Tag Archives: United Kingdom

Reporting Green with C4’s Tom Clarke

Tom Clarke, Channel 4’s science guru, gave a rousing speech at the University of Lincoln on Monday, March 9, on the ups and downs of science reporting and where it sits in the news agenda, global warming and even explored the news coverage of animal testing.

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Eye on SU Education Officer candidates 09

The Linc caught up with this year’s candidates for the University of Lincoln Students’ Union Education and Academic Affairs Officer position.

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Sports Minister on Lincoln’s sports facilities

Gerry Sutcliffe was impressed by the University of Lincoln’s sports facilities when he visited the city on February 26 to take a tour.

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Telegraph editor Will Lewis visits Lincoln

William Lewis, the youngest editor of the Daily Telegraph to date, was welcomed on Monday, February 23, at the University of Lincoln’s LPAC theatre by a varied audience. “We went looking for angry workers within the institution who knew exactly what needed to be done,” Mr. Lewis explained in his talk about the overhaul of the Telegraph.

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Checking out the new Chancellor

The Linc spoke exclusively with Lord Victor Adebowale, the University of Lincoln’s new Chancellor, about his social care interests and what he can do to improve the University of Lincoln.

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European journalism conference coming to Lincoln

The Forum for European Journalism Students (FEJS) will come to Lincoln from the 2nd to 7th of April, hosting lectures and workshops on the topic of Transferrable Media. Guest speakers from various media outlets, including the BBC and the Guardian, will share their knowledge of the industry with journalism students from across the EU.

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Student’s addiction to poker

A student at Cambridge University has spoken exclusively to The Linc about his secret life as an online poker player.

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How change adds up

Daily media coverage of the recession and the credit crunch leaves many students feeling helpless for a solution to the problem of how to pay for food and rent whilst also maintaining a social life. Rethinking what to buy and where to shop are small lifestyle changes, but they can produce loose change to pay for some drinks at the weekend.

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Introducing Frank Turner

Siren FM’s Ashley Partridge talks to Frank Turner about his new album and being a vegetarian.

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ID cards arrive for overseas students

Eleven nations in the European Union now have some form of ID card, even if they are not compulsory. Apart from the UK, the only members without any form of identity card scheme are Ireland, Denmark, Latvia and Lithuania.

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