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First issue of Sussex Review online journal released

Sussex Review

The Sussex Review, a new online journal to showcase the best work from Sussex and BSMS students from all disciplines has been launched featuring essays on a wide range of topics.

It showcases pieces of work which have been assessed and received at least a 2.1, are engaging and readable and make their subject accessible to the wider campus community

The Sussex Review is a celebration of the diverse and exciting work going on across campus on a whole range of subjects.  

Juliette CuleJuliette, Students' Union Education Officer, said: "This has been a really exciting and positive project to work on. It has been so interesting to see the different work that is going on across campus, and inspiring to see students take pride in their work.

"I’d like to thank all the students who submitted work and supported me in this project - especially Sam Duthie, whose help and enthusiasm have been invaluable."

If you'd like to be part of the team running the journal next year please email education@sussexstudent.com

  

 

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