School of Media, Arts and Humanities - for students and staff

School news channels

In addition to the main University digital and social media channels, the School of Media, Arts and Humanities publishes its own dedicated news to help you keep up to date with what's going on. Make sure you don’t miss out on student opportunities, news, stories, and events.

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Instagram: Student stories, work in progress, advice and reminders for important events

Facebook: a mix of student and research news stories, forthcoming events, live broadcasts etc

Twitter: general and research School news

LinkedIn: professional and business orientated stories and news

YouTube: a mix of student and faculty created work

Unfortunately we are unable to promote individual fundraising, sponsorship or social activities on our channels. However you can tag the School in your own social media posts.

Newsletter and Events Bulletins

Media, Arts and Humanities News is the School newsletter, sent to your Sussex email inbox every other Friday during term time. In each issue, you'll find the latest news from the School (staff, student and alumni), staff profiles, new developments, awards and successes as well as information on opportunities.

Media, Arts and Humanities Events is a weekly email bulletin, sent to your Sussex email inbox every Monday during term time. In each bulletin you'll see what events are happening in that week (and further beyond).

The Buzz is a fortnightly newsletter just for students in Media, Arts and Humanities. In each issue, you'll find information on study support, opportunities and other ways to get involved in School and university life. (See archive of past editions)

Research Newsletter - this is published monthly and is a source of information and support across the School for all things research-related. Audience - staff and doctoral researchers 

Doctoral Research Newsletter - this is published bi-monthly and contains items of interest to the postgraduate student community in the School. Audience - doctoral research students

If you’ve got a story to tell, some success to celebrate, or a project to highlight, please get in touch. We want to hear from you.