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Tonight: student council reviews SU democracy

University of Lincoln Students' Union building

Tonight sees the first student council of 2015, where student representatives will vote on two major issues: a change in the Students’ Union’s democratic process, and the blacklisting of organisations that have been deemed discriminatory.

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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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The Linc student survey

Results of The Linc's student survey

With a lot of fuss recently over the National Student Survey of graduating students, The Linc decided to conduct a survey of our own, asking five questions to 100 students.

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