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The University is looking to appoint a creative director for the Attenborough Centre (ACCA) as a refurbishment of the building nears completion.
Following a series of meetings, agreement has been reached between Universities UK and trade union representatives on the pensions reform issue.
Sussex alumni and comedians Jolyon Rubinstein and Heydon Prowse returned to campus in a spoof documentary on how to engage young people in politics.
WhatUni? have launched their Student Choice Awards for 2015 and are looking for Sussex students to give feedback on their experience of uni life.
Following a trial of extended opening times for the campus launderettes, the hours have been increased on a permanent basis.
Campaigns to get young people to drink less should focus on the benefits of not drinking and how it can be achieved, a new study suggests.
The University of Sussex has been ranked 21st in the world for campus sustainability and environmentally friendly university management.
The University Counselling Service (UCS) plans to increase availability of single-session appointments to meet increasing demand.
A blind student at Sussex is hoping to win funding to develop an innovative new device to help blind students learn maths and science.
“Tough and muddy but an awesome experience” – one contestant on the 2015 BUCS Cross Country Championships, which Sussex hosted this weekend.