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A student celebrates graduation with her four-legged friend.

Record numbers of graduates

More than 3,800 finalists from 104 countries celebrate in style

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Summer Graduation 2018: From opera singing to black holes

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Climate change will only affect the economic growth of world's poorest nations

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The Prodigal Tongue

Lynne Murphy, Professor of Linguistics at Sussex, explains why she wrote The Prodigal Tongue, a wry examination of the welcome and unwelcome influences and exchanges in language between American and British English...

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Our University 

University of Sussex joins Stonewall Diversity Champions programme

3 August 2018

By joining the LGBT charity’s programme, Sussex hopes to create an inclusive and accepting campus environment for all students, staff and visitors.

University of Sussex brings a splash of colour to Brighton & Hove Pride

1 August 2018

More than 80 students, staff and alumni will be celebrating Brighton & Hove Pride on Saturday (4 August) by taking part in the Pride Community Parade.

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Our people

Trump’s nation state foreign policy risks taking the world back a century to pre-World War powder keg

10 August 2018

Donald Trump is marching global politics back more than a century to the tinder-box tensions that ultimately led to two world wars, historian warns.

Boris comments legitimises Islamophobic sentiment says "burqa ban" challenge legal advisor

10 August 2018

A human rights expert has criticised Boris Johnson claiming his comments on women who wear burqas “legitimise Islamophobic sentiment”.

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Our research

Department of Mathematics congratulates winner of the world’s most prestigious maths prize

6 August 2018

Professor Figalli is a winner of the prestigious prize and is a research co-author of Dr Filippo Cagnetti, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at Sussex.

Bin the bug spray now: New study shows EU pesticide ban is failing to protect suburban bee populations

24 July 2018

Bees living in suburban habitats are still exposed to significant levels of pesticides despite a EU ban on neonicotinoids on flowering crops.

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