Tag Archives: Athletic Union

No grass plans for “lucky” Lincoln students

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Students’ Union Sports and Teams VP Chris Farrell has admitted there are no definite plans in the pipeline to enhance sporting facilities at the University.

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How to start up a club or society

What happens when you start university and they don’t have the sports club or society that you really want to join?

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Athletic Union re-branded as ‘Sports and Societies’

The University of Lincoln Students’ Union have given the Athletic Union a new name and logo, but otherwise it is business as usual.

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“Lincoln have the potential to do big things,” says Farrell

Incoming Athletic Union president Chris Farrell has big plans for the Athletic Union ahead of the 2009/10 season. He hopes that next year will be the best year to date for the university’s sports teams.

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Eye on SU Comms Officer candidates 09

The Linc caught up with this year’s candidates for the University of Lincoln Students’ Union Media and Communications Officer position.

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Students’ Union Survey: good results, bad comments abundant

A Linc survey into the feelings of the students towards our SU has revealed complaints of poor communication, a lack of representation and favouritism towards Athletic Union societies.

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SU societies face student backlash

New members were encouraged to sign up to societies during Freshers’ Week and the Societies Fayre. After hoards of emails and Facebook messages, almost all new members have been inducted and they can proudly wear their society’s colours. Yet not all members have been inducted, or even emailed from their societies.

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Chris Robers Superstar

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Beddoes: The ex SU President speaks

Being an SU officer is more like part politician, part holiday rep, part businessperson and part student. Not one day at work is ever the same. One day you can find yourself making new friends and partying in the Engine Shed, the next you are wearing a suit and attending the Board of Governors.

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