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‘Paws for Pensions’ among strike event schedule
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Campus News, News
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‘Paws for Pensions’ among strike event schedule

William Singh - February 21, 2018

University of Sussex staff are hosting a full slate of events on strike days, including talks, teach-ins, and even a day to bring along your puppers. Members…

News
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Live: Students’ Union decides on UCU strike backing

William Singh - February 19, 2018

U.S.S.U-Turn: 54 students decide stance for 17,000
Campus News, News
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Campus News, News
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U.S.S.U-Turn: 54 students decide stance for 17,000

Jordan Wright - February 19, 2018

On Monday 19th February, the Students’ Union Council will vote on whether or not to support the national Univerity  and College Union (UCU) strike action that is…

Planned new Life Sciences building ‘axed’
Campus News, News
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Campus News, News
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Planned new Life Sciences building ‘axed’

Anonymous - February 16, 2018

The University of Sussex’s longstanding plans to construct a new Life Sciences building in the east end of the Science Car Park have been axed, The Badger…

Campus News, News
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News like Badger: Union U-turn over referendum to support strike action, new east slope and more

William Singh - February 16, 2018

In this news round up of the week, Will and Jordan catch you up on everything going on around campus. Thanks for listening, and tune in next…

Sussex Cup to replace varsity
Campus News, News
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Campus News, News
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Sussex Cup to replace varsity

Deniz Karaman - February 14, 2018

This April the University of Sussex Students' Union will be hosting the first Sussex Cup. The Cup has been organised to replace the annual varsity games that were…

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Comment Cast: Misogyny In Hollywood

Will Cronk - February 21, 2018

In the is episode, Will and Sophie discuss misogyny in film and tv. For more, pick up a badger around campus or read it online. Tune in…

Students need to support the UCU strike
Comment, Opinion
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Comment, Opinion
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Students need to support the UCU strike

Johnbosco Nwogbo - February 20, 2018

The question of whether or not the current UCU strike is justified is an easily settled one, if one took a broad view. According to the Joseph…

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Comment Cast: The US is leaving the Paris Climate Agreement- but does it really matter?

Will Cronk - February 16, 2018

In this episode Will and Julian debate whether or not the US leaving the Paris Climate Agreement really matters. Thanks for listening and tune in for more…

Why I hate the Oscars
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Comment, Opinion
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Why I hate the Oscars

Madga Calheiros Pinto - February 8, 2018

As the season of The Oscars approaches, we are once again reminded of the yearly furor that accompanies the ceremony. Over 30 million people sit in their…

Are these the final days of the NHS?
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Comment, Opinion
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Are these the final days of the NHS?

Will Cronk - February 8, 2018

A few nights ago I met a man who was working for a charity which provides care for people with brain injuries. Before this, he worked for…

The US is leaving the Paris Climate Agreement: but does it really matter?
Comment, The Big Debate
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Comment, The Big Debate
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The US is leaving the Paris Climate Agreement: but does it really matter?

Will Cronk - February 8, 2018

Yes Jonny Garwood On the 7th August 2017, America made clear its intentions to withdraw from the climate agreement enforced by Donald Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama. Having…

Features

Women’s suffrage 100 years on: what’s changed?
Features, Top Stories
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Features, Top Stories
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Women’s suffrage 100 years on: what’s changed?

Roisin McCormack - February 20, 2018

As it reaches a century since the defining moments of women’s suffrage, Roisin McCormack looks into how much things have really changed. Is a celebration of the…

Oscars 2018: how progressive are Hollywood’s most prestigious awards?
Features, Top Stories
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Features, Top Stories
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Oscars 2018: how progressive are Hollywood’s most prestigious awards?

Devin Thomas - February 13, 2018

In light of the recently revealed list of the 2018 Oscar Nominations, Features Editor Devin Thomas explores the extent to which we can say that we are…

It’s finally time to abolish the monarchy
Features
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Features
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It’s finally time to abolish the monarchy

Devin Thomas - November 27, 2017

Features Editor Devin Thomas explores the view that the time has arrived for the movement to abolish the British monarchy to become something more than a fun…

Academic Armchair: Vulva la resistance: Dublin’s sixth march for choice
Features
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Features
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Academic Armchair: Vulva la resistance: Dublin’s sixth march for choice

Devin Thomas - November 27, 2017

In this week’s edition of the Academic Armchair we talked with Ben Kasstan, Research Fellow in Social Anthropology at Sussex, about a recent article written for Huffington…

Academic Armchair: Queering Brexit
Features
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Features
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Academic Armchair: Queering Brexit

Devin Thomas - November 13, 2017

Seeking to increase analyses of how Brexit will affect lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer and other (LGBTIQ+) individuals, Dr Carmelo Danisi, Dr Moira Dustin and Professor…

How is the University of Sussex helping combat electricity shortages in Zimbabwe?
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Features, Top Stories
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How is the University of Sussex helping combat electricity shortages in Zimbabwe?

Natalia June Consumi - November 9, 2017

Electricity is often taken for granted by the Western culture. Yet without it, our day-to-day lives wouldn’t be the same. It controls the small, banal things like…

Lifestyle and Culture

Exploring Mumbai Street Food
Lifestyle
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Lifestyle
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Exploring Mumbai Street Food

Louisa Streeting - February 21, 2018

Mumbai is a place that assaults the senses; an array of smells you’ve never smelt before, vibrant colours, and constant noises from the surge of tourists and…

Making Care Leaver Voices Heard at Universities
Lifestyle
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Lifestyle
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Making Care Leaver Voices Heard at Universities

Sasha Khan - January 31, 2018

With universities being a melting pot of culture, it acts as a chance to learn the power of your own voice, and then how to use it.…

New term, new you: Four cheap and doable tips on how to get healthy
Lifestyle
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Lifestyle
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New term, new you: Four cheap and doable tips on how to get healthy

Alex Mason - January 31, 2018

While your friends in full-time employment saw January as a period of healthy life changes, you didn’t have that luxury. You were busy panic referencing, panic cramming,…

Beating Brighton’s Bike Bandits
Lifestyle
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Lifestyle
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Beating Brighton’s Bike Bandits

Alex Mason - December 19, 2017

It’s difficult to put into words the way your stomach drops when you go to grab your bike at the start of a long day and are…

Science

Your God is Not My God: Evolution as Fact
Science, Science & Technology
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Science, Science & Technology
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Your God is Not My God: Evolution as Fact

Daniel Simmonds - December 15, 2017

Evolution. It is a scientific FACT. Not a 'theory'. A theory in the scientific world is a specialist term to mean a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect…

Science Stunted?
Science
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Science
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Science Stunted?

Daniel Simmonds - November 20, 2017

  Has the march of progress halted, or is that just a misconception? There are a lot of myths in the world of science and medicine. I…

Sport

Sussex Cup to replace varsity
Campus News, News
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Campus News, News
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Sussex Cup to replace varsity

Deniz Karaman - February 14, 2018

This April the University of Sussex Students' Union will be hosting the first Sussex Cup. The Cup has been organised to replace the annual varsity games that were…

The Ashes: Test 2, Day 1
Sports
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Sports
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The Ashes: Test 2, Day 1

Patrick Isitt - December 3, 2017

Will Hainsworth on the first day of the second Ashes test... Afternoon Session  The first ever day/night ashes test got underway this morning: England won the toss…

First Ashes test: the review
Sports
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Sports
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First Ashes test: the review

Patrick Isitt - November 30, 2017

Our cricket writer Will Hainsworth with an extensive review of the first Ashes test... Day One The 2017/18 Ashes is underway and we were greeted not with…

Southgate must bring back excitement to England in the lead up to Russia
Sports
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Sports
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Southgate must bring back excitement to England in the lead up to Russia

Patrick Isitt - October 9, 2017

With qualification secured for next summer’s World Cup Finals in Russia, how will England fare after such a disappointing tournament last time out? Harry Kane’s last minute…

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