Sally Nolan

Sally Nolan
Sussex University


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‘Honestly I feel kind of robbed’: Meet the Sussex students whose year abroad was cancelled by COVID-19

Get ready for some major TBT posts

All the Sussex things you’ve stopped doing now you’re home for summer

Mum can you get almond milk?

There’s a FREE music festival coming to Sussex campus

For all your festival-loving fun

The quirkiest bars in Brighton – Round 2

Get drunk in style

How to boss Mother’s Day in Brighton

Of course you haven’t forgotten

‘I love Sussex but there are a lot of things that we need to change’: The Sussex Tab talks to Filip Vasilijevic

He aims to tackle hate crime, student housing issues and aims to hold the university to their promises

We tried to spend 24 hours in Sussex library and got kicked out

We came, we saw, we almost conquered

Are you a Second Year granny?

It’s time to admit your fresher self is faded away

Everything happening in Brighton this February

Say goodbye to those January blues

What Brighton club or pub are you?

Find out your club destiny

Here’s all of the alcohol-free events happening at Sussex Freshers

Sometimes it’s nice to be sober

Rainbows, glitter and Britney: Here are some of our best pics from Pride

Feeling the love

Caroline Lucas is doing a local Q&A and you can go

Bae is coming

We spoke to the man who transformed a Brighton bus into a homeless shelter

A very different way to use a double-decker

This is the last week The Globe is open and here’s what’s happening

A fond farewell x

Here are the best places in Brighton to take your parents

This time you can be prepared

How a grim night out always unfolds in PRYZM Watford

They call it Grotty Watty for a reason