Bring your family and friends on to the University of Sussex campus this summer, when we will be opening up our doors for a free Community Festival.
A group of VIPs officially marked the start of construction work on a new student village in a ground-breaking ceremony yesterday (Wednesday 17 May).
Sussex’s V-C and members of Brighton’s Chamber of Commerce have been exploring how the University can build on its partnerships and forge new ones.
A rainbow flag is flying on the Sussex campus this week to mark the fact that the University is a partner of Brighton & Hove Pride festival.
Nearly 300 schoolchildren from across Sussex donned gowns and mortarboards this week as they graduated from a unique programme at Sussex.
Male singers wanted for Attenborough Centre and Situations immersive WW1 choral experience at Newhaven Fort.
Consciousness science finds an unusual outlet in an exciting new Rap Guide to Consciousness, premiering at this year’s Brighton Fringe.
With the Albion potentially so close to winning the Championship, the University has thrown its support behind its neighbours in the Amex stadium.
A new festival of events explores the hidden digital world that haunts the city through a range of installations, tours and talks.
School pupils have taken part in a special ceremony to honour the life of a Brighton-born Jewish secret agent.
The Seagulls' return to the top flight is close – and the city’s two universities hope a ‘good luck’ video will give the team the support they need.
More than 100 runners from Sussex took part in the Brighton Marathon and 10K events on 9 April, raising nearly £34,000 to help fight disease.
Sussex legal students help local community protect a treasured piece of land
Situations and Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts present REFRAIN at Newhaven Fort, East Sussex
A new immersive, choral experience will be exploring the stories of conscientious objection with a professional ensemble and local male singers.
The University of Sussex and Brighton’s Small Batch Coffee Company have teamed up to raise money for a good cause during the Brighton Marathon.
Psychologists at the University of Sussex have joined with a local council as part of a new service for parents with autistic children.
A sell-out audience gathered at the Brighton Museum this month to watch an expert panel of academics debate the effectiveness of prison.
School pupils have raised more than £200 for charity after taking on an Apprentice-style challenge at the University of Sussex.
The charity event was organised by Sussexsport to help raise money for the local children’s charity.
A new identity aims to get more people looking after, improving and enjoying the designated World Biosphere Region.