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Review: Sick Festival

Olivia Aujla - April 18, 2017

  Last week, SICK! Festival, which describes itself as “the antidote to the physical, mental and social challenges of life”, came to the University of Sussex for…

Interview: Cariad Lloyd
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Arts
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Interview: Cariad Lloyd

Jed Grainger - April 7, 2017

We interview Cariad Lloyd about her time at Sussex University where she discusses Lewes Court, slugs and tea drinking. Cariad Lloyd is one of the UK’s fastest…

Show Choir for I Heart Consent
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Arts
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Show Choir for I Heart Consent

Bianca Serafini - March 29, 2017

By: Sussex Show Choir This year in Show Choir, to show our appreciation for the I Heart Consent initiative, we are supporting the Survivors’ Network who aim to…

‘Anyone can do anything in drag’  An evening with the Sussex Drag Society
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Arts
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‘Anyone can do anything in drag’ An evening with the Sussex Drag Society

Mimi Diamond - February 21, 2017

On the 13th February Sussex DragSoc held their grand opening event, the first event ever hosted by the new society, and the results were dramatic, theatrical and…

Oshio Review – Korean Food in Brighton
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Arts
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Oshio Review – Korean Food in Brighton

Ketan Jha - February 8, 2017

Brighton has long suffered from a lack of Korean food. The lovely one-woman operation at the Open Market, KorPan, serves up great home-style classics. Namul does great…

Making A Murderer Talk, Mandela Hall: Can the Media Change a Case?
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Making A Murderer Talk, Mandela Hall: Can the Media Change a Case?

Bianca Serafini - February 4, 2017

Lawyers Dean Strang and Jerry Buting, from hit Netflix series Making A Murderer, arrived on Sussex campus to talk about one of the most extraordinary legal cases…

U.S. Colleges: Student Utopias or Microcosms of a Troubled Nation?
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Arts
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U.S. Colleges: Student Utopias or Microcosms of a Troubled Nation?

Rosie Dodds - November 2, 2016

By: Felix Thompson From first-hand experience, I can tell you it’s true, it’s all true. It’s just like in the movies. The American college experience really is…

Presidetial Debate Spoofs
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Arts
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Presidetial Debate Spoofs

Bianca Serafini - November 2, 2016

Every Presidential election gets a lot of media coverage, but this time around viewers actually broke audience records. The first Republican debate on August 4th — starring…

The Absurdity of Modern Politics
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Arts
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The Absurdity of Modern Politics

Miles Fagge - November 2, 2016

It is fair to say that we are living in troubled times. Not only troubled though, they are becoming increasingly absurd, this absurdity personified by Donald Trump…

Hot-lanta? My year abroad in Atlanta: Hip hop hub vs segregated city
Culture
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Culture
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Hot-lanta? My year abroad in Atlanta: Hip hop hub vs segregated city

Arizona Rodriguez - October 26, 2016

Atlanta’s presence in popular culture paints a very different picture from what I found to be the reality. The image that is sold by hip-hop music and…

Rise of the Champagne Student
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Arts
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Rise of the Champagne Student

Rosie Dodds - October 24, 2016

With the Which? University survey 2016 placing Sussex in the top four most politically active universities in the country alongside SOAS, Oxford and LSE; previous hurrahs such…

The Cow Restaurant Review
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Arts
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The Cow Restaurant Review

Rosie Dodds - October 24, 2016

Taking a break from the roast-dinner-rush of Sunday lunchtime, The Cow, a spacious bar/ restaurant in the heart of Seven Dials transforms their evening kitchen into a…

When To Rob A Bank: Review
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Arts
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When To Rob A Bank: Review

Bianca Serafini - October 3, 2016

In 2005 economist Steven Levitt and New York Times journo, Stephen Dubner, debuted Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. At first impression it…

Guess the Literature Quote
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Arts
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Guess the Literature Quote

Bianca Serafini - October 1, 2016

The Badger and Penguin Random House are offering 10 new copies of Stephen J. Dubner and Steven Levitt's new addition to the Freakonomics family: "Freaknomics: A Rogue…

The Best of Brighton
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Arts
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The Best of Brighton

Glenn Houlihan - September 10, 2016

Our Culture Editor, Rosie Seed, with help from Deputy Editor, Glenn Houlihan, put together a list of the eats and nights out to have in Btown during…

S**T FRESHERS SAY
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Arts
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S**T FRESHERS SAY

Daniel Green - September 10, 2016

Krista Osbourne. 18, Guernsey. History and Philosophy. Why did you choose to study at Sussex? “I chose Sussex because the university has such a good reputation and the…

Brighton’s Rhythmix nominated for Best Arts Project
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Brighton’s Rhythmix nominated for Best Arts Project

Bianca Serafini - June 29, 2016

Brighton’s leading music charity Rhythmix has been nominated for the Best Arts Project in the National Lottery Awards 2016 and for those of you who may be…

Conservative Politics vs. Youth Art
Arts
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Arts
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Conservative Politics vs. Youth Art

Freya Marshall Payne - April 28, 2016

For years the Conservative government’s relationship with youth culture and the arts have been fraught with fights between the state and young activists, fighting to protect their…

One World Sussex
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Arts
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One World Sussex

Freya Marshall Payne - March 31, 2016

On the 18th March, Sussex ACS Society (African and Caribbean Society) held Culturefest, an evening which hosted a variety of different talents and performances, from fashion design,…