Author Archives: Carly Norton

Students get ready to “find their feet” in job market

With high unemployment rates, how do prospective graduates feel about their chances in the world of work? Carly Norton finds out at the Find Your Feet event.

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Two motions passed at SU’s annual general meeting

The University of Lincoln’s Annual General Meeting took place on Monday, November 14th in the Engine Shed. The AGM saw both the proposed motions passed and a guest lecture from Professor Mary Stuart.

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Purple Flag award – how safe is Lincoln?

Lincoln is applying to be recognised as a safe place on a night out, but how do students feel about night time policing and personal safety in the city?

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Problems with Lighthouse? Sorry, “no proven complaints”

Students are often quick to complain about the standard of accomodation in the city, but with so many complaints, who is responsible for poor quality places still being recommended?

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VP Academic Affairs: One, two, three, four, five candidates

The role of Academic Affairs officer is hotly contested this year, with five candidates in the running for the position. It will also be important due to the higher education cuts and the upcoming rise in tuition fees.

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Glasshouse raise money with a red nose ride

Staff at The Glasshouse raised money for Red Nose Day by cycling the distance of Lincoln to London.

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Out of order: Why there’s delays before working doors

The new Business and Law building will have improved disabled access from this summer as part of the long list of door related issues at the university.

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More rooms being built to ease student housing problems

Although there’s few places left in many halls of residence, steps are being made to improve this as Brayford Quay begins work on new apartments.

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Wikileaks, Starsuckers and MoD in journalism talk series

The Journalists Speak Out on Journalism series of talks continues this semester with Bridget Kendall returning to the university.

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Lincoln students taking to streets again against education cuts

Lincoln students are taking to the streets again on Wednesday, December 8th, to continue expressing their disgust at the coalition’s plans for higher education.

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