Read news and features

Stay in touch with what’s going on at Sussex and elsewhere – and how it might involve you.


You can read Flint, an online Sussex magazine for students.

It covers things to do, tips for studying and advice from other students. You can also keep up with what’s been happening across campus.

Other sources of information

You can find out what’s going on locally and in the university sector in general.

  • The Student Room – follow discussions or topics trending among your peers
  • The Argus – keep up with local news, sport and entertainment
  • THE – monitor Times Higher Education to see what’s occurring at universities in general
  • The Guardian – check its higher education section for opinions and longer reads.

The UK has a national media organisation called the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), funded by the government.

You can read local BBC news and national news online for free.

You can also watch BBC programmes on your television or using iPlayer on your computer – but you must have a TV licence.

Tip: As a Sussex student you can read the Financial Times for free. Just use your Sussex email address to activate your online account and you'll receive a message to set your password.