Jake Bugg at Brighton Dome
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Jake Bugg at Brighton Dome

Matthew Nicholls - April 19, 2018

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News

SU Election coverage – Dead Slate: all women elected for third consecutive year at Sussex
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SU Election coverage – Dead Slate: all women elected for third consecutive year at Sussex

Jordan Wright - March 23, 2018

The results are in for this year's Students' Union election, which saw 30 candidates running to be the full-time elected representatives of the student body at Sussex.…

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Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra: Spring 17/18

Ketan Jha - March 23, 2018

Using his iPad to conduct while expertly running through the cadenzas, Howard Shelley’s dual role of conductor and soloist in a performance of Mendelssohn’s first piano concerto…

East Slope protestors had heating cut off and toilets removed during Occupation
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Campus News
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East Slope protestors had heating cut off and toilets removed during Occupation

Tom Robinson - March 22, 2018

Students occupying the half-built East Slope accommodation complex had their access to toilets removed, the heating shut off in sub-zero temperatures and a dog handler sent onto…

Sussex fails to show it increased fees to £9250 legally
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Campus News
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Sussex fails to show it increased fees to £9250 legally

Luke Richards - March 19, 2018

A year long investigation by The Badger into the way the University increased fees for continuing students over 2017/18 has left management failing to release any information…

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Live: National Demo at Sussex!

William Singh - March 15, 2018

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Amritsar: 99 years later and still no apology
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Amritsar: 99 years later and still no apology

William Singh - April 12, 2018

99 years ago on Friday, one British general marched his soldiers into an enclosed garden in the vicinity of the holy Golden Temple and sealed off the…

Should there be a more radical approach to SU politics?
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Should there be a more radical approach to SU politics?

Johnbosco Nwogbo - March 20, 2018

Yes Johnbosco Nwogbo There is a need now, more than at any other time, for the kind of radicalism and ambitiousness the Red Slate promises to bring…

Should students support the strikes?
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Should students support the strikes?

Johnbosco Nwogbo - March 14, 2018

Yes Johnbosco Nwogbo Universities are part of society. They don’t sit above society, nor do they transcend society. Problems in universities are de facto social problems. Lecturers,…

Comment Cast: On celebrities and politics- should they mix?
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Comment Cast: On celebrities and politics- should they mix?

Will Cronk - March 14, 2018

This week, Will sits down with Julian to have a chat about celebrities getting political. Thanks for listening!

Why we should be talking to our nans about politics.
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Why we should be talking to our nans about politics.

Tess Michaels - March 13, 2018

Whenever I visit my nan, I always find a copy of the Daily Mail on her coffee table, and more often than not Farage complaining about immigrants…

Jeremy Corbyn is (still) not very good
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Jeremy Corbyn is (still) not very good

Edward Bains - March 7, 2018

After last June’s General Election results, it would be tempting to view Jeremy Corbyn as some kind of political genius. A victorious underdog and master communicator who…

Features

For students, where does work end and rest begin?
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For students, where does work end and rest begin?

Lucy Pegg - April 17, 2018

Print Production Editor Lucy Pegg examines the difficult balance between work and rest for students. In an environment that blurs the line between productivity and recreation, can…

Academic Armchair: ‘Cinderella, you shall go to the ball”: a conversation with Ketan Jha
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Features
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Academic Armchair: ‘Cinderella, you shall go to the ball”: a conversation with Ketan Jha

Devin Thomas - March 23, 2018

In this week’s edition of the Academic Armchair the Features team sat down with Ketan Jha, an associate tutor of Sussex Law School. Alongside his work in…

Academic Armchair: Sexual Subjectivities within Neoliberalism
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Academic Armchair: Sexual Subjectivities within Neoliberalism

Devin Thomas - March 9, 2018

In this week’s edition of the Academic Armchair, we talked with former Sussex researcher and current graduate student in the school of Sociology Robyn Long about her…

Long Read: The Badger’s Tickell interview revisited amidst UCU strikes
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Long Read: The Badger’s Tickell interview revisited amidst UCU strikes

Freya Marshall Payne - March 8, 2018

In the wake of the UCU strikes, The Badger's former Editor, Freya Marshall Payne, revisits her 2016 interview with the then-new Vice-Chancellor, Adam Tickell. She explores how…

Brexit and future tech
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Brexit and future tech

Luke Richards - March 6, 2018

With a close eye trained on Brexit and contemporary Britain’s place in a fast-changing world, Science Co-Editor Luke Richards makes clear his opinion on how our nation…

Long Read: Media and University have failed students on UCU strikes
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Long Read: Media and University have failed students on UCU strikes

Tom Robinson - February 26, 2018

There has been a lot of confusion and anger surrounding the strikes. The Tab has been dominant in forming the student media narrative, yet their reporting has…

Lifestyle and Culture

Interview with Chris Watson: Take a trip to No Man’s Land this spring
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Lifestyle
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Interview with Chris Watson: Take a trip to No Man’s Land this spring

Louisa Streeting - April 6, 2018

Sound recordist, Chris Watson, spoke to The Badger about his new installation piece featured in the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts until 13 April 2018. From…

Brighton’s craft beer festival returns in April for third year
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Lifestyle
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Brighton’s craft beer festival returns in April for third year

Louisa Streeting - March 28, 2018

Brighton will become the hub of craft beer in more than a dozen pubs from April 27-29. The Brighton Tap Takeover returns for a third year bringing…

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The profound experience of community outreach

Charlotte Brill - March 9, 2018

This special girl, living in rural Zambia amidst wild animals and infested waters, has had a particularly difficult life. Like many children in Zambia, Joy is an…

Representing the People: Review
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Lifestyle
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Representing the People: Review

Louisa Streeting - March 9, 2018

Recognising the centenary of the Representation of the People’s Act and International Women’s Day, The Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts invited four alumnae of Sussex University…

Science

Cambridge Analytica: did Facebook share your personal data?
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Cambridge Analytica: did Facebook share your personal data?

Luke Richards - April 14, 2018

The last couple of weeks have been tough for Facebook, as it reels from the public scrutiny it has received over its lackadaisical protection of personal data.…

Young blood promotes brain regeneration
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Young blood promotes brain regeneration

Nikolaos Manesis - March 28, 2018

On the "growing old is natural" vs "it should be medically reversed" debate, vampires have crossed the picket line from the get-go and scientists have just proven…

The educational psychology of children with autism
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The educational psychology of children with autism

Nikolaos Manesis - March 28, 2018

The scientific field of educational psychology studies the relationship between learning processes and the individual differences in cognitive development, motivation and intelligence. The majority of children are…

Biohacker regrets own biohacking: CRISPR done wrong?
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Biohacker regrets own biohacking: CRISPR done wrong?

Luke Richards - February 27, 2018

Aaron Traywick, 28, could well claim to be the world’s most notorious ‘biohacker’, that is, a do-it-yourself biologist, looking for new ways to do things with biology…

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Sport

Sussex Women’s Rugby on brink of invincible season
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Sussex Women’s Rugby on brink of invincible season

Patrick Isitt - March 14, 2018

Sussex Women’s Rugby 1st team are on the brink of an unbeaten, title-winning season in the South Eastern 2A division, following a remarkable eight wins from eight…

Sussex Cup to replace varsity
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Campus 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
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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
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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…