Tag Archives: University of Lincoln
A new competition has been launched with a romantic twist by the University of Lincoln as its new-look website launches on Valentine’s Day.
Around £8,000 has been collected by the University of Lincoln library in fines in 2017, according to information obtained by The Linc.
A Lincoln-born pioneer of maths has been honoured by the opening of a new research centre at the University of Lincoln.
In the latest edition of What’s Just Happened?, The Linc’s Deputy News Editor Oliver Pridmore takes a look at the Conservative’s new plans to protect free speech…
The Minister of State for Universities and Science, Sam Gyimah, has said he will ensure that the Charity Commission’s rules are ‘clear and don’t discourage student unions from hosting controversial speakers’ in a move to protect free speech at universities.
University professor “opposes” pardoning the suffragettes as UK celebrates 100 years since women got the vote
A history professor at the University of Lincoln opposes calls to pardon the suffragettes, as the UK celebrates a century since women were given the right to vote.
The University of Lincoln have responded to claims made by the chairman of the Education Select Committee that many graduates receive “paltry returns”.
The University of Lincoln and its Students’ Union have been given an overall ‘red’ rating in this year’s Free Speech University Rankings.
Final year students at the University of Lincoln are being encouraged to complete the National Student Survey (NSS) – after the survey launched this morning.
Staff and students are being encouraged to celebrate LGBT History Month from tomorrow as the Brayford campus readies to fly rainbow flags.