Author Archives: Jack Dobson-Smith
Lincoln joins the 9k club, but is university worth paying that much? Jack Dobson-Smith argues that although university is a choice, Lincoln made the wrong one.
The University of Lincoln may pay out a whopping £1.1million for a new on-campus bridge to be built, despite making “vital” cut backs earlier this year.
An assortment of Lincolnians, from students, to workers, parents and pensioners, are uniting against the severe budget cuts declared by the government on Wednesday, October 20th.
Nominations for the SU by-elections commenced on Monday, October 18th. Societies, Events and the three satellite campuses are all looking to get new officers.
Many students at the University of Lincoln have come out against the Browne report, labelling it ridiculous, dangerous and unfair — and warn Lincoln’s MP not to betray them.
A flashing fresher at the University of Lincoln was found guilty of a public order offence at the Lincoln Magistrates court on Thursday October 14th.
Two incidents occurred at the Engine Shed during a DJ set from London band, The Noisettes, an assault and also a “drug related offence”.
Professor Mary Stuart has hit out at the possibility of increased tuition fees following Lord Browne’s higher education spending review.
The Lincoln Drill Hall has gone independent after six years of caretaking by City of Lincoln Council. The move should allow the venue to “thrive”.
Jack Dobson, The Linc‘s news editor, spent a month in Kenya living with the famous Maasai tribe. Here’s his account of life in the third-world.