Tag Archives: Chris Charnley

SU elections in video – interviews and analysis


A unique view of campaigns, interviews with Jonathan Holmes, Phil Krstic and Chris Charnley as well as the mood on campus – rewatch the SU election special videos.

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Countdown to SU elections begins as nominations open

The All Students Meeting took place in the EMMTEC. Photo: The Linc

As the nomination period opens for the 2011 Students’ Union elections it seems there is some new blood and that we will have to say goodbye to some familiar faces.

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How education cuts will affect Lincoln

University Question Time. Photo: Charlotte Reid

How the University of Lincoln will be affected by the cuts to higher education funding will be discussed at the LPAC in an event at 5pm on Wednesday, February 23rd.

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Tuition fee protest planned for MP’s surgery postponed

A protest against the rise in tuition fees will not take place on Friday after the cancellation of Lincoln MP Karl McCartney’s appearance at the City Hall for his advice surgery.

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Charnley claims Lincoln MP ‘uneducated’ about higher education


Chris Charnley, Lincoln Students’ Union president, has labelled Karl McCartney, Lincoln’s Tory MP, “uneducated” about higher education.

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University may blow a million on bridge to save 2 minute walk

A new bridge will reduce "congestion" on the old one, a university spokesman said. Photo: Shane Croucher

The University of Lincoln may pay out a whopping £1.1million for a new on-campus bridge to be built, despite making “vital” cut backs earlier this year.

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Few Lincoln students register to vote?

Sources with the Electoral Commission told The Linc few Lincoln students have registered to vote, but the SU is in denial mode and say otherwise.

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Student Council: chair reform, railway bridge and accommodation

A motion to reform the chair, plus updates on the railway bridge and accommodation were the main topics of the final Student Council of the year.

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Show me some more late-night library love

Monday, April 12th, sees the start of a two-week period of a 24-hour library service for four days of each week. Photo: Shane Croucher

Rose Forman is at her most productive in the early hours of the morning, which is why she uses the 24-hour library service – when it’s available. She wants more and here’s why.

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Student Council: officer blogs, new building and discrimination

Heated discussion on SU officer blogs, confusion over the new Business and Law Faculty building, and efforts to quell discrimination against students with difficulties were the big topics of the 9th Student Council.

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