Monthly Archives: February 2014
Lincoln City’s on-loan forward Delano Sam-Yorke has been recalled by Cambridge just days after manager Gary Simpson said he was irritated by constant speculation about his future.
Written by Alana Cannon. With spring just around the corner, February is the last chance (we hope!) to wear all our favourite winter items and on campus, there has been some serious winter style around.
Lincoln City manager Gary Simpson believes his side go into their match against Aldershot Town in a positive frame of mind.
Written by Åsmund Løvdal. Last week the Islamic Society launched its Discover Islam Week 2014 with the aim to educate students about the religion.
Having the seasonal vaccination against influenza could reduce the risk of stroke in the same flu season by 24%, researchers have found.
A survey of train passengers published this week revealed that East Midlands Trains, the rail company that operates trains throughout Lincolnshire, has passenger satisfaction rates of just 50 percent.
Written by Jess Watt. For me, the best part of going out in Lincoln has always been the ‘getting ready’ part. For nights out, I think every girl wears a bit more make up and I’m exactly the same.
Written by James Price. England came from behind to beat Ireland 13-10 in a breath-taking game at Twickenham, denying them the chance of the Triple Crown and ending hopes of a Six Nations Grand Slam.
Three candidates are running for the role of SU President in the upcoming Lincoln Students’ Union elections. They will be hoping to take over from Dan Sam, who has filled the role since summer 2013.
Written by Luke Thompson. This year’s upcoming Lincoln Students’ Union elections will see six candidates run for the role of Vice President for Welfare and Community. Each of them hopes to take over the role from its current holder Brian Alcorn. The Linc is giving students a chance to catch up with the candidates’ profiles […]