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Krater’s Valentine’s Day Special review

Daniel Green - February 21, 2018
State of Nature: Immersive political theatre
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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State of Nature: Immersive political theatre

Annie Pickering - April 7, 2017

This wasn’t theatre, this was an interactive evening in Utah with the State Governor, Merriweather, come terrorist which blew me away, literally, there is a terror explosion…

An academic’s response to the Vice-Chancellor
Letters
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Letters
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An academic’s response to the Vice-Chancellor

Freya Marshall Payne - February 27, 2017

  The following open letter to the university Vice-Chancellor was sent to The Badger. We are happy to publish it as indeed we are always happy to…

Trump Inaugural Launches Post-Normal Presidency
Comment, Opinion
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Comment, Opinion
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Trump Inaugural Launches Post-Normal Presidency

William Singh - January 23, 2017

It takes some bravado for a man who failed to win the popular vote by nearly three million votes, and who enters the White House with the…

The end of ‘the end of history’?
Comment, Opinion
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Comment, Opinion
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The end of ‘the end of history’?

William Singh - November 22, 2016

Francis Fukuyama’s now-infamous and much-derided proclamation of the victory of liberal democracy now lies in tatters. It is increasingly clear that the globalised economy has made many…

Big Debate: ‘Is globalism a failed project?’
Comment, The Big Debate
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Comment, The Big Debate
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Big Debate: ‘Is globalism a failed project?’

William Singh - November 21, 2016

Proposition Will Cronk Globalism is a wonderful force which does an extraordinary amount of good for an extraordinarily small number of people. The reason I describe it…

The Absurdity of Modern Politics
Arts, Culture
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Arts, Culture
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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…

Why the world will miss President Obama
Comment, Opinion
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Comment, Opinion
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Why the world will miss President Obama

William Singh - November 1, 2016

In the midst of an election which has morphed into a farcical contest between ‘no change’ and backwards change, it’s hard not to wonder what happened to…

Icelandic election shows politics at its best
Comment, Opinion
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Comment, Opinion
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Icelandic election shows politics at its best

Daniel Green - October 31, 2016

Unless you have had your head buried in the sand for the last three months (and if you have, I can understand why!), you would have seen…

Multicultural Britain must face up to its Identity question
Comment, Opinion
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Comment, Opinion
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Multicultural Britain must face up to its Identity question

William Singh - October 18, 2016

The subject of identity is far from an easy one. That is not to say merely that it is difficult to solve - that much is a…

EU Referendum: Sussex students say stay
News
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News
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EU Referendum: Sussex students say stay

Freya Marshall Payne - April 27, 2016

Students have voted to give Sussex’s Students’ Union (UUSU) the green light to campaign for the remain side in the upcoming EU referendum on June 23. 543…

Appearance is important on the political stage
Comment
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Comment
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Appearance is important on the political stage

Freya Marshall Payne - March 9, 2016

It’s something that most of us do in our everyday working lives. It’s something that was, on occasion, expected when we were children - with a little help…

The Politics of Student Life
Features
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Features
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The Politics of Student Life

Freya Marshall Payne - February 9, 2016

A selective study of student politics at The University of Sussex from its beginnings to the present day. Whether facing down tanks in Tiananmen Square or police…

The Paris Terror Attacks
Features
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Features
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The Paris Terror Attacks

Freya Marshall Payne - November 24, 2015

 William Crona delves deeper into the atrocities of last week.  Soon after 21.00 GMT on Friday evening, the French capital was subjected to a display of violence…

Is violent protest ever acceptable?
Comment
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Comment
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Is violent protest ever acceptable?

The Badger - November 17, 2015

Violence talks. Let’s face it, when people sit in streets, hold their banners and shout, a nice newspaper might write an article about them but no one…

The Big Debate: Should the House of Lords be abolished?
Comment, The Big Debate
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Comment, The Big Debate
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The Big Debate: Should the House of Lords be abolished?

The Badger - November 12, 2015

Yes The House of Lords is the UK’s unelected second chamber. Before any legislation can become law in the UK it must be approved by the Lords,…

The Boris Johnson factor
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Comment
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The Boris Johnson factor

The Badger - October 30, 2015

Why does Boris Johnson receive special treatment? The sight of a young boy flattened by Johnson during a game of touch rugby has recently gone viral. The…

Evolution and the ‘Bible Belt’: the US presidential election
Comment
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Comment
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Evolution and the ‘Bible Belt’: the US presidential election

The Badger - October 29, 2015

Are we really just a 6000-year-old race? The evidence piling against this idea is getting higher and higher by the decade, yet many key political and social…

The Big Debate: Should grammar schools be abolished?
Comment, The Big Debate
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Comment, The Big Debate
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The Big Debate: Should grammar schools be abolished?

The Badger - October 29, 2015

Yes   Should grammar schools be exterminated or expanded? EXTERMINATE! When I’m elected Prime Minister, on the biggest landslide result the nation has ever seen in the…

Jeremy Corbyn shot himself in the foot over Trident
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Comment
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Jeremy Corbyn shot himself in the foot over Trident

The Badger - October 20, 2015

The Labour conference this year was something of a surreal experience for me, having grown up in the New Labour years of perfectly crafted ‘managerial-like’ conference speeches, full…