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The Big Collab: Should Newspapers Encourage Controversy?

By Charlotte Berry and Yesenia Mahe Darlington Why Opinion Sections Thrive by Stirring the Pot Should student newspaper opinion sections stir up controversy? It’s like adding hot sauce to your…

The Influence of Cancel Culture on Accountability: Progressive or Problematic?

In the era of hashtags, retweets, and viral memes, cancel culture has taken centre stage, turning the digital landscape into a rollercoaster of public reckonings. Cancel culture, a phenomenon rooted…

An academic’s response to the Vice-Chancellor

The following open letter to the university Vice-Chancellor was sent to The Badger. We are happy to publish it as indeed we are always happy to publish letters written by…

Tuition fee rise fiasco: confusion continues

Sussex is set to raise tuition fees for all continuing home and EU undergraduate students as well as new students in 2017/18. However, to students without a thorough understanding of…

Why student journalism is important

I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was a young child; the desire to be a journalist came later, when I began to see injustice and privilege around me…

Brighton and Hove travellers face eviction and growing stigma

The travelling community has received a lot of media attention over the last 18 months. The Brighton and Hove Green Party have had to take various forms of action to…