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Viewers of tonight’s (17 March ) ‘Bang Goes the Theory’ will get to see some of what goes on in the labs of the Genome Centre.
A royal oak tree sapling, which was cultivated from an acorn collected from the crown estate, has been planted on campus outside the Jubilee Building.
A record 650 students and recent graduates attended a series of alumni-led careers events as part of the University's Make it Happen! fortnight.
A new cash machine has been installed on campus, in the entrance foyer of York House.
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.
Sussex student Holly Jennings can do the maths and the jokes, which is probably why she is appearing with comedian Dara O’Briain in a new TV comedy.
Findings from research involving more than 100 Sussex students in a simulated mass incident could help save lives in the event of a genuine emergency.
The Students’ Union would like you to tell them about your experience of rented accommodation in their Rate Your Landlord survey.
The University’s Show Choir are national university champions after winning the Masters of Show Choir competition at Royal Holloway on Saturday.