Comments and columns from staff, guests and bloggers
Keelan Balderson, a first year journalism student, explores politics at the University of Lincoln and the university’s various political societies.
Emmy Frosdick, a second year Film and Television student, talks about today’s internet culture, and how memes are affecting discussions around mental health.
Guest columnist and Senior Lecturer of English Dr Owen Clayton gives his spin on young people voting and media bias in the run up to the 2017 general election.
A woman shouldn’t have to shop in the male aisle for a razor because the products targeting her are more expensive, say students Abbie Beck-Cohen and Daisy Elsden.
Michaela Ormrod, University of Lincoln Students’ Union’s Women’s Officer shares her reflections on marching through the streets of Lincoln in opposition to sexual violence and inequality.
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union is failing to represent their students writes Postgraduate Officer Bradley Allsop.
With a demonstration by the NUS and the University and College Union taking place in London tomorrow, Bradley Allsop, Postgraduate Officer at the University of Lincoln’s Students Union, explains why he thinks you should attend the protest.
Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Billy Bragg will take to the stage at the Lincoln’s Engine Shed later this month.
Mark Thomas: ‘America has elected a man who has been publicly endorsed by the KKK, and that is f*****g terrifying.’
In the early hours of Wednesday November 9, 2016 it was decided that Donald J. Trump would be the next president of the United States of America.