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Chris Ahjem - October 3, 2018
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France in Fine Fettle
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Anonymous - September 17, 2018
Dive into Brightonian Culture
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Oh, baby, baby, did you see Britney at Pride?
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The Largest Maternity Scandal in NHS History
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The Largest Maternity Scandal in NHS History

Becca Bashford - December 2, 2019

  By Angel Woo, Staff Writer. An internal report leaked by The Independent has revealed that at least 42 babies and three mothers died at Shrewsbury and…

So, who’s running for President in 2020?
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Becca Bashford - December 2, 2019

The U.S. presidential race feels crowded, messy and never-ending and it’s not even 2020 yet. This is The Badger’s guide to all the current Presidential candidates, who…

One Year On: The Gilets Jaunes Movement
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One Year On: The Gilets Jaunes Movement

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  By Venice Hancock, News Sub-Editor. It has been a year since French protesters, known as the “Gilets Jaunes” (Yellow Vests), appropriately named for their chosen attire…

More Medicinal Cannabis Products Legalised
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The US reverses policies on Israeli settlements
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The US reverses policies on Israeli settlements

Becca Bashford - December 2, 2019

  By Gemma Laws, Staff Writer. In a policy reversal, the Trump Administration has declared that Israeli settlements in the West Bank do not violate international law.…

Why We’re Striking: An Interview with Sussex Lecturers
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Why We’re Striking: An Interview with Sussex Lecturers

Becca Bashford - December 2, 2019

In a joint interview, Dr Nadya Ali, Lecturer in International Relations, and Dr Arabella Stanger, Lecturer in Drama, talk to our News Editor Becca Bashford about why…

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Vote Like A 4-Year Old Might
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leo2r - December 11, 2019

Words by Oscar Johnson   If we teach our children from the outset to help each other up and to share, why can’t we practice that in…

Should some reality TV shows be banned?
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Should some reality TV shows be banned?

Rebecca Spencer - December 4, 2019

The Big Debate is a regular Badger feature which brings the spirit of competitive debating to the printed page. Two writers tackle a contentious topic, representing polarised…

Elitist campus accommodation
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Elitist campus accommodation

Rebecca Spencer - December 4, 2019

By Eric Barrell With my tutors going on strike over casualisation and unequal pay, and my own struggles in cheap halls with near constant maintenance issues, I…

Let’s vote for manifestos, not idols
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Let’s vote for manifestos, not idols

Rebecca Spencer - December 4, 2019

By Issy Anthony - Comment Sub-Editor I want us to question how we look at politicians, and more specifically, political leaders. This is the first election I…

Monitoring our monitors
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Monitoring our monitors

Rebecca Spencer - December 4, 2019

Ruth Walters discusses the work of Sussex Sweatshop Free and their involvement with tech workers’ rights Sussex Sweatshop Free is a student-led campaign group working to raise…

Less work, more play: the 4 day week
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Less work, more play: the 4 day week

Rebecca Spencer - December 4, 2019

By Will Day With Labour’s proposal to implement a four-day working week, the concept of working less for the same pay has been thrust into the public…

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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

amjlee22 - November 9, 2019

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

amjlee22 - November 9, 2019

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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Protests in Hong Kong- an insight

amjlee22 - November 9, 2019

Dominic Cheung, a Hong Kongian student studying at Sussex, tells The Badger about what he witnessed at one of the peaceful protests in Hong Kong, and gives…

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Extinction Rebellion- the fight for our planet

amjlee22 - November 9, 2019

Protesters for social justice movements often talk about a moment of awakening when the true weight of the cause you are fighting for hits you. I had…

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Sussex Ranger Takeover
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Sussex Ranger Takeover

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By Rory Hinshelwood, Rosie Bettis, Zoe Taylor, and Max Morris-Edwards This week the team behind new-blog-on-the-block, Sussex Ranger hijack foodies focus to introduce their guide to student…

The evolution of iPod
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The evolution of iPod

vanessahtl - December 3, 2019

By Josh Talbot In the modern age of streaming technology, it is hard to imagine a time where there wasn’t an exhaustive library of songs literally at…

Brighton international eats
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Brighton international eats

vanessahtl - December 3, 2019

By Maaya Takata From vegetarian or vegan restaurants to cosy cafes for afternoon tea, from casual brunch to fine dining, Brighton offers various types of places to…

Cultural Bite – rice burger
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Cultural Bite – rice burger

vanessahtl - November 19, 2019

By Vanessa Hung   If you are getting tired of normal burgers and craving for Japanese food at the same time, the rice burger would be your…

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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…

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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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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?

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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UEFA: Racism in the ranks?
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UEFA: Racism in the ranks?

Rebecca Spencer - November 20, 2019

By Will Day - staff writer Monday October 4th, is a day that Tyrone Mings will never forget. His international debut, a day that should have been…

Whitehawk FC nominated in the sports awards 2019
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Whitehawk FC nominated in the sports awards 2019

Melissa Rosalind White - November 18, 2019

By Patrick Isitt In their final home game before the Sussex Sports Awards on Friday, Whitehawk FC comfortably saw off Whitstable Town in a 3-0 victory at…

First Man To Run a Marathon Under Two Hours
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First Man To Run a Marathon Under Two Hours

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?

James Cohen - November 4, 2019

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…

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