Student petition demands accommodation action
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News, Top Stories
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Student petition demands accommodation action

Jordan Wright - December 4, 2017

A petition was recently handed in to the Housing Office by student residents at King’s Road, one of multiple off-campus residencies provided by the University of Sussex.…

Dear white liberal students present at the UK BLM talk,
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Comment, Opinion
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Dear white liberal students present at the UK BLM talk,

Johnbosco Nwogbo - November 27, 2017

It was such an encouragement to see so many of you at the UK Black Lives Matter talk held on campus on 7th November, 2017. It suggested…

How is the University of Sussex helping combat electricity shortages in Zimbabwe?
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Features, Top Stories
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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. It controls the small, banal things like…

The Tories are pretty darn evil if you ask me
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Comment, Opinion
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The Tories are pretty darn evil if you ask me

Johnbosco Nwogbo - November 3, 2017

Johnbosco Nwogbo I think that a party that accepts and defends our present social and economic order, and sees no point in asking fundamental questions about it,…

Is there enough academic representation at Sussex?
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Comment, Opinion
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Is there enough academic representation at Sussex?

Will Cronk - October 25, 2017

Next time you log on to study direct, download your reading list and gaze despondently upon the various texts, ask yourself this: how many of these academic…

How can Sussex students ensure their campus is safe?
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Features, Top Stories
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How can Sussex students ensure their campus is safe?

Roisin McCormack - October 6, 2017

In light of the alleged harassment of DragSoc members leaving a social, Roisin McCormack investigates what our University’s students can do to ensure our progressive legacy lives…

First Night Freshers Film Fix
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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First Night Freshers Film Fix

Sophie Coppenhall - September 15, 2017

The Badger will be bringing you all some jolly good film and television recommendations throughout the coming academic terms. To keep you going until the work commences,…

High hopes for Sussex’s student sport clubs after last year’s success
Freshers 2017, Sports
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Freshers 2017, Sports
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High hopes for Sussex’s student sport clubs after last year’s success

Patrick Isitt - September 12, 2017

Finishing only five points short of a top 40 place, Sussex ended the 2016-17 year in their highest ever position in the BUCS league table, sitting 41st…

No Varsity events for 2018
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Campus News, News
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No Varsity events for 2018

Lucy Pegg - August 4, 2017

Varsity sports events will not go ahead in 2018, following violence that broke out this past year. The news comes after concerns about the future of the…

Rent cuts for three accommodation buildings
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Campus News, News
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Rent cuts for three accommodation buildings

William Singh - August 2, 2017

Rent prices are to be cut for three on-campus accommodation buildings, the University has announced. Lewes Court (Phase 1 flats), Park Houses and Park Village will all…

The era of the UK’s political ambivalence is over
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Features, Top Stories
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The era of the UK’s political ambivalence is over

Devin Thomas - July 13, 2017

British politics is undergoing such intense flux that everyone, even those completely removed, has been forced to take notice. This election has been a kind of awakening…

LIVE: General Election 2017
National News, News
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National News, News
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LIVE: General Election 2017

Remel Crichlow - June 8, 2017

 The Badger is live blogging the General Election. Our base is in East Slope Bar, from where we shall be bringing you news of Sussex's every reaction…

Election 2017: Solomon Curtis Interview
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Top Stories
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Election 2017: Solomon Curtis Interview

Glenn Houlihan - June 6, 2017

With the most subversive election in recent memory reaching its climax, The Badger caught up with the Labour Candidate for Brighton Pavilion Solomon Curtis to debate his…

Head of School of Life Sciences steps down
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Campus News, News
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Head of School of Life Sciences steps down

Luke Richards - May 31, 2017

Award-winning Professor Laurence Pearl is stepping down as Head of School of Life Sciences after more than 8 years at its helm. He is leaving the position…

Sussex shows solidarity with Manchester following terror attack
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Campus News, National News
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Sussex shows solidarity with Manchester following terror attack

Daniel Green - May 23, 2017

More than 30 people attended a candle-lit vigil on campus this afternoon to pay their respects to the victims of a terrorist attack at a concert in…

The Big Debate: It is selfish to focus disproportionately on terror attacks in the West
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Comment, The Big Debate
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The Big Debate: It is selfish to focus disproportionately on terror attacks in the West

Devin Thomas - April 12, 2017

Agree Devin Thomas In a world of increased connectedness and supposed solidarity, the fact that terror attacks that occur closer to home are still so much more…

Students scorn School of Life Science
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Campus News, News
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Students scorn School of Life Science

Luke Richards - April 5, 2017

Several disgruntled students have spoken out at their disappointment with the Life Science department with damning comments on how it is run. These students told The Badger of…

Update on ‘Three blind mice and human with lung cancer’
Science & Technology, Top Stories
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Science & Technology, Top Stories
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Update on ‘Three blind mice and human with lung cancer’

Daniel Stuart - April 3, 2017

Back at the start of term, the Badger brought to you the exciting news of a breakthrough in the research of CRISPR techniques from the Salk Institute…

Westminster attacker was Sussex graduate
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Campus News, National News
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Westminster attacker was Sussex graduate

Daniel Green - March 29, 2017

The attacker in last week's terrorist attack in Westminster was a Sussex student twenty years ago, Vice-Chancellor Adam Tickell has revealed. In an email to all students,…

Energy subsidies: more harm than good
Science & Technology, Top Stories
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Science & Technology, Top Stories
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Energy subsidies: more harm than good

Kate Dearling - March 27, 2017

Sussex researcher calls for a rethink on energy subsidies, highlighting their financial and environmental costs No student enjoys paying the electricity bill; it seems an extortionate expense…