The elected leaders of the University of Lincoln Students’ Union (SU) attended the National Union of Students (NUS) conference on Tuesday to “help shape the future of NUS”.
Lincoln students will vote next week to decide whether their Students Union should be represented at a National Union of Students demonstration in London on November 19.
More than 300 NUS officers, student leaders and academics have signed an open letter slamming a report from MPs into anti-Semitism as an attempt to “delegitimise NUS, and discredit Malia Bouattia as its President”.
Malia Bouattia, President of the National Union of Students, has been accused of “outright racism” by a group of MPs.
This week students at the University of Lincoln go to the polls to decide whether we should remain a member of the NUS. Use this guide to find out the arguments from the Leave (Keep Lincoln Independent) and Remain (Yes to NUS) sides on a range of key topics.
This week, University of Lincoln students can vote on whether their Students’ Union should remain affiliated or leave the National Union of Students. In this article, we answer some of the big questions surrounding the NUS referendum.
Listen to the full exclusive interview with Richard Brooks, NUS vice president for union development. Interviewed by Jarrad Johnson, editor of The Linc.
Voting for the NUS referendum began on Monday, with the University of Lincoln Students’ Union asking for a second time if it should remain or leave the national organisation. On Monday night, the official campaigns argued their case in a debate. Liam O’Dell, The Linc’s News Editor, gives his take on the event…