Scotland's papers: University elections and Tobin's suspected stroke
The Scottish Sun leads with serial killer Peter Tobin being taken to hospital after suffering a suspected stroke.
Controversial laws that will change the way Scottish universities are run have been attacked by some of the most powerful officials in the education sector, according to The Herald.
The Daily Record's front page carries allegations that an SNP councillor told a colleague to "get the Pakis out of the party".
Scottish NHS bosses have handed out patients' personal details almost 20 million times in 10 years, says The Scottish Daily Mail's print edition.
The North Sea oil and gas industry has been told it must "adapt to survive" in response to the global price crash and job cuts, according to The Scotsman.
The Press and Journal's Aberdeen edition leads with the ongoing row over council budget deficits.
The Scottish Daily Express says a British man accused of being part of the so-called Islamic State terror group known as "The Beatles" vanished in the Middle East after joining an aid convoy organised by former MP George Galloway.
The Times features a climber who escaped with only cuts and bruises after "riding" on top of an avalanche for nearly 1,000ft on a Highland mountain.