Monthly Archives: January 2010
Scottish band The Proclaimers announced they will be performing at Lincoln’s Engine Shed in June, as part of their latest national tour.
Lincoln City face yet another re-arranged fixture after their League Two clash against Dagenham and Redbridge was postponed on Saturday due to a frozen pitch at Sincil Bank.
A new study shows that less than one third of students get a worthwhile experience during a voluntary work placement, while the rest are usually turned into tea servers.
Starvation, brutality, murder, and desperation. A one man’s tale of survival in one of mankind’s worst atrocities, the holocaust, brought Lincoln audiences together.
Three speakers looked at the Israeli attacks on Gaza, one year on after the events unfolded, in a talk organised by the Islamic Society.
UPDATE: The Grammys proved to be a spectacular night this year. Here are the winners of our predicted categories.
The University of Lincoln said it has the money needed to finish the new Business and Law Faculty building, and that this is not the reason behind the delays.
EXCLUSIVE — The university shop’s move to the Atrium is delayed until February 2010, The Linc has learnt, and SU President Chris Charnley is unhappy with the university’s handling of the affair.
The Imps look to regain their impressive form with victory over Dagenham & Redbridge at Sincil Bank tomorrow.
After news of delays, the SU’s president says it’s not his call when and whether the Uni Shop comes, despite taking credit for the initial relocation and publicising a January 2010 opening.