Katie Tobin
Deputy Editor of The Sussex Tab

Sussex SU election results announced

Amongst the officers, there were two successful re-elections

‘Don’t complain, make a change!’: The Sussex Tab talks to Ally Goldberg

Ally already has Presidential experience with as the founder and former President of DragSoc

Adam Tickell says ‘dramatic change’ is needed to tackle bullying on Sussex campus

This follows a report published last August suggesting bullying dynamics had ‘become endemic to the Sussex culture’

‘Please help me’: Sussex student writes mental health plea in girls’ toilets

The graffiti says that university is ‘stressful and unsupportive’

An honest review of: London Road

Aldi and loads of pubs – need I say more?

Student housing in Brighton: How to avoid being ripped off

Uni is stressful enough without having to worry about landlords

Sussex SU cause outrage after replacing activist art with university-branded banners

Removing part of Sussex’s unique history has been met with criticism

Someone has made a book of East Slope photos

Viva la East Slope

‘Spit or swallow’ beer mats put in Sussex freshers’ welcome boxes

The campaign has been branded as ‘sexual harassment’

Two stabbings on The Level this morning

The incident occurred right next to one of the most popular student areas in Brighton

David Attenborough is coming to Brighton this October

And yes, he’s actually coming this time.

The Brighton guide to being more eco-friendly

Going green

So, what actually happens in Sussex consent workshops?

They’re always happening on campus – but what ARE they and why do they matter?

Meet Nasr M, the SU presidential candidate who didn’t actually know he was running

Ignorance truly is bliss

Over forty protesters are occupying new East Slope construction site

“We will be halting construction for as long as it takes to force management to meet our demands. No capitulation!”

Sussex SU plans to launch student-run co-op

Student run, student led housing – no more landlords!

I’m a student, and this is why I’m happy to give up my hours for the sake of my tutors’ pensions

Four weeks of disruption for us is worth it for saving our lecturers’ futures.

Sussex begins to move deadlines as a response to the strikes

The strikes have already caused immense disruption to students

Sussex student who was bottled in October raises enough money for treatment

Yehsung Kim was maliciously bottled in the face back in October 2017 and suffered extreme dental damage, including a broken tooth.

Sussex’s least expensive on campus accommodation will be replaced by the most expensive – and you should be very, very angry

East Slope will be missed in more ways than one