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An elephant is touring the campus and gate crashing lectures this week as part of a campaign to take the stigma out of mental health issues.
The University of Sussex has more than tripled its top scholarships for postgraduates to £10,000 for the 2015-16 academic year.
Sussex staff will explore the human brain, give a bee's eye view of the world, and demonstrate geometry with bubbles at a science festival next month.
The University of Sussex has been named as one of the 50 most international universities in the world.
Engineers have completed repairs to a broken boiler and temperatures are returning to normal as heat is re-introduced to the campus heating system.
The University has appointed Balfour Beatty Student Accommodation (BBSA) for the development and operation of new student accommodation at East Slope.
Merve and Abdulkadir Yılmazcan, graduating today (23 January), had tiny twins to look after but still gained a merit and distinction respectively.
Gardeners could make their space 100 times more attractive to bees, says Mihail Garbuzov, a PhD researcher who graduates this morning (23 January).
Pete Hurley, who graduates this afternoon (22 January) with a PhD in Astronomy, has turned a life-threatening illness into stellar success.