“Sussex tumbles down,” reports The Guardian, as we plummeted 24 places in their latest set of university rankings. Allow me to illustrate our fate in the league tables with this simple graph:
Early evening update: Pro-Vice-Chancellor Claire Mackie has issued a press-statement in which she says, “It’s lots of people’s fault but not mine at all in any way.”
Since I’m well known as an impartial analyst in these matters, I was invited by the BBC to offer my opinion, which I gladly did: you can hear my radio interview below. Be sure to listen to it before the injunction!
Sadly they played The Song, and I will now be sued for thousands of pounds for music copyright infringement, not to mention being hunted down by Michael Farthing and John Duffy.
Meanwhile, because I have a punishing schedule of exams followed by summer-long youth-leading, this will probably be my last blog post this academic year (this was my penultimate one, by the way – guest-writing for Changing the Board). It’s been a pleasure; I wish all my readers an enjoyable summer break, and I’ll be back in the autumn!
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