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Refurbished Bridge and Dhaba cafes to reopen in new year

19 December 2013

The Bridge and Dhaba cafés, which closed on 6 December for a refit, will reopen in the new year with new signage and new menus in place.

Crime statistics were "manipulated", says Head of LPS

18 December 2013

Prof. Stephen Shute gave evidence to the Public Administration Select Committee regarding the reported fall in crime in England and Wales.

Race car students quick off the mark with donation to Help for Heroes

17 December 2013

A war hero dropped in to campus on Fri (13 Dec) to pick up a cheque for £106 – raised by engineering students competing in a national car race.

Student enterprise workshop recognised for ‘high impact’

12 December 2013

An entrepreneurship workshop, delivered by the Sussex Innovation Centre for Sussex students and graduates, has been recognised for its 'high impact'.

Sussex community pays tribute to Nelson Mandela

12 December 2013

Staff and students heard about the University of Sussex’s longstanding links with South Africa at a tribute event on 11 December for Nelson Mandela.

Sussex online journal calls for papers on 'boundaries'

11 December 2013

Interdisciplinary journal Excursions invites submissions that engage with a variety of interpretations of the concept of boundaries.

Travel for a tenner on Lewes Road

11 December 2013

From Sat (14 Dec), students and staff with a smartphone can travel to and from campus along Lewes Road’s new bus lanes for a whole week for £9.99.

Disciplinary processes continue as University lifts student suspensions

9 December 2013

The University has today (Monday 9 December) lifted the suspensions and exclusions that were placed on five students on Wednesday (4 December).

Do booze-free campaigns work? Sussex psychologist to evaluate Dry January

9 December 2013

Dry January 2014 will be independently evaluated by Sussex psychologist Dr Richard de Visser.

University starts disciplinary process over persistent disruption of campus

5 December 2013

Disciplinary processes begin over serious disruption of campus by occupations characterised by intimidating behaviour, theft, damage and violence.

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