A fundraising event on campus has raised money to support the Filipino victims of a devastating typhoon.
A businessman and a food psychology expert have been selected as judges for SussexFood’s entrepreneurial competition.
To enter, students are being asked to call upon their entrepreneurial spirit, conceive a food-related business idea and submit it online.
Four students will be joining SussexFood on stage at a live cooking event on Monday to share their dishes with a hungry One World Week audience.
SussexFood are putting together a freely accessible Student Scrapbook of Recipes to encourage more diverse gastronomic engagement.
The Bridge and Dhaba cafés, which closed on 6 December for a refit, will reopen in the new year with new signage and new menus in place.
Sussex students have responded positively to a series of residence welcome sessions in Dine Central over the last few weeks.
The University is to establish a new forum for students and staff to provide feedback on campus services.
Catering and conference services staff transferring from 1 September have now all had individual one-to-one meetings with Chartwells colleagues.
Luca Nervi, who has been appointed as Executive Chef with external partner Chartwells, developed his passion for cooking as a child in rural Italy.
The process for transition to the University’s new catering partner, Chartwells, began last week at Sussex.
Chartwells is the University's preferred bidder for catering and conference services and is expected to take up operational responsibility from 1 Sep.