About Falmer Magazine
Falmer is the University of Sussex’s annual magazine, produced by the Development and Alumni Relations Office.
Falmer is currently available in digital format and is shared widely within our community of alumni, staff, students and friends of the University.
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We’re always keen to hear readers’ views of the magazine and welcome suggestions for articles, alumni news and photographs, although publication cannot always be guaranteed due to space and resources.
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You can also download Falmer [PDF 13.9MB]
Falmer issue 56 - 2019
Children’s mental health, Mandela’s legacy, Google’s Elizabeth Churchill, our eighth sense, secrets of the Royal Pavilion, alumni news and nightlife memories
Falmer issue 55 - 2018
Marina Mahathir, Simon Segars, Ophelia Lovibond, quantum computing, sensory interactions and sustainable development
Download Falmer 55 [PDF 5.5MB]
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The Falmer team
Editor: Sally Atkinson. Copy Editor: Julia Zaltzman
Contributors: Jacqui Bealing, Rachel Dyson, Dame Lesley Fallowfield, Laura McDermott, Rachael Miller, Ruby Moore, Tony Moore, Peter Newell, Joshua Valters, Molly Whyte.
Proofreading: Michael Edmonds, Matt French, Maja Prausnitz, Emma Wigmore.
The University would like to thank and credit the following for the use of photographs and illustrations:
Marc Brenner (Bertie Carvel in Ink), Matthew Andrews (Doris Lessing), Rosie Powell (Jaamil Olawale Kosoko), Maurice Foxall (Jonathan Harvey), Shutterstock 10–11, 26–29, 31, 32, 37, 48, iStock 19, 33, 34–36, 38–39. Other images have been supplied by University partners, staff and alumni or their representatives. All other photography by Stuart Robinson, University of Sussex. Every effort has been made to trace the holders of copyright. The University regrets any unwitting infringements of copyright and would be pleased to hear from copyright holders. Views expressed in Falmer are those of the contributors and not necessarily those of the University. While every care is taken to ensure accuracy, we cannot be held responsible for information originating outside the University.