Becky Lancashire went to go see Zing Unplugged at the LPAC’s Zing Cafe.
As we come to the end of Get Safe Online Week, and with the announcement of Justice Secretary Chris Grayling’s tougher measures for cyber-bullies and online hackers (of up to two years in prison), The Linc has some handy tips to keep you safe online.
The official Facebook profiles of three Students’ Union sabbatical officers disappeared over the weekend as a Facebook policy change came into effect.
Joel, Jacob and Oli talk Pokemon, Hatred, Disney Infinity 2.0 and more!
Caitlin Lyth helps to relieve some of the symptoms of homesickness.
School representatives from the School of English and Journalism are happy that they will both receive a vote, now pending approval from Students’ Union Trustees, on Student Council.
Gregor Smith talks to political comedian Mark Thomas, who brings his latest show Cuckooed to the Drill Hall on Thursday evening.
Today marks the second week of the new BUCS season and LincSport will be keeping you up to date with all the action as and when it happens.
Joel Loynds asked developers of the new game, Hatred, some questions.
Rosanna Elliott reviews Lincoln’s short film festival.
A late goal from substitute Alan Power earned Lincoln a point against Wrexham in the Vanarama Conference.