Monthly Archives: February 2016
Nathan Ingram had the most expensive presidential campaign as a number of candidates spent big to try and become ‘student leaders’.
While turnout for the SU elections were down, more of you completed The Linc’s SU election exit poll this year.
SU election week sees The Linc accused of bias at least once, every year. It’s an odd accusation, because we go out of our way not to endorse anyone or anything. Gregor Smith explains why.
A play written by a University of Lincoln student has been selected to be performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year.
Lincoln City’s season has been full of ups and downs, but as their campaign reaches the business stage, our writers have picked out their stand out player for the Imps so far.
Researchers at the University of Lincoln have launched a new project to unearth Lincolnshire’s forgotten heritage.
If you have wandered onto the Brayford campus at some point this week (or read our beautiful print edition!), you can’t have missed the fact it’s SU election week.
Moyses has now been in charge for more than a year, but how successful has his spell as manager been?
A new web app has been created by the University of Lincoln library to help students find available computers.