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A Pole Dancing Marathon: My Training Diary
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Jonny Garwood - May 18, 2019

When I first contemplated pole, in my head it was a space for thin people. People who had danced before, could do incredible feats and only wore…

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On April 1, the University of Sussex Students’ Union Council voted in favour of holding a referendum on adopting a plastic-free policy initiative. The referendum was called…

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Couples wanted for ‘kinky’ TV show

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Fans of lifestyle and reality TV rejoice. Brighton television company Crackit Productions, has announced that they are looking for participants for a new TV series. They are…

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Saltdean Brexit S.O.S.

Jessica Hubbard - April 13, 2019

Artist Duncan McKellar organised a living art installation  come protest at the end of last month. ‘EU S.O.S.’ saw hundreds of people, brandishing mirrors, gather at White…

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Pronoun badges for Brighton school children

joelrenoufc - April 12, 2019

Children in secondary schools across Brighton and Hove have been given the choice to wear pronoun badges for the first time ever. The badges – which can…

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Broadly speaking on studying abroad

Lilly Subbotin - May 7, 2019

Studying abroad always brings about certain expectations and to be honest, most of them have nothing to do with studying. Instastories of my peers built up the…

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UK museums: beyond the history

Jasmine Edmonson - May 7, 2019

Museums are time capsules that allows us to interact with the past, engage in the present and acknowledge the technological advances of the future. However, majority of…

‘What Men Want’: The sexual encounter at the film’s heart is rape, not comedy
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‘What Men Want’: The sexual encounter at the film’s heart is rape, not comedy

Ellie Doughty - April 12, 2019

Essentially, What Men Want was a movie following the life of a determined, if a little obnoxious, career woman who prioritises work over everything before learning the real…

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Jasmine Edmonson - April 10, 2019

The continuous over-sexulisation women face in society is sickening and must end. 21-year-old Emily O’Connor was supposedly targeted by Thomas Cook Airlines for wearing a crop top…

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Turin: A Short Guide to Life Outside the Box

Rachael Naylor - April 9, 2019

Ever wanted to go beyond the traditional italian facade? Delve into somewhere new through this guide to Turin,  a new destination for your future travel plans. Since…

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Keeping up with Brexit

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Feeling precarious about Brexit? So are we, which is why we thought to shed some light on the enigma that is Brexit... After discovering firsthand the consequences…

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Sussex Pink Week

tallulahfirefly - April 25, 2019

In the run up to Sussex Pink Week, The Badger Features Editor Tallulah Belassie-Page caught up with Ana Schiller to talk about the group’s plans for the…

Hyphenated Identities: Internationality in the ‘Hostile Environment’
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Hyphenated Identities: Internationality in the ‘Hostile Environment’

Alex Leissle - April 10, 2019

If there is anything the last three years of political near-phantasmagoria has proven, it is that British society, whatever or wherever that is, is obsessed with identity.…

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Dinner digs: roast edition

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As the days are getting a little longer and brighter and the flowers are starting to bloom, spring is somewhat in the air. However, the comfort you…

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alainareschka - March 18, 2019

With the constant rain and cold winds, you may rather stay in and eat as opposed to weathering the rain as spring approaches. Sure, you can order…

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Getting Inspired by ‘Sustainable Gifting’

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We caught up with those inspired by our last edition’s ‘Sustainable Gifting’ article. See below for inspiration and to see what was crafted by our readers As…

Paws For Thought
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Paws For Thought

katenewts - March 15, 2019

In the midst of university mayhem, many students may find it difficult to de-stress, relax, and take a few minutes for themselves. Finding the time to get…

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Maunder Music in Picturesque Ditchling
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Maunder Music in Picturesque Ditchling

Anonymous - March 27, 2019

This piece is the result of a collaboration between Media, Film, and Music at Sussex University and Ditchling Museum. Ditchling, East Sussex - a picturesque village nestled…

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The Global Calendar

beckitceditor - March 18, 2019

March 2019: International Women’s Month the celebration of women’s contributions both throughout history, and now. March 17th: St Patrick’s Day A celebration on the traditional death date…

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The increase in female travelers explained

Rachael Naylor - March 18, 2019

The rise of female independence can be experienced in many ways, one of which being able to travel solo. With travel being more accessible and affordable there…

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Cultural Bite

alainareschka - March 18, 2019

St. Patrick’s Day is coming soon, so that means you better be wearing your green. This dish may not be green, but it’s from the land of…

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Pub(lic) Science: A ‘Banging’ Submission

Sabrina Edwards - April 4, 2019

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…

Science
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Conservation team finds a Valentine for lonely frog

Rachael Naylor - April 4, 2019

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,…

All aboard the brain train?
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All aboard the brain train?

Rachael Naylor - April 2, 2019

Elliot Tebboth With the growing popularity of Brain Training Apps it is important to ask the question - Do they work? On consulting the available evidence it…

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Where did youth come from? Where will youth go?

Remel Crichlow - 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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Racism: Why is it still an issue in football?
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Racism: Why is it still an issue in football?

James Cohen - May 20, 2019

The seemingly perpetual battle with racism within football, somehow took a turn for the worst in the past few weeks with several instances highlighting the severity of…

Leeds United: Risen from the Ashes?
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Leeds United: Risen from the Ashes?

James Cohen - May 19, 2019

By Jonny Garwood Formed in 1919, Leeds United FC is a club with a long, vibrant and tangled history. Supporters will know the club for its historic…

Tottenham Hotspur: New Stadium, New Era?
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Tottenham Hotspur: New Stadium, New Era?

James Cohen - May 19, 2019

By Jonny Garwood This week could not get much better for Tottenham Hotspur fans. After moving into the revamped White Hart Lane with a thrilling opening ceremony,…

A Pole Dancing Marathon: My Training Diary
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A Pole Dancing Marathon: My Training Diary

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