As many of us enter the season of excess and office parties, a Sussex psychologist is already looking ahead to the post-Christmas detox.
Sussex staff and students have begun paying tribute to South Africa’s former President Nelson Mandela, who died yesterday (5 December) aged 95.
Following that first Christmas, what happened to Bethlehem, the Palestinian settlement revered as Christ's birthplace?
The amount of funding available for doctoral studentships at the University has more than doubled over the last three years, latest figures reveal.
A Lecturer in Economics at the University of Sussex has won an international prize for a journal article on national identity and ethnic diversity.
Students who don't drink in social situations are perceived by others to be more socially competent than those who drink, Sussex research reveals.
Professor Louise Serpell has been named as one of Red Magazine's women of the year.
The pitch of male koalas’ mating calls is lower than it should be, given the marsupial’s relatively small size, research reveals.
ESW runs its second Leadership Development Course for the Government of Kazakhstan - and is joined by two Ministry representatives.
A Sussex Media Studies student is celebrating after winning Digital Journalist of the Year in the 2013 Guardian Student Media Awards.