Tag Archives: Liam O’Dell

University of Lincoln receives ‘gold’ status in controversial Teaching Excellence Framework

Lincoln has been announced as one of 59 universities to be ranked ‘gold’ in this year’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) results.

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Lincoln Castle crowned the UK’s most popular castle in online poll

Lincoln Castle skyline

Lincoln Castle has been voted the most popular castle in the UK, after finishing in first place in an online poll.

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Students ‘disappointed’ and ‘saddened’ by Lincoln SU’s free speech decision

Students involved in a free speech campaign at the University of Lincoln have responded to the news that the Students’ Union has rejected a motion on freedom of speech.

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Free speech motion rejected by Lincoln SU

Lincoln Students' Union (SU)

A student motion on freedom of speech, put forward after the temporary suspension of the Conservative Society’s social media accounts earlier this year, has been rejected by the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union.

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Lincoln SU creates petition opposing walk-in closure

The University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union is calling on students to sign its petition, after the launch of a consultation on the future of the Lincoln walk-in centre.

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Small fire breaks out at Pavilions student accommodation

Firefighters were called to Pavilion House on Ruston Way last night, after a fire broke out at the student accommodation.

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BREAKING: Conservative Karl McCartney loses Lincoln seat to Labour

Labour’s Karen Lee has been elected as the new Member of Parliament for Lincoln.

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Lincoln SU to provide free printing to students from September

Lincoln Students' Union (SU)

The University of Lincoln’s Students Union will provide free black-and-white printing to students from September – it has been announced.

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Lincolnshire teen to gallop for Britain in European horseriding contest

13-year-old Holly Truelove, from Worlaby in North Lincolnshire, has been selected to represent Great Britain in this year’s Children, Junior and Young Rider Nations Cup.

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Just 12% of young people think politicians value their views, NUS poll reveals

In an National Union of Students poll of nearly 2,000 further and higher education students, only 12% agree that politicians value young people’s views – it has been announced.

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