Author Archives: Angeline McCall

VP Welfare and Community resigns from post

VP Welfare and Community, Wade Baverstock, has resigned from his post at the Lincoln Students’ Union.

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Lincolnites march in anti-austerity protest

Nick Parker

60 people from Lincoln are today protesting outside of the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.

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Campaign aims to quiet streets

Shush campaign logo sprayed in pink upon the pavement on Carholme Road (Picture: Gregor Smith)

The Shush campaign has moved onto “phase two”, which includes spraying the campaign’s logo on West End streets.

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Law Lecturer in the United States

The Head of the University of Lincoln’s Law School delivered a lecture in the United States earlier this month. Duncan French’s talk, delivered on October 5, was titled “Good Governance: Environmental Rights as Citizen Rights.” In partnership with the Lincoln Cathedral, the presentation was part of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta celebrations. 

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Re-launched church set upon community action

The once forgotten St. Swithin’s Church has re-launched with hopes for strong community action throughout Lincoln.

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John O’Groats to Land’s End bike stolen

Just days after the police have issued a statement warning of increased theft, Owen Bellwood, second year journalism student, finds himself without the bike that he cycled on from John O’Groats to Land’s End this summer.

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The Branston bug

Grassland in the Lincolnshire village of Branston has come under threat by a grass-eating grub. The cockchafer, also known as the June bug, feeds on the roots of the grass in its larvae stage, causing the turf to become limp.

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Student authors first book

Second-year English student, Ben Newman, has seen his dream manifest into reality. He has recently published his first book Choices.

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