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Students' Union responds to claims that Brighton is the 'most dangerous spot for students'

22 April 2015

The Students' Union want to reassure students that the city is generally safe and let you know about work they’re doing to help you be and feel safer


MA Journalism and Documentary student Jessi Gutch shorlisted for the presitgious One World Student FIlm award

20 April 2015

Jessi Gutch MA Digi Doc student has been shorlisted for the presitgious One World Student FIlm award for her fascinating final MA project about the...


Just days left for finalists to complete the NSS

15 April 2015

Final-year undergraduates are being urged to take a break from revision and dissertations to complete the 2015 NSS before it closes on 30 April.
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Buddy Scheme volunteer applications now open

9 April 2015

Become a Buddy volunteer and help a new student get to know Sussex.


Sussex researchers help create public archive of BBC election coverage

8 April 2015

Seventy years of BBC election coverage can now be accessed through an archive project involving Sussex academics.


Fancy living with US from September 2015?

8 April 2015

The Housing waiting list is now open.


Sussex researchers to analyse Twitter’s impact on marginal election seats

31 March 2015

Sussex researchers will use ground-breaking ‘intelligent’ technology to analyse thousands of political tweets during the general election campaign.


Deadline nears to apply for Research Development Fund

30 March 2015

The closing date for applications to the third round of the Research Development Fund is 5pm on Friday 17 April.


Printing credit now offered to all finalists who take part in the NSS

24 March 2015

The University is issuing 100 pages of print credit to all Sussex finalists who take part in the 2015 National Student Survey (NSS).
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Lassie go home. You’ve been replaced by a digital dog

24 March 2015

Every dog has its day – but not so much in the film world any more, according to Sussex film studies lecturer Dr Michael Lawrence.


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