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Picture this… archive 2013

Christmas present
Christmas in the capital
Outdoor ceilidh
Piano soloist Maebh Martin
Martyrs Kirk Research Library and Special Collections Reading Room
Theodore Weiss
Joanna Fry
Proving an elephant's point
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Highlights of the Academic Celebration
Martyrs Kirk Research Library
600th Anniversary Honorary Graduation
Seamus Heaney
TS Eliot's The Waste Land
University ambassadors Linda Gibson and Pamela Forbes helped Ryder Cup legend Sam Torrance and fellow senior golfers stage a putting masterclass in St Salvator's Quad this week.
Papal Bull cycle relay team
An image of the Andromeda Galaxy (from top left to bottom right across the centre), made using a filter that selects the light of the hydrogen alpha spectral line. Credit: Adam Evans.
Stephen Stewart (Director of Sport), Andrew Van Kralingen, Emily Griffiths (outgoing AU President), Katherine Grainger, Jess Walker (incoming AU President) and Calum Turnbull (outgoing Boat Club President)
Terry Jones
Pamela Forbes, Linda Gibson, Joanna Fry and Kerry Campbell (Ferguson).
Jay Haas and his caddie crossing the Swilcan Bridge, Open Championship in St Andrews 1984.
St Andrews Opera
Class Gift 2013
Ailsa Summers
Sir Menzies Campbell and students on the West Sands
Teaching awards
The Gaudie
Benjamin Britten (photo: Hans Wild, reproduced courtesy of
St Andrews Typhoons Ice Hockey Club
"Here stands the 600th tree planted to mark the 600th Anniversary of the University of St Andrews, founded 1413. Planted by Principal and Vice-Chancellor Professor Louise Richardson on April 12, 2013. "The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost" - JRR Tolkien"
Give student arts a hand
Photo: Ben Caplan
Your student leaders for finale year
Green Week 2013
Students, school pupils, and staff met together in the Quad for a warm-up ahead of Sunday’s record attempt.
St Andrews Shake
An illustration from a recent commission undertaken by St Andrews graduate Gillian Gamble.
A sun pillar in Val d’Isere, France, captured by St Andrews Master, Professor Neville Richardson.
Rory the Lion
Kumbh Mela (© Stephen Reicher)
Will Maclean at St Andrews
Happy new year 2013!