Author Archives: Rob Wells
Satirist Chris Morris’s debut film ‘Four Lions’ follows four would-be suicide bombers. But while it nails the humour, it struggles to integrate the serious issues.
Rob Wells, The Linc‘s former news editor, critiques the Students’ Union as an institution and asks that all important question – why should anyone care about the SU?
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union election results are in, and there weren’t any real surprises, with the results conforming to The Linc‘s predictions.
Rob Wells is not impressed with Chris Charnley’s manifesto pledges this year and explains why he shouldn’t get the student vote once more.
The University of Lincoln’s Christian Union has been running events all week, trying to encourage other students to ask questions and talk about their faith.
Journalists and spinners debated the influence of public relations on the news on February 22nd at the University of Lincoln, arguing over whether PR is killing “real journalism”.
Officers at the Students’ Union still do not understand the concept of accountability, and The Agenda is certainly not helping them to “tick that box”.
A 22-year-old man was attacked on West Parade on Saturday, December 19th at 1am, and Lincolnshire Police need anyone with information to come forward.
Professor David Chiddick, the former vice-chancellor, and Professor Val Braybrooks, dean of the agriculture faculty, will be recognised on the New Year’s honours list.
The last Student Council of this semester was held on Thursday, December 10th. The next meeting will be held on January 21st, 2010.