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Jude Whiley - November 11, 2019

  In Waves, Trey Edward Shults portrays a 21st Century African-American family in an intense and redeeming narrative that explores masculinity, family, and isolation. Formed of two parts…

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Is Quantum Supremacy really a step for tech-kind?

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Another Brexit extension, and a General Election

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Political unrest rattles the streets of Chile

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Pro Catalan Independence protests continue in Spain

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  By Angel Woo. Protests began in Catalonia on 14 October following the conviction of Catalan separatist leaders, after it was announced that the independence vote was…

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Landlord from hell: Sussex student says “know your rights”

Becca Bashford - November 4, 2019

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Protests in Latin America: Explained
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Protests in Latin America: Explained

Rebecca Spencer - November 6, 2019

By Laura Rodríguez Peña Latin America has been a region historically oppressed by its own leaders. Even after colonisation, the upper classes tended to monopolize power causing an…

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Should cosmetic surgery be banned?

Rebecca Spencer - November 3, 2019

**Warning some people may find the following image disturbing** The Big Debate is a regular Badger feature which brings the spirit of competitive debating to the printed…

Germany: Economy or Environment?
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Germany: Economy or Environment?

Rebecca Spencer - November 3, 2019

By Rosanna Weber In Germany, more than one million school strikers have participated in Greta Thunberg’s Fridays For Future (FFF) climate protests. Greta Thunberg’s movement gained massive…

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Halloween for the modern Pagan

Rebecca Spencer - November 3, 2019

By J Day When you think of Halloween, what do you see? Spiderwebs, pumpkins, skeletons, sweets, children. As a Pagan, it means something quite different to me.…

The Brexit Truth: Misinformation,  Manipulation and Mogg
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The Brexit Truth: Misinformation, Manipulation and Mogg

Rebecca Spencer - November 3, 2019

By Max Morris-Edwards It’s been three years since the referendum on whether the UK should remain in the EU. Let that sink in. Three years. Do you…

Monogamy: is the instinct extinct
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Monogamy: is the instinct extinct

Rebecca Spencer - November 3, 2019

By Isaac Hallé With over a third of marriages ending in divorce, polygamous ‘open’ relationships on the rise and expectations of modern commitments constantly evolving. Is it time…

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Risky Raves- the highs and lows of party drugs

amjlee22 - November 9, 2019

What are party drugs: Party drugs are recreational drugs such as MDMA, Ketamine, and cocaine, taken to enhance people’s experiences at clubs, festivals, and parties. All party…

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LGBTQ+ discrimination in the workplace- what does the US Surpreme Court have to say?

amjlee22 - November 9, 2019

It is always a fear of mine that when I fill out an application for a job, that when I get to the anti-discrimination section and enter…

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Protest art- The Lennon Walls in Hong Kong

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John Lennon, the famous singer, peace activist and icon of freedom was assassinated on 8 December, 1980. People from around the world commemorated his death. Shortly after…

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Decolonise Sussex

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Authors: Shriya Lakshman ( English and History, 3rd year) and Roxane Lavanchy( MA International  Relations)  Decolonise Sussex: aims and origins  Decolonise Sussex is a student-led campaign dedicated…

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Day tripper’s spotlight – Hastings

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By Maaya Takata There is more to this town on England’s Southeast coast than the 1066 Battle of Hastings. Set between hills that reach to the sea,…

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By Vanessa Hung We all know Brighton is one of the most vegetarian-friendly places in the UK. Nowhere else can match a variety of vegetarian or vegan…

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By Joshua Talbot November 5: Lewes Bonfire Night- If you haven’t any plans for bonfire night- providing you have fully recovered from the spooky carnage that was…

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We are still here. Public Science continues into the new year, but with a moderate and welcome change. This week we have a submission. Fulfilling both Elliot…

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Conservation team finds a Valentine for lonely frog

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Sabrina Edwards An internet famous, critically endangered, single-and-ready-to-mingle amphibian found an optimal candidate for his first mate this month, just in time for Valentine’s Day. The frog,…

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Where did youth come from? Where will youth go?

Sabrina Edwards - March 7, 2019

Sabrina Edwards, The Badger’s Science Editor, looks at the context and organization behind one of the largest climate protests in recent history as well as what’s next…

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Melissa Rosalind White - November 10, 2019

By Sonaili Vasta  Marathon history was made on Saturday the 12th when Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge became the first person to run a sub two-hour marathon.  Kipchoge crossed…

VAR: Shambles or a System in need of Time?
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VAR: Shambles or a System in need of Time?

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By Max Kilham V-A-R. From one week to another these simple consecutive letters cause polar opposites for fans across Europe. Either complete and utter misery, or pure…

A Hint of English Success – Rugby World Cup 2019
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James Cohen - November 4, 2019

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Andy Murray is back! (Nearly)

Melissa Rosalind White - October 21, 2019

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