There are plenty of opportunities to be involved in media at the University of St Andrews, whether you would rather be in front of the microphone or behind the scenes.
STAR (or St Andrews Radio) broadcasts all hours online. With dozens of presenters and shows on each night, the station has had listeners as far away as Argentina and the Cape Verde Islands and acts as a training vehicle for future media stars.
The University is also home to a fortnightly newspaper, The Saint. The paper is run independently from the Students' Association, has won many national awards and is considered to be one of the best student publications in the UK.
There are also a variety of other student publications for students interested in journalism, photography or any related discipline.
Bubble TV is the University of St Andrews online TV station. The members of Bubble TV can often be found around the town, filming events, sporting achievements or sharing new developments. New students are encouraged to join the team – either in front of the camera or in a behind-the-scenes role.
The Students' Association also oversees the Design Team – a group of students whom any student can hire to help with the design for any project. The Design Team also run workshops and training sessions for students who want to learn more about design and photography.
For students interested in putting on events, the Ents Crew are the team behind almost all events at the Students' Association. From setting up the weekly Bop to rigging lights for theatre performances, the Ents Crew power the Union.
To find out more about the societies and subcommittees of the Students' Association, take a look at the Students' Association section.