Campus Voices

‘We all have a right to be safe, no matter what’ – a reflection on the march to Reclaim The Night

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.

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Opinion: Brexit and Trump are the result of not listening and not learning

The comparisons between the UK’s EU referendum and America’s upcoming presidential election are irrefutable, writes Daniel Beach.

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Opinion: Why Lincoln should vote YES to NUS

For the second time, the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union is holding a referendum on whether they should remain affiliated or leave the National Union of Students (NUS). The Linc has asked both sides to argue their case. In this article, we hear from Connor Delany of Yes to NUS.

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Opinion: Why Lincoln should vote NO to NUS

For the second time, the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union is holding a referendum on whether they should remain affiliated or leave the National Union of Students (NUS). The Linc has asked both sides to argue their case. In this article, we hear from Michael Daniell of Keep Lincoln Independent.

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Opinion: We have “everything to gain” by leaving NUS

This week, the University of Lincoln Students’ Union is holding a referendum on whether to stay affiliated with or leave the National Union of Students. Both sides of the debate have written their arguments for The Linc. This is Will Fry, leader of the LincOUT campaign.

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Opinion: Why Lincoln SU should stay with the NUS

This week, the University of Lincoln Students’ Union is holding a referendum on whether to stay affiliated with or leave the National Union of Students. Both sides of the debate have written their arguments for The Linc. This is Jessie Bartholomew, leader of the Yes to NUS campaign.

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Meet next year’s SU President

Hayley Jayne Wilkinson, SU President

The Linc sat down with the new University of Lincoln Students’ Union President for the next academic year, Hayley Jayne Wilkinson, for a chat about her plans, her dreams and aspirations for the Union, and what she’s most looking forward to being the President of the SU.

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Opinion: Five reasons Karl McCartney won Lincoln

Karl McCartney speaks into various microphones and cameras

Adam Allcroft provides the Linc with the closest thing we’ve ever had to a ‘listicle’, analysing why Karl beat the pundits to stay MP for Lincoln.

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The benefits of being a non-girly girl

Becky Lancashire reveals the plus side to wearing little make-up and not being a “girly” girl

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Opinion: Support our mental health campaign

This week Lincoln Labour Students launched a campaign, ‘REVISE’, in order to introduce awareness of mental issues, reduce stigma, and improve services for mental health conditions both nationally and on campus, writes Karman Hussain, a member of Lincoln Labour Students.

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