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Four people have been elected in the SU by-elections, but RAG officer was not filled after the sole candidate was disqualified for not attending a candidate briefing.
Students’ Union president Ary Sharif has been criticised at the first Student Council of the year for his decision to go on leave – while at the same time an undisclosed “serious” review of the union takes place.
The University of Lincoln plans to charge students the maximum level of tuition fees – £9,000 per year – from 2012.
The results of the SU elections saw some shocking and not so-shocking results with the results of one role being suspended and Ary Sharif elected president.
As Chris Charnley steps down from the top job at the SU, there’s both a fresh and familiar face from the candidates who want to be the next SU president.
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.
The second Student Council session of the year saw followup to the cancellation of the Ebrary, a new bridge over the railway crossing and recycling facilities at the university.
The politics society hosted Karl McCartney on Wednesday as they took the chance to grill the local MP on tuition fees, local politics and his stance on the EU.
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.