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The Brighton Festival is offering Sussex staff and students discounted tickets for some of the shows during the Festival, which runs from 2-24 May.
The University of Sussex is one of the most improved universities in the latest Complete University Guide, published on Monday (27 April).
Two Sussex students, Hasan Ahmet and Will Teasley, joined more than 18,000 others to run the Brighton marathon held last weekend (Sunday 12 April).
Sussex staff and students will soon be performing medical comedy and showing off knowledge of how babies think at two Brighton festivals.
More than 5,000 sixth-form and college students from across the South visited campus earlier this week to attend the Sussex UCAS Convention.
The winners of the Students' Union's annual Student Awards have been announced.
Visitors to a pop-up shop in Brighton will be able to find out about courses and research at Sussex, as well as the University’s vision for campus.
The University of Sussex has been shortlisted in two categories for the Times Higher Education magazine’s annual awards.
Students have ranked the University of Sussex as one of the best places to enjoy city life in the UK.
The University is backing local school children’s education and achievement at a centre in Moulsecoomb.