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Academics and MPs denounce cuts at Sussex

The Badger - February 1, 2010

Britain's higher education system is recognised across the globe as a gold standard, second only to the US. Eighteen of our universities rank in the world's top…

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A rejection of the claims levelled against the campaign to boycott Israeli goods.

The Badger - February 1, 2010

Towards the end of last term and throughout the winter holidays, a certain group has made their views clear regarding the referendum proposing to boycott Israeli goods…

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The Careers and Employability Centre Speaks

The Badger - February 1, 2010

Henry Degnin’s opinions, expressed in ‘I’m talking ‘bout money money’ (Page 8, The Badger, 18.10.2010) raise some very important questions about the expectations students may hold about…

Vote for Charlotte, not Charlatans
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Vote for Charlotte, not Charlatans

The Badger - February 1, 2010

[caption id="attachment_6882" align="alignleft" width="403" caption="Charlotte Vere campaigning in September with environmentalist, and controversial ‘non-dom’, Zac Goldsmith. (Photo Charlotte Vere)"][/caption] Let me begin by saying how the recent…

A word from the wise: a testament to the daily good work done at the Student Advice Centre
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A word from the wise: a testament to the daily good work done at the Student Advice Centre

The Badger - January 25, 2010

[caption id="attachment_6660" align="alignright" width="290" caption="Drug addiction is just one of the many issues leaving some students crying out for much needed help. (Photo: Andres Rodriguez)"][/caption] "This is…

An open letter from Sussex School of English Students
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An open letter from Sussex School of English Students

The Badger - December 10, 2009

[caption id="attachment_7403" align="alignleft" width="290" caption="Sussex School of English Students Against the Cuts (SSEAC) "][/caption] We, the students of the School of English, wholeheartedly oppose the University Management’s…

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Faculty speak out against the cuts

The Badger - December 9, 2009

A selection of the overwhelming number of responses we have received... "The VC, Michael Farthing, came to Sussex two years ago on a ticket of growth and…

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Management says your student welfare just doesn't cut it

The Badger - December 3, 2009

In the recent proposals 11 out of 16 Student Advisors are to be made redundant. I am a Student Mentor and part of the Arts mentoring service…

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Unfair punishment sounds alarm bells

The Badger - December 8, 2008

Last week a curfew was imposed on a politically active student for his involvement in an action drawing attention to the operation of military interests through an…

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Look further next time

The Badger - December 1, 2008

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a topic of interest to many students at Sussex, while others couldn’t care less. It’s also a topic consisting of an endless debate…

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The system’s broke: it’s time to fix it

The Badger - December 1, 2008

“AGM motions ‘fail’ to represent students’ views.” This was the headline which, along with a friendly-looking pie chart, jumped out and grabbed my attention in last week’s The…

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The AGM, the NUS & the way forward

The Badger - November 24, 2008

Sussex’s Annual General Meeting is always good fun, despite the boring initial procedures, the confusion, and the long hours of sitting on a wooden floor (perhaps an…

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Liberal thought is not a waste of time

The Badger - November 17, 2008

Spluttering on my fair trade coffee last week I was astonished to discover that I inhabit a perilous ‘liberal bubble’ which is slowly lulling me into a…

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Judgement day is every day at Sussex

The Badger - November 10, 2008

The exclusion of certain students from visiting stalls at the Grad fair is nothing other than direct, personal discrimination. The stalls affected included Brighton and Hove Council,…

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East Slope: not a actually a ‘slum’

The Badger - November 10, 2008

Throwing yourself completely into university life must, to some people, be a bit like diving head first into in to a snake pit. I felt a bit…

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Think global, act local

The Badger - October 27, 2008

Your correspondent says the Education Not for Sale campaign “caters to the desires of a relatively small number of people in the developed world,” and suggests we…

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Smash EDO, not your credibility

The Badger - October 17, 2008

A militant left-wing group that disbanded three decades ago re-entered the public consciousness this month when Sarah Palin accused Barack Obama of “palling around with terrorists.” Obama…

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Education Not for Sale – a response

The Badger - October 17, 2008

In reply to your article, "E.N.S - Education Not for Sale - An Overview", I would like to point out two oversights. The first concerns the importance…

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Resisting an EU Conquest

The Badger - October 17, 2008

Dear Brits, I am calling out to defenders of the realm. Especially to students whom we need so badly in our fight against oppressors of freedom -…