Work has started to refurbish the interior of the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.
More than a thousand Sussex students from 100 countries will be attending the graduation ceremonies in Brighton this week (Tue 28 and Wed 29 Jan).
Dr Lionel Ripley, one of the longest serving members of the University, died suddenly on 16 January, only 18 months after his retirement.
The University Housing Office is taking applications from Sussex students and staff looking to live in University residences from now until June 2014.
The club has a bright future and a vision that extends beyond this season and is striving to create a legacy of cricketing success at the university.
The Students' Union are taking over The Globe to run a student-friendly venue in the middle of Brighton.
Pirates from the University of Sussex Pirate Society made an unconventional appearance on BBC Two quiz programme ‘Eggheads’.
The name of a Sussex academic and Holocaust survivor has been immortalised on the front of one of Brighton’s buses.
Emeritus Prof Sir John Cornforth, who died on 8 Dec at the age of 96, won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1975 - the year that he came to Sussex.
Staff and students heard about the University of Sussex’s longstanding links with South Africa at a tribute event on 11 December for Nelson Mandela.