Full Discussion with Little Green Pig
Arts
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Full Discussion with Little Green Pig

Kate Dennett - November 12, 2018
New Poets Take to the Stage at Hi Zero
Arts
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New Poets Take to the Stage at Hi Zero

Roxana Xamán Mc Gregor - November 8, 2018
Poets Wow Crowds at The Haunt
Arts
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599 views

Poets Wow Crowds at The Haunt

Alice Gledhill - October 25, 2018
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Brighton and Beyond

Rachael Naylor - October 24, 2018
589 views

The best breakthroughs of 2018 thus far

Sabrina Edwards - October 22, 2018
Johnny English Fails to Strike Again
Arts
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634 views

Johnny English Fails to Strike Again

Alice Gledhill - October 18, 2018
Sexual assault in the US government
Comment
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596 views

Sexual assault in the US government

Tom Robinson - October 17, 2018
What’s ACCA-ning?
Arts
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653 views

What’s ACCA-ning?

Emma Nay - October 16, 2018
Review: Journeying with Grace Nichols
Arts
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754 views

Review: Journeying with Grace Nichols

Kate Dennett - October 12, 2018
University of Sussex Joins Libraries Week
Arts
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740 views

University of Sussex Joins Libraries Week

Kate Dennett - October 6, 2018
Oscar Jerome at The Hope and Ruin
Interview
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713 views

Oscar Jerome at The Hope and Ruin

Alex Leissle - October 4, 2018
Why we should all embrace drag
Features
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850 views

Why we should all embrace drag

Chris Ahjem - October 3, 2018
In Conversation with Alannah Myles
Arts
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1852 views

In Conversation with Alannah Myles

Anastasia Konstantinidou - October 3, 2018
Brighton Needs You!
News
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709 views

Brighton Needs You!

Anonymous - September 28, 2018
Books Every Fresher Should Read
Arts
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908 views

Books Every Fresher Should Read

Anonymous - September 19, 2018
France in Fine Fettle
Sports
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747 views

France in Fine Fettle

Anonymous - September 17, 2018
Dive into Brightonian Culture
Arts
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817 views

Dive into Brightonian Culture

Sorrel Linsley - September 17, 2018
Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?
Arts
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893 views

Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?

Anastasia Konstantinidou - September 15, 2018
Homelessness in Brighton: An Olympic Disaster
Culture
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Culture
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Homelessness in Brighton: An Olympic Disaster

tallulahfirefly - November 16, 2018

In a 2011 article the BBC reported that homelessness had nearly doubled in the last year. But what sparked this…

BAME Representation: Darren Chetty and Lacking Representation in Literature
Books
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Books
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BAME Representation: Darren Chetty and Lacking Representation in Literature

Mollie Lindsay-Bush - November 16, 2018

  I came across Darren Chetty, a teacher and author based in London, when reading the 2016 Readers Choice Award…

Blood and Cups: Breaking the Period Taboo
Features
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Features
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Blood and Cups: Breaking the Period Taboo

Billie-Jean Johnson - November 15, 2018

In Bolivia it has been believed that disposing of menstrual pads with other rubbish could lead to sickness or even…

STOPTOBER
Culture
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Culture
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STOPTOBER

klaratgbengtsson - November 6, 2018

A short letter on the reality of staying sober as a student, in recognition of STOPTOBER season Many of you…

Freshers’ Week from a second year perspective
Campus News
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Campus News
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Freshers’ Week from a second year perspective

Chris Ahjem - October 9, 2018

Annually, the University of Sussex welcomes thousands of new students to our Falmer campus and every year the Student’s Union…

Why we should all embrace drag
Features
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Features
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Why we should all embrace drag

Chris Ahjem - October 3, 2018

Once an art form disregarded by many, 2018 bears witness to the continuous rise of drag as a legitimate, celebrated…

Student research happening at Sussex
Features
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Features
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Student research happening at Sussex

Nikolaos Manesis - May 1, 2018

(Image source: Flickr, Pixabay, Wikipedia) Another academic year is coming to a close and with it, the last edition of…

For students, where does work end and rest begin?
Features
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Features
855 views

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…

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

Academic Armchair: Sexual Subjectivities within Neoliberalism
Features
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Features
1059 views

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…

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

Brexit and future tech
Features
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Features
896 views

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…

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

Academic Armchair- iObjectify: self- and other-objectification on Grindr
Features
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Features
780 views

Academic Armchair- iObjectify: self- and other-objectification on Grindr

Devin Thomas - February 23, 2018

The Badger Features Team interviewed Sussex’s Yasin Koc about his work on the psychological factors behind Grindr. He posits that…

Women’s suffrage 100 years on: what’s changed?
Features
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Features
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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…

Oscars 2018: how progressive are Hollywood’s most prestigious awards?
Features
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Features
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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…

It’s finally time to abolish the monarchy
Features
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Features
1635 views

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…

Academic Armchair: Vulva la resistance: Dublin’s sixth march for choice
Features
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Features
1374 views

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,…

Academic Armchair: Queering Brexit
Features
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Features
756 views

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…

How is the University of Sussex helping combat electricity shortages in Zimbabwe?
Features
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Features
1053 views

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.…