Monthly Archives: November 2009

Guest lecturers debate human rights reporting and television ratings

Mike Jempson, a journalism professor, and Dorothy Byrne, head of news and current affairs at Channel 4, discussed whether an obsession with audience size had displaced human rights reporting on television.

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F.A. Cup preview : Imps’ boss wary of cup upset

Lincoln City manager Chris Sutton has warned his side that they must prepare properly to avoid a F.A Cup shock as they travel to non-league Northwich Victoria in the F.A. Cup second round tie.

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New VC Professor Mary Stuart wants Lincoln ‘globally recognised’

The University of Lincoln’s new vice-chancellor has been in the job for a few weeks now, and The Linc sat down with her to hear about her vision for the future of the university.

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National recognition for The Linc at Guardian Student Media Awards

The Linc‘s website was recognised as one of the top five student newspaper websites in the country at the Guardian Student Media Awards on Wednesday, although the site did not win the top prize.

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Imps sign Herd as McClean deal falls through

Lincoln City manager Chris Sutton is poised to announce a new signing today ahead of the FA Cup second-round tie against Northwich Victoria on Saturday.

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Film review: The Twilight Saga: New Moon

For those who haven’t rushed into the cinema yet, Joel Murray reviews New Moon, the second installment for the Twilight Saga, based on the novels by Stephanie Meyer.

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From the editors: Evidence and scepticism

The Linc‘s News Editor says why journalists can’t be impartial, and how important looking at the facts is, in response to a reader’s comment on a health story.

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Students prefer free online television, says university discussion

Students say they prefer on-demand to ordinary TV, and that the BBC’s programming isn’t worth the licence fee, in a discussion held by students at the University of Lincoln.

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Dio Gig Cancelled

Fans eager to catch a glimpse of American metal band Dio will be left disappointed, after the band’s world tour has been cancelled due to illness.

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New society will Deviate students into enterprise

The launch of Deviate, a new society aimed to get students into enterprise and business whilst they are at university, drew a crowd at its launch at Varsity on Thursday, November 18th.

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