Last week the SOAS Students’ Union held a referendum where students, academic staff and contract staff voted for their university to adopt an academic boycott of Israel. UJS unequivocally condemns the use of academic boycotts against Israel along with all other forms of BDS.
UJS supported Jewish students across the country to deliver a balanced debate on Israel-Palestine during Israeli Apartheid Week, an incredibly hostile and biased week of campaigning.
On 1st March 2015, 20 of the finest Jewish student quizzers gathered in Cambridge for the highly anticipated Jewniversity Challenge Final. Competing to become the Jewniversity Champions were: Bristol, Nottingham, St Andrews, London Egal and Cambridge who had an automatic pass to the final after winning last year.
Yesterday, Lord Ahmad, Communities Minister Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon met with a group of Jewish student representatives from Nottingham J-Soc to discuss their concerns and interests both on and off campus.
Last few days to nominate for the UJS 2015 Student Awards
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