Tag Archives: The Swan
The Swan, Lincoln SU’s student pub, is to reopen on September 4 – after closing for refurbishment at the end of June.
‘It’s a long day’ as Tom Prior described his time touring the UK, 5 days and 11 shows into his tour the man expressed his weariness. But Tom’s aura and character spoke otherwise and was an absolute delight to speak to as The Linc caught up with him on the 7th of March, when he […]
If you happened to spend Valentine’s Day afternoon with a pint at the Swan, you were in for quite a treat: London-based singer/songwriter April Keen stopped by for a Coffee House Sessions gig and spread lots of acoustic love with her charming indie-pop songs. After the gig, the 19-year- old told The Linc about life […]
Matt Wills is a young singer-songwriter from London, setting out on a tour with ‘Coffee House Sessions’, which is a national acoustic touring circuit that provides fresh artists with exposure through performances in coffee houses across the UK. Matt’s music is acoustic at heart, but also features 80’s and hip hop elements, and all his […]
Hello and welcome to The Linc‘s live coverage of tonight’s All Student Members Meeting (ASM), which includes a vote on the creation of a Student Venues Committee.
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union officially has the second safest student union venues in the country, according to the NUS.
We’ll be releasing every result of the SU elections, at school, college, and university level, keeping you updated with everything they have to say.
The race for VP Activities looks to be the closest vote of the SU elections, which come to an end in The Swan tonight.
It’s less than 24 hours before campus pub The Shed transforms into The Swan. We wanted to give it the send-off it deserves, which is without a doubt all the stories that have been told inside it – your #ShedStories.
We know how much The Shed means to members of the community. To celebrate this, we’ll be live from the last day of the Shed tomorrow, where we’re asking you to share your #ShedStories.