Monthly Archives: April 2015

Candidate interview: Nick Smith (UKIP)

Nick Smith, the United Kingdom Independence Party’s (UKIP) prospective parliamentary candidate for Lincoln chats with The Linc about hydrogen technology and how the EU is like the Soviet Union.

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Restaurant Review: Prezzos

Andrew Shaw tells us what is so great about Italian restaurant Prezzo.

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Interview: Lock Up Laura on their second album

local Lincoln band Lock Up Laura

Lincoln rockers Lock up Laura will release their second album next week. The Linc caught up with Liam Giles (bass) and Aaron Hall (lead guitar) for en exclusive interview about the band’s latest endeavour.

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SU President Brian halts NUS Conference

Brian Alcorn walking away from lectern

Current University of Lincoln Students’ Union President, Brian Alcorn, is running for an National Union of Students (NUS) Trustee position at this week’s NUS Conference.

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More NUS elections: a veer to the left?

A voter at NUS Conference 2015

Three NUS Vice Presidents have been elected for 2015/16: Sorana Vieru as VP Higher Education, Shakira Martin as VP Further Education, and Shelly Asquith as VP Welfare.

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Megan Dunn elected NUS President

Megan Dunn (Photo: National Union of Students)

Current Vice President for Higher Education, Megan Dunn, has been elected the National Union of Students’ 2015/16 President at the NUS’ national conference in Liverpool.

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NUS National Conference 2015: what is it?

NUS 2015 conference papers

The NUS is currently holding its annual conference, as it does every spring, but what does that mean to the average student? Gregor Smith reports from the conference in Liverpool.

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Register to vote, just a few hours left!

The deadline to register your name on the electoral rolls expires at midnight. If you are not registered, you can`t vote on May 7.

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Lincoln defeated in final home game of the season

Lincoln signed off their final home game of the season with a 2-1 defeat to Eastleigh at Sincil Bank.

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Has the “Green Surge” missed Lincoln?

Lee Thomas, Lincoln Green Party

Despite a £75,000 fundraiser, there’s no Green parliamentary candidate for Lincoln. In a swing seat city with two growing universities, The Linc asks: has the #GreenSurge missed Lincoln?

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