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School of Law students visit our partner campus in Ghana

Dr Catherine Easton

In March 2015 a group of seven School of Law students and one staff member visited Lancaster University’s partner campus in Accra, Ghana as part of the Lancaster-Ghana Ambassadors scheme. 700 more words

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"Staff" Beat Students in Final Footie Showdown

Black clouds loomed over Lancaster’s 3G pitches on a windswept April evening, little did the PPR student team know the weather was a pathetic fallacy for their final sporting performance against the department staff. 676 more words


Week 5: Quilt tour continues #107days

This week, Week 5, has been jam packed with Justice Quilt action and as the quilt departs the awesome People’s History Museum in Manchester we thought we’d update you on the next stop on it’s tour. 474 more words

Lancaster Uni Question Time Trends Nationally

Last night Lancaster University Politics Society held their second successful Question Time event on campus. The debate, chaired by PPR lecturer Dr Simon Mabon, attracted a large audience and the hashtag #LUPSQT was even trending in the UK. 1,399 more words


'Synchrony', Lancaster. Student Art Exhibition. Opening Night

After all the hard work put into the exhibition it was great to see such a large turnout at the opening night. The exhibition is open until 25th April 2015 at the Storey Gallery, Lancaster if anyone is interested in taking a look!

Guest blogger Rahoul Naik on the General Election and the top 5 issues facing Lancaster Uni students

So, in case you weren’t aware by now, there is a General Election about to happen in the UK on May 7th

Democracy is a wonderful thing when it is used properly, and although many may argue that there is no true democracy in the UK, I for one am extremely proud to have such an open voting system that even allows the Monster Raving Loony Party run to be our MPs. 966 more words

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LUSU - Make Grad Ball Affordable or Provide an Alternative

Grad ball is a key end of year celebration students look forward to throughout their degree, however many have been taken aback by the price of this year’s event. 685 more words

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