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A very Sussex story

1 December 2017

A tale of parallel lives that were ultimately bound to intersect, spurring remarkable and inspiring results.


Director of Liberty delivers 9th annual Draper Lecture

1 December 2017

This autumn, over 120 alumni and supporters gathered at the Law Society in London to attend the 9th annual Draper Lecture.


Transforming the lives of female students in Asia

1 December 2017

Sussex becomes the first UK institution to offer scholarships to students from the Asian University for Women


The Helena Normanton Society meets on campus for the first time

1 December 2017

Members of the Society, which is named after the Sussex's first legacy donor, met on campus for a special series of talks, afternoon tea and tours.


Sussex student’s poem set to music by Glyndebourne and sung by local school children in festive concerts

29 November 2017

58 local primary schools will take part in the Big Sing 2017, at concerts in Hastings, Eastbourne, Tunbridge Wells and Bexhill in early December


Universities and Science Minister opens £11-million Future Technologies Labs at University of Sussex

28 November 2017

New £11-million facility opened at the University of Sussex for teaching future workers about robotics and other rapidly developing technologies.


Art History taught me not to be a snob, says Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller

23 November 2017

Art History is as vital, vocational and inclusive as ever, say Sussex academics and alumni as the department celebrates its 50th birthday.


Sport Scholars welcomed at evening awards ceremony with the Vice-Chancellor

23 November 2017

New and returning Sport Scholars were recognised at an evening awards reception last week.


Hunt for dark matter is narrowed by new University of Sussex research

23 November 2017

Results disprove existence of a type of light axion


No-growth economy could mean fewer crashes and higher wages, study shows

23 November 2017

An economy based on zero growth could be more stable – experiencing fewer crashes – and bring higher wages, suggests a new University of Sussex study.


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