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New art exhibition celebrates achievements of Lincolnshire women

Artwork at the exhibition features inspirational Lincolnshire women. Photo: Nathan Speller

Femmes of the Fens – an art exhibition celebrating inspiring women from across Lincolnshire – opened its doors to the public on Monday afternoon.

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Margaret Thatcher’s legacy inspires students into political debate


Following the death of Margaret Thatcher on Monday, April 8th, 2013, a political debate has broken out among students. Melike Berker reports.

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‘Institutionalised racism’ under scrutiny in ‘SUS’

Clint Dyer stars in "SUS", a political play that scrutinises the stop-and-search under suspicion laws in place until 1982. Photo:

It’s 1979, the Sus laws are in full swing, and the Iron Lady is about to become PM. Barrie Keeffe talks about his play “SUS” which showcases at the LPAC this week.

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A Vice Chancellor’s Confessions

David Chiddick, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln talks about his life as a student, how he failed his first year of university and the old times of the NUS.

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