Monthly Archives: September 2011
Read the latest edition of The Linc in full here. Available now across campus at the University of Lincoln.
Lincoln Ladies end to an impressive maiden season in the WSL is in stark contrast to Lincoln City’s start to life in non-league football. Oli Gibbons asks why the women have fared better than the men.
A second temporary student village is being set up on campus – meaning “just under 200 students” will be living in the various bunkabin cabins across Delph Gardens and Festival Gardens.
Dick and Dom visited Lincoln to entertain thousands of freshers coming to the city. Emma Greatorex caught up with them before they hit the stage.
The first residents of the University of Lincoln’s temporary student village, the Festival Gardens, have moved in – but whilst some freshers are taking it in good spirits, others aren’t happy with their “box with a bed in it”.
Apollo 18 has landed in cinemas but is it worth the wait? David Wriglesworth went along to find out.
88 students will be able to stay in the temporary student village on Sunday, with a total of 100 of the dual-occupancy cabins expected to be on site by next week – but the university is not apologising for the situation.
Work has begun installing temporary accommodation portacabins for students currently without permanent rooms, and we speak to a few of the students worried about where they will be living.
With a shortage of rooms in the city, some students may start university in ‘short stay accommodation’ as they wait to hear where they will live for the year only 6 days before term.
Over 3,000 people graduated from the university last week, including Honorary Graduates Colin Dexter OBE and Roger Mosey, who provided some words of encouragement for their fellow graduates.