Poppy Wootton, Commercial Marketing Manager for the Students' Union, describes how she gets that 'lived-in look' for the student bars and spaces.
Sussexsport's One World Week activities are not to be missed this March.
Brighton Festival 2019 will be celebrated on campus and in the community.
A festival celebrating an extraordinary 12th-century abbess takes place at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, 6-10 February.
USSU president Frida Gustafsson took part in a government-funded initiative to counter antisemitism in universities.
A blue plaque to commemorate a Brighton suffragette has been unveiled on a University-owned student residence.
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.
As the autumn term gets underway, the University of Sussex Wildlife and Conservation Society are stepping out.
An iconic Henry Moore sculpture once graced the University of Sussex landscape. Whatever happened to it?
When Lord Olivier, Sir Dirk Bogarde and Noel Coward graced the stage of graduation.
Among the new initiatives at the University of Sussex is a family room in the Library, where parents can study while their children play.
“I don’t know what I’d have done without you” say those who have visited the University of Sussex’s free law clinics.
Sussex alumnus Simon Greenman returned to campus to inspire current MBA and business students in their quest for successful entrepreneurial futures
Beyond Boxes exhibition at The Keep features voices and diaries of Brighton's homeless and Lewes prison inmates.
Jacqui Bealing joined Will Glasson of the SU's Wildlife and Conservation Society to look for the signs of spring on campus.
The University of Sussex's Winter Graduation ceremonies take place next week and the University will be awarding two new honorary degrees.
The University's Go Greener initiative is an opportunity to lead by example, energy experts agree.
The political economist and University of Sussex honorary graduate argues the case for the "unalloyed truth".
Clothes and homeware designer John Rocha describes his journey from a high-rise in Hong Kong to the height of haute couture.
Rev Chris McDermott, University of Sussex Lead Chaplain, talks about how to cross religious boundaries.