Cuts, occupations, strikes, suspensions, demos and even riot police. The last academic year at Sussex had it all. This week, one student activist offers a retrospective account of 2010-11 Laying out the Objective to The[...]
Last Friday I went to London to help defend a Westminster University student who was summoned to a disciplinary panel over his alleged role in a March occupation. It’s a familiar situation for Sussex students,[...]
Following the occupation at Sussex House, in which a few senior members of staff effectively held their own occupation within that building by refusing to leave without police escort, a number of students of high-profile[...]
Meetings have been held (and missed), decision-making groups set up, positions filled, petitions signed and poll results counted. The result? For better or worse, the University of Sussex is rapidly, drastically changing.
The reorganized selection process provokes Sussex academics The selection of the new Heads of Schools at the University has begun but the process has attracted fierce criticism from Sussex academics. Many are enraged by the[...]