As you head to the pub to celebrate the end of exams, or pack up all your stuff and move back home for the summer, it’s time to celebrate, enjoy and reflect on what’s been a fantastic ...
One of the key findings of our research which has been conducted over the past few years is that Jewish students, just like all students, are worried about finding about a job after university. In fac...
Pesach is a time of year, where we seem to do things in fours! During the seder there's the four questions, four glasses of wine and four of my mum’s best kneidlach in my soup!
Pesach is nearly here. Many of us are dreading the copious amounts of the aptly named ‘bread of affliction’ we will eat on Seder night and the impact this has on our daily menu and life ov...
This is a transcript of what I spoke about at the Anti-Racism Anti-Fascism (ARAF) Conference yesterday.
I think the fact that we’re here today and sitting together proves that we’re all ...
Last week, I met with the UJS National Council in Nottingham, where they decided to incorporate a new core value into the work that UJS does.
This discussion was prompted by a motion passed at t...
Attention was back on the campus Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign last week when Oxford’s Student Union rejected a motion in support of a blanket BDS policy, a motion that would then h...
When I saw this article which states that according to Netmums; childhood for many children is over by age 12, I was quite shocked.
I started to think about childhood, adulthood, growing up and ...
International women’s day is today. I hear many of you asking why do we even need this day. What is the point? Isn’t this just some more feminist (insert chosen word to indicate that you t...
Each year, UJS runs a number of signature events. The idea being, that with a greater variety, we can appeal to more of our diverse membership. These events include: JUEFA Cup, UJS Summit, UJS Student...