Two members of staff feature in a photo exhibit at Brighton railway station that celebrates the role of young carers in supporting family members.
In all weathers Jaci Driscoll, plant specialist for Sussex Estates and Facilities, can be found on the Sussex campus tending to the flowerbeds.
Feylyn Lewis was 11 when she began caring for her mum. Now, as a research fellow, she is looking at the needs of today’s young carers.
There was barely a cloud in sight last Sunday (24 February) when students ran the Brighton Half Marathon in aid of multiple charities.
The University commits to doing even more for its community, responding to new report highlighting huge amount of civic activity in higher education.
Brighton People's Theatre have announced a year-long programme in partnership with Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts and other organisations.
The season of performance, music, cinema, discussion and debate is in collaboration with academics at the University of Sussex and cultural partners.
Researchers organised and took part in a free event about dementia to share important work from their labs with 100 members of the public.
This show about motherhood, heartbreak and finding inner strength will mark the first time that ACCA has been a host venue for Brighton Fringe.
An event on campus on Wednesday 6 February will reflect on what happens when people are driven out of their homes because of persecution.
Sussexsport will be holding a food and clothing charity collection for Brighton and Hove's food banks, and for The Red Box Project.
Sussexsport is running activities for children during the upcoming Christmas holiday, between 20-21 December.
A blue plaque to commemorate a Brighton suffragette has been unveiled on a University-owned student residence.
First World War centenary commemorations culminate on Remembrance Sunday, but for doctoral student Jenny Flood the reflections are far from over.
Please join Research and Enterprise for their annual community giving event this year to help older people who are alone at Christmas.
Wildlife-loving Sussex students helped to clear a local beauty spot of litter and debris.
After decades of believing two substantial works of art by his father were lost, Nicholas Skeaping has finally met them at the University of Sussex.
The Sussex law department has scooped the national Citizens Advice ‘Advice Project of the Year’ award with Citizens Advice Central and South Sussex.
Forgotten Surrealists Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff are back in the limelight, thanks to a new exhibition co-curated by Dr Hope Wolf.
Sussexsport has a range of activities for seven-12 year olds running throughout the upcoming school holidays.