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A free, one-day leadership course is the highlight of Make it happen ... finally!, a week of events to prepare finalists for life after Sussex.
Work by Sussex students will go on display to the public next week at the first-ever Brighton Media Festival.
An Elizabethan play rediscovered by a Sussex professor will be performed at a showcase of events to highlight the best of UK university research.
Poppies have been planted on campus to mark the 100th anniversary this summer of the start of the First World War.
Sussex has climbed 18 places in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey, rising from 56th to 38th place between 2012 and 2013.
The living embodiment of one of his fictional creations as well as one of his former tutors were among the audience of famed novelist Ian McEwan.
A scheme that entitles students to discounted train travel in and around Brighton and Worthing is being extended to Eastbourne from Sunday (18 May).
Doors have opened to the show flat at a new student housing development in central Brighton.
Staff and students asked to help to sort through piles of unwanted belongings that are expected to be left by students this summer.
Sussex students who benefited from a challenging leadership programme, now in its fifth year, have praised the experience.