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Union obliterates the debate – unwritten requirement used to shut down free speech debate
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Union obliterates the debate – unwritten requirement used to shut down free speech debate

Jordan Wright - April 27, 2018

Student society Liberate the Debate’s most recent event was cancelled over a lack of compliance with the Students' Union's (USSU) requirement for a neutral chair - a…

The 10 Worst Beatles Songs
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The 10 Worst Beatles Songs

Jed Grainger - March 25, 2017

Yes, we know that The Beatles are great. Yes, they are unarguably the most important band in musical history, achieved more in their brief period together than any band…

Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist
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Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist

William Singh - December 2, 2016

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Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better
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Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better

William Singh - December 1, 2016

Coffee is the single greatest consumable product. It’s responsible for the success of countless professionals. In fact, there’re at least a dozen scientific reasons why you should drink coffee every day.So…

The Big Debate: We need to privatise the NHS
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The Big Debate: We need to privatise the NHS

Fraser Coppin - March 1, 2017

In Favor Fraser Coppin When the words “privatization” and “NHS” are uttered in the same sentence, it’s not uncommon to see a look of horror and disgust…

The Big Debate: Should the House of Lords be abolished?
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The Big Debate: Should the House of Lords be abolished?

The Badger - November 12, 2015

Yes The House of Lords is the UK’s unelected second chamber. Before any legislation can become law in the UK it must be approved by the Lords,…

Is Lewes Bonfire racist?
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Is Lewes Bonfire racist?

The Badger - November 19, 2014

Lewes on Bonfire Night is a truly exciting, unusual, and overall fun evening that I have enjoyed now both years that I have been at Sussex (Despite…

In pictures: Technical staff strike over pensions
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In pictures: Technical staff strike over pensions

The Badger - October 10, 2008

Strikers picketed the entrances to the university campus. Several delivery drivers refused to cross the picket line as a show of solidarity. (more…)

Exclusive: first look at the new East Slope
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Exclusive: first look at the new East Slope

Jordan Wright - December 11, 2017

The Badger has had an exclusive first look at the East Slope show flat on campus, with the finished accommodation opening to students in September 2018. The new…

The Actor’s Nightmare – Review
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The Actor’s Nightmare – Review

Alison Collins - December 14, 2016

Written by Alison Collins Pictures by Alex Carter The Actor’s Nightmare, originally written by Christopher Durang and directed by Amy Daniels, portrays exactly what it promises: the…

Howard Pilott: “The environment will force the hand of the world”
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Howard Pilott: “The environment will force the hand of the world”

The Badger - December 3, 2015

It doesn’t feel like the setting for talk of revolution. It’s a rainy day in Lewes, and I’m sat in Howard Pilott’s large open plan kitchen as…

Sussex boycotts Israeli goods
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Sussex boycotts Israeli goods

The Badger - November 4, 2009

Last Thursday 29th October, Sussex students voted in favour of a Student Union boycott of Israeli goods. Turn out at the referendum totalled 1038 students; 526 votes…

Oliver’s Brighton: Harry Potter shop opens in North Laine
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Oliver’s Brighton: Harry Potter shop opens in North Laine

Lucy Pegg - November 16, 2017

Brighton’s North Laine has moved one step closer to becoming Diagon Alley with the opening of Oliver’s Brighton. The Harry Potter based wizarding shop opened last Saturday…

Catch the travel bug and visit 100 places Before You Die
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Catch the travel bug and visit 100 places Before You Die

William Singh - December 1, 2016

Traveling is more than just ridiculously fun, it is extremely educational.  Not only will you learn about the world outside of your comfort zone, traveling will open…

Our Plastic Oceans

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Our Plastic Oceans


Rosalind Henderson - October 17, 2017

More plastic in the sea than fish by 2050 if action is not taken In 1997, Charles Moore, an oceanographer and racing boat captain competed in a…

Exclusive: New East Slope £156.55 per week
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Exclusive: New East Slope £156.55 per week

Jordan Wright - February 7, 2018

New East Slope accommodation will cost £156.55 per week, £6,084 a year, The Badger can exclusively reveal. The new development, which is part of the University’s £750…

The master of suspense: why is Alfred Hitchcock still the most fascinating director of the twentieth century?
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The master of suspense: why is Alfred Hitchcock still the most fascinating director of the twentieth century?

The Badger - December 4, 2012

Sarah Betts Alfred Hitchcock. ‘Hitch’ to those he honoured with his regard. An icon of the world of cinema and a man of many names; ‘Master of…

The Crown Season 2: Review
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The Crown Season 2: Review

Veronica Heney - February 8, 2018

The Crown returned, and while there is less pomp and circumstance, there’s still plenty of scandal. Season 2 of Netflix’s juggernaut hit, chronicling the lives and loves…

There are only two types of women: goddesses and doormats
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There are only two types of women: goddesses and doormats

William Singh - November 8, 2016

Coffee is the single greatest consumable product. It’s responsible for the success of countless professionals. In fact, there’re at least a dozen scientific reasons why you should drink coffee every day.So…

The occupation in support of Luqman Onikosi was counter-productive
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The occupation in support of Luqman Onikosi was counter-productive

Harry Howard - March 11, 2016

On Friday 11th March, I went down to Bramber House to watch a gathering of approximately 200 other students protesting against the Home Office’s decision to deport…

Long Read: Media and University have failed students on UCU strikes
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Long Read: Media and University have failed students on UCU strikes

Tom Robinson - February 26, 2018

There has been a lot of confusion and anger surrounding the strikes. The Tab has been dominant in forming the student media narrative, yet their reporting has…