Author Archives: Staff Reporter
Written by Gregor Smith. Performers and researchers from universities across the world have formed an unlikely coalition, led by the University of Lincoln’s Schools of Computer Science, Media, and Performing Arts.
Written by Angeline McCall. After months of debate, Lincolnshire County Council members have voted to cut library services. The county reported that the change is needed to make £1.7 million government savings.
Written by Alexandra Diana Lazar. Fashion is a way of expression. It sends messages through images, sounds and concepts. And one of the newest “delivery” methods seems to be fashion illustrations. No longer reserved for the greatest and designers or for art students, the phenomenon has spread throughout the whole world, launching a new category […]
Written by Jonathon Carlan From high street to salon quality, a hair product with a matte finish is the perfect tool to create the standout looks of today. Matte products have become increasingly popular in previous years, ranging through clays, putties, pastes, muds and fibres.
Written by Angeline McCall. The University of Lincoln will be one of many universities affected by a another national strike on Tuesday December 3.
Written by Alex Dade. Jewellery is all about making a statement this autumn/winter. Gold chains, jewel heavy necklaces and vintage inspired pieces are all key when it comes to being bang on trend this season.
Written by Brigid Farrell. Winter can be seriously damaging to our skin with a combination of wind, cold and central heating all contributing to a dry and lifeless appearance. It’s time to layer up the products and lock in the moisture.
Written by Michael Walker. A brand new partnership has been agreed between the University of Lincoln and Macmillan Cancer Support which will see many benefits.
Written by Lauren Farmer. Concealer can be a miracle worker in disguising the dark circles under your eyes by giving you a bright eyed look to fool anyone into thinking that you’ve had eight hours sleep.
Written by Joel Loynds I’m not going to lie and say I was confident in the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Headwriter, Steven Moffat’s plots had become as intricate as the interior of the TARDIS itself and required your own little man on the side to explain it all.