Tag Archives: Jonathan Holmes

‘The best and worst job in the world’

Jonathan Holmes, liberation officer at Lincoln SU from 2010 to 11, gives his perspective and advice to the candidates running in the elections.

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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

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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Student Council: Library resources, recycling and Riseholme

The first Student Council of 2011 saw too few turn up to vote on issues but many topics were discussed to be investigated further.

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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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No surprises at the Students’ Union elections

Chris Charnley

The University of Lincoln Students’ Union election results are in, and there weren’t any real surprises, with the results conforming to The Linc‘s predictions.

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Part time officers run unopposed

RAG officer, Liberation officer and Sports officer all run unopposed in their categories. We asked Phil Krstic and Jonathan Holmes about their plans for the job.

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Student Council: bursaries, printing and NUS delegates

The seventh Student Council of the academic year saw follow-up plans to bursary cuts, inequality between staff and students on printing, and two NUS delegates were elected.

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Death knell for university bursaries

Bursaries for all but the poorest of students are set to become a thing of the past next semester, as the University of Lincoln looks at ways to save money after harsh education cuts.

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Student Council: railway crossing, sports centre and bursary cuts

The sixth Student Council of this year saw the problem of the rail crossing discussed, the sports centre motion concluded and proposed bursary cuts explained.

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