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The University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union has issued a second statement defending its rejection of a motion on free speech, after an open letter called for a ‘full explanation’ behind the decision.
An open letter has been created in response to the University of Lincoln Students’ Union’s decision to reject a motion on free speech last month.
Lincoln has been announced as one of 59 universities to be ranked ‘gold’ in this year’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) results.
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.
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.
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.
The University of Lincoln’s Students Union will provide free black-and-white printing to students from September – it has been announced.
More than £50,000 in affiliation fees was paid by The University of Lincoln Students’ Union in 2016, it has been revealed.
Hello and welcome to The Linc’s live coverage of tonight’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), which includes a motion democracy at the SU.