Latest student news
Two researchers from the University of Sussex have made it through to the finals of a national microbiology competition.
Five student-led projects have been chosen to share a £10,000 fund to promote sustainability.
As Sussex students prepare for their exams, TV Licensing is reminding those moving home for the summer to claim a refund on their TV licence.
A careers masterclass on campus this month will offer students the chance to hone their presentation and communication skills.
The University Housing Office is now taking applications from individuals requesting a summer room on campus or in the city.
Heydon Prowse and Jolyon Rubinstein are the Sussex graduates behind TV show The Revolution Will be Televised, which won a BAFTA last night (12 May).
Works to revamp the Lewes Road in Brighton are ahead of schedule, say Brighton & Hove City Council.
There may be traffic congestion on and around campus on Mon eve (13 May), when Brighton & Hove Albion play a big match at Falmer stadium.
Sussex staff and students will help shape the line-up at the Brighton Fringe Festival this month.
Enactus Sussex has been granted £20,000 from the NUS Start-Up Fund to launch its social project Step Off the Street (SOS).