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Sussex Marketing students win competition with pitch to local business

6 May 2016

Two Sussex Marketing students have jointly won a competition organised by faculty from the Department of Business and Management by developing...

Southern rail staff to stage strike on 20 May

6 May 2016

Conductors on Southern railway, which serves the Sussex campus at Falmer station, are to stage a 24-hour strike from midnight on Friday 20 May.

Non-competitive sport, fitness and wellbeing sessions top Sussex students’ list of leisure activities

6 May 2016

Walking, cycling, group exercise, yoga, Pilates and the gym all rated highly as forms of exercise favoured by Sussex students, survey results show.

ITV search for EU students

6 May 2016

Over the next few weeks, ITV Meridian is covering the EU Referendum with a series of features looking at the views of various EU students.

MMR vaccination call following recent measles cases in university students

5 May 2016

Public Health England and Universities UK are asking students to check that they have had two doses of the MMR vaccine in the past

University of Sussex appoints Yvonne Roberts as inaugural Political Writer in Residence

4 May 2016

Yvonne Roberts, the prize winning journalist with the Observer, has been appointed as the University of Sussex’s first Political Writer in Residence.

How Leicester won the league – a psychological perspective

3 May 2016

University of Sussex psychologist Will Thomas, who researches elite team performance, on the psychology of Leicester's Premier League title win.

University of Sussex’s third Vice-Chancellor Sir Denys Wilkinson passes away on 22 April 2016

28 April 2016

Vice-Chancellor, Michael Farthing, pays tribute to Sir Denys Wilkinson, who served as the University’s third Vice-Chancellor from 1976 to 1987.

Disabled parking on campus

27 April 2016

The University of Sussex is committed to ensuring that all staff and students are able to freely access all locations on campus.

Geography student finds 2,000-year-old Native American spear and arrow points

26 April 2016

A student who took part in a field trip to Southern California has discovered 2,000-year-old Native American spear and arrow points.

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