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This week, University of Lincoln students can vote on whether their Students’ Union should remain affiliated or leave the National Union of Students. In this article, we answer some of the big questions surrounding the NUS referendum.
Voting for the NUS referendum began on Monday, with the University of Lincoln Students’ Union asking for a second time if it should remain or leave the national organisation. On Monday night, the official campaigns argued their case in a debate. Liam O’Dell, The Linc’s News Editor, gives his take on the event…
With £100k on the line and a team of surveillance experts on your tail, if you had to go on the run for 28 days, where would you hide?
Lincoln Pride returns to the city tomorrow – with a day full of colourful celebration and music. Photo: Gregor Smith (2014).
The University of Lincoln has announced it is raising its tuition fees from £9,000 to £9,250 from 2017. It means students who study a typical undergraduate course will pay up to £750 more over the period of their degree – not accounting for interest payments on their student debts.
Lincoln SU have successfully campaigned for a ban on the app in Lincoln, now they want it banned nationwide with the backing of the NUS – but they’re refusing to talk about abuse tutors & students suffer.
Dogs are able to recognise human emotions by using their senses, according to a new study by professors at the University of Lincoln and Brazil’s University of São Paulo.
ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent will come to Lincoln on October 19 to find contestants for next year’s competition.
A majority of people are more likely to get days in the middle of the week muddled more than they would with a Monday or Friday, Liam O’Dell reports.