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Lancaster University confirms in-person teaching for next term

‘We will continue to deliver in-person teaching, as planned, and provide access to labs and facilities for research’

Lancaster University publishes ‘new suicide prevention strategy’

‘A whole-university approach to student mental health and wellbeing’

The Sugarhouse to close for ‘the remainder of this calendar year’

‘This is not a decision that was taken lightly’

Executive Committee passes first ever long term anti-racist policy

The policy is named ‘The Race & Ethnic Minority New Deal’

Lancaster Uni ranked a 2:2 class uni by People and Planet University League Table

The uni scored zero per cent on Environmental Policy, Carbon Management and Waste and Recycling

Lancaster University confirms in-person teaching will continue next week

‘Lancaster University will continue to deliver face-to-face teaching this week and next’

Lancaster Uni societies have raised thousands of pounds for Movember 2021

Rugby Union have raised over 14 grand

GLOW has announced new mini bus service for students from campus

The bus service will start from next Skint Monday

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Staying In, Speaking Out: Women+ Forum and LUSU to host anti-violence against women event

‘LUSU is continuing to engage and support Women+’

Lancaster University Green Party praises uni for divesting from fossil fuels

‘It’s great to see the university divest from fossil fuel companies’

LUSU announce new Society Awards, nominations now open

‘The event will be a truly special celebration of all the amazing work our groups and societies do’

JustGiving set up in aid of soon-to-be mother refugee in Lancaster

The refugee is said to be in ‘dire need’ of help

LUSU fail to meet quota to support UCU industrial action

The referendum on UCU’s Industrial Action on pensions was below the required 10 per cent quoracy

Labour candidate Fabiha Askari wins by-election with over 46 per cent of vote

Fabiha will succeed Jack O’Dwyer-Henry as a councillor for the University and Scotforth Rural Ward

Lancaster anti-strike campaign receives backlash online

The manifesto claimed that strikes could be ‘potentially fatal’ to students

Lancaster council candidates campaign at Politics Society event

The event was an open forum where students could ask candidates what they would do if elected