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The University of Lincoln’s Animation Society could cease to exist within weeks if it fails to meet a set of deadlines, it has been revealed.
Candidates for the SU’s two postgraduate roles – Postgraduate Officer (Taught) and Postgraduate Officer (Research) – gathered in The Swan tonight, to tell students why they should vote for them in this week’s elections.
Lucinda Preston, Labour’s candidate for the Carholme ward by-election, has been announced as the new city councillor.
The Government’s Universities Minister, Jo Johnson MP, has called for institutions to protect free speech on campus, and said that any that fail to protect it could be fined, suspended or de-registered by a new regulator.
A cat café will be opening its doors to Lincoln residents ‘towards the back end of 2017’, it has been revealed.
The University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union has issued an additional statement commenting on changes to its bye-laws, after students voted through amendments at a meeting last night.
A new motion on free speech which called for ‘a difference of views towards Union or University policy and actions’ to not ‘bring the Union into disrepute’ has been passed by students at an All Student Members meeting (ASM) last night.
Democratic procedures at the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union are to be changed, after bye-law amendments were voted through at a student meeting last night.
Four police officers from Lincolnshire Police have taken part in a driver training scheme, which saw them play the console game Gran Turismo to help improve their driving.