Hello and welcome to The Linc‘s live coverage of tonight’s Candidate Question Time, where those standing in this year’s SU elections will face questions about their plans for Lincoln SU if elected.
In the latest edition of What’s Just Happened?, The Linc’s Deputy News Editor Oliver Pridmore takes a look at the Conservative’s new plans to protect free speech…
The Minister of State for Universities and Science, Sam Gyimah, has said he will ensure that the Charity Commission’s rules are ‘clear and don’t discourage student unions from hosting controversial speakers’ in a move to protect free speech at universities.
The University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union has published the candidates standing in this year’s SU elections.
The National Union of Students (NUS) has revealed its list of candidates for the position of NUS National President.
Over a half of university students are turning off their heating in a bid to save money – a new report by the National Union of Students has found.
The University of Lincoln and its Students’ Union have been given an overall ‘red’ rating in this year’s Free Speech University Rankings.
Water fountains can now be found on every floor of the University Library and will be in place in the Minerva Building in time for the summer – it has been announced.
A new freedom of speech society at the University of Lincoln will hold its first public event tomorrow.
Kudzai Muzangaza, President of the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union, has expressed his ‘extreme disappointment’ after it was announced that Lincoln’s Walk-In Centre will close at the end of next month.