Monthly Archives: May 2010
A flotilla carrying Free Gaza activists and aid has been attacked by Israeli forces. The Linc spoke to a leading figure of the Free Gaza Movement.
After watching breast cancer tear their family apart, three sisters share their story of living in fear of being diagnosed with the disease.
One half of Scottish band The Proclaimers, Charlie Reid, spoke to The Linc ahead of their upcoming performance in Lincoln on June 17th.
A clock and plaque were unveiled to mark the opening of the Enterprise@Lincoln building at an event attended by university dignitaries.
An opportunity to learn more about the world of work, or a chance to be exploited by businesses? Mike Hodges looks into the benefits of internships.
A murder mystery in the sun as two “Emmerdale” stars feature in a tale of robbery, deceit, and female persuasion at the Lincoln Theatre Royal.
Uncertainty looms over the University of Lincoln as to how it will be affected by cuts to new coalition government’s higher education budget.
As the second ‘Sex and the City’ film hits cinemas later this week, The Linc looks at how it inspires a fresh summer wardrobe.
Dr Sarah Barrow is the University of Lincoln’s new head of media, replacing Professor David Sleight who is now the dean of the MHT faculty.
Fabio Capello’s England laboured to a 3-1 win over Mexico at Wembley on May 24th. An anxious Bradley King listened to the game.