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Westminster attacker was Sussex graduate

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, Mr Tickell said…

NSS yes: Engineering students brush off boycott

Engineering students have chosen not to boycott the National Student Survey (NSS), a University spokesperson confirmed. The spokesperson said: “students within the Engineering department are choosing not to boycott the…

Courgette crisis: vegetable shortage hits Brighton

Reports of courgette, iceberg lettuce and broccoli shortages have been hitting the news over the last few weeks. Pictures of empty supermarket shelves have been doing the rounds on social…

Commuters to take DfT to court over trains

Rail commuters have launched a legal challenge against the Department of Transport (DfT) for their failure to deal with the ongoing dispute between Southern Rail and workers’ unions. More than…

Thousands protest Trump in Brighton

Over 2000 students and residents gathered in central Brighton to protest President Trump’s immigration policy which spilled out into an unplanned march shutting down the city centre, lasting into the…

Students and staff unite at education demonstration

Thousands of students and staff took to the streets of London to protest at the state of the higher education. In the biggest education demonstration since 2010. Up to 15,000…

Badger Live: 2016 US Election

The Badger is going to be running a live blog covering the US presidential election, live from East Slope Bar. Throughout the evening we shall be bringing you our analysis…