Latest news and analysis from the University of Lincoln and beyond
The Office for Students (OfS), the new universities regulator designed to ‘to hold universities to account and promote students interests’, has legally come into force from January 1.
Lincolnshire Police will be naming those caught drink driving from today until the New Year, following the launch of a new campaign.
Trustees at the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union have voted through a second student motion on freedom of speech.
The University of Lincoln has announced a competition for students to design a piece of artwork for the recently opened Sarah Swift Building.
The Department for Education (DfE) has announced plans for ‘accelerated’ degrees which would be taught over two years instead of three.
It’s being claimed that landlords in Lincoln who fail to pull down ‘to let’ signs, after the property has been rented out, are putting the safety and security of students at risk.
Science journalist Dr Michael Mosley has officially opened the Sarah Swift Building at the University of Lincoln today.
The University of Lincoln will be open today and lectures will run ‘as planned’ following snow yesterday, it has been announced.
The Linc is back with its first print edition of this academic year. If you haven’t had a chance to grab a physical copy on campus, then you can have a read of it in digital form here!