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Video: Local newspapers debate – dead or alive?

Acting editor of the Lincolnshire Echo, Steve Fletcher, journalism professor Tim Luckhurst and former editor of The Scotsman, Neil Fowler, debate the future of local newspapers.

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Big name journalists for speaker series

Angela Rippon, Phillip Knightley and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown are amongst the list of journalists visiting the university as part of the Journalists Speak out on Journalism series of talks this term.

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New faculty building open for business

The new business and law faculty building has been officially opened by a familiar face to Lincoln, as students were welcomed in for the start of term.

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Looking ahead: Lincoln in 2010

The Linc editors look into the year ahead and put forward their main predictions about what’s going to be in and out at the University of Lincoln in 2010.

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In review: biggest stories of 2009

Traffic spikes, controversy, and floods of comments — we look at the biggest and most popular headlines to grace our front pages in 2009.

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Turning the library’s page

A “learning garden” and ground-floor “social learning space” will be among the many changes coming soon to the University of Lincoln’s library, says its director.

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Student Council: building work, gym time, and accommodation

At the second Student Council of the academic year, plans for the sports centre and Echo building were shown, sports students asked for free gym time, and Courts residents complained of problems with their accommodation.

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University of Lincoln to buy Lincolnshire Echo building

The University of Lincoln has finally confirmed that it is in the process of buying the Lincolnshire Echo building. The statement comes 6 days after the Lincolnshire Echo initially reported the acquisition.

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