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Hundreds of students take part in giant foam party for 'Raisin Monday'

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Hundreds of students take part in giant foam party for 'Raisin Monday'

Hundreds of students take part in giant foam party for 'Raisin Monday'

Hundreds of students take part in the traditional Raisin Monday foam fight on St Salvator's Lower College Lawn at the University of St Andrews in Fife.

The messy display is the culmination of a weekend of festivities where first years say thank you to their more senior student "parents" for mentoring them.

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