Monthly Archives: February 2010
Claims from a local councillor that the University of Lincoln should do more to tackle alcohol and violent crime are being criticised as ‘unfair and ill-informed’.
Despite postponing his previous Engine Shed show, Dizzee Rascal still manages to get the crowd in raptures. Raphael Wilson looks back over the gig.
The World Cup is heading to Lincoln next month and Imps fans are offered the chance to be photographed with the planet’s most iconic sporting trophy.
With Dan Clewley and Scott Pack officially withdrawn from the campaign, Chris Charnley and Lucy Alborough used the first week of elections to get people voting.
Crewe Alexandra snatched a late leveller to deny Lincoln City their first league win in four outings. Melissa Rudd reviews and analyses the match.
Looking stylish on a budget can be tough, but Stacey Cosens shows you what dresses to invest in, and how to style them so you look great everytime.
Students talking to The Linc welcome a proposal to force people to take STI tests, though there are still some that think the measure is a bit drastic.
Vin Ray, director of the BBC’s College of Journalism, spoke to Tom Farmery about reporting safely, freelancing, and storytelling when he visited the University of Lincoln on Thursday.
Healthy living week comes to the University of Lincoln from the 1st to 7th March to encourage both students and staff to discover new healthy lifestyles.
The presidential candidates for this year’s elections are looking into communicating with student media and how cut backs in funding will hurt students.