2021-2022: Lecture 5

    The Disappearance of Ethics

    If the Join Online button does not work, click here. The Gifford Lectures (2021-2022) will be delivered by Oliver O'Donovan, Professor Emeritus of...

  46. Departmental Seminar -- Dr Julienne Obadia

    Departmental Seminar -- Dr Julienne Obadia

    Title: Paying in Processing Time - The Contract Complex, Polyamory, and the Relational Production of Unrelationality in American Late Liberalism

    Dr Julienne Obadia University of Cambridge Title: Paying in Processing Time -- The Contract Complex, Polyamory, and the Relational Production of...

  47. The Art Society x Wardlaw Museum --- Clay Workshop
    Limited access

    The Art Society x Wardlaw Museum --- Clay Workshop

    Join us for another collaborative workshop of the semester between Art Soc and the Museums of the University of St Andrews. We'll be getting to grips with...

  48. Centre for French History and Culture -- Salon Talk

    Centre for French History and Culture -- Salon Talk

    'Mapping the French Relationship with the Anglo-Saxons in the Twentieth Century' - presented by Andy Williams (International Relations)

    Centre for French History and Culture -- Salon Talk 'Mapping the French Relationship with the Anglo-Saxons in the Twentieth Century' --...

  49. Brown bag seminar for School of Management staff

    Brown bag seminar for School of Management staff

    Investigating philanthrocapitalism in the UK

    In this seminar, Steph Haywood, researcher with the Centre for the Study of Philanthropy and Public Good, will be presenting a talk titled, 'Habitus,...

  50. Fringe of Gold opening concert: Ross and McQueen

    Fringe of Gold opening concert: Ross and McQueen

    The Wallace Collection and St Andrews New Music Ensemble Bede Williams (trumpet), James Ross (piano) The world premiere of a new trumpet concerto by...

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