As most students will realise, university is not quite as time-consuming as sixth form or school. This means it is the perfect opportunity to go travelling. With many months off during the summer and a new friendship group, globe-trotting seems the perfect remedy to stave off boredom setting in outside of term. Lana Elway reports. […]
The “Work America” programme is an opportunity for students to travel abroad and gain some vital experience. Joanna Keeton investigates.
With several festival line-ups already announced, there’s a buzz surrounding the subject of festivals right now, but are they really the way to spend your summer?
As the summer draws closer and the chance to get away from it all. So Sophie Card investigates guilt-free holidays and travelling the “green” way.
From Estonia to Egypt, we look at the destinations that topped StudentBeans’ list as top value in 2011.
One summer, five jobs, and twenty-one American States. Sound too good to be true? The Linc spoke to one student who did just that.
From camel rides to quad biking through the desert, The Linc’s Candi Hindocha shunned the clubs of Lincoln to celebrate her 21st in Egypt.
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.