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Around 140 international students and their families descended on Falmer Bar for a traditional festive meal on Christmas Eve.
A new cash machine is to be installed on campus this week, on the ground floor of Bramber House.
Nearly 150 Sussex students will start the new year in a new home on campus, with the completion of the final phase of the Northfield residences.
The University of Sussex has submitted the formal planning application for a revised masterplan to cover the future development of campus.
The University has confirmed it is not changing financial support to students, despite a reduction in national government funding for scholarships.
Sussex Estates and Facilities - the new partnership between Interserve and the University – takes up its responsibilities on 1 Jan.
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.
Prof. Stephen Shute gave evidence to the Public Administration Select Committee regarding the reported fall in crime in England and Wales.
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.
An entrepreneurship workshop, delivered by the Sussex Innovation Centre for Sussex students and graduates, has been recognised for its 'high impact'.