Since three motions were passionately debated at UJS Conference 2013, and following this term’s political activity around Israel on campus, a number of students have been exchanging differing vi...
Over the last few days I have seen many articles written by students about how UJS and J-Socs should ‘do’ (or not ‘do’) Israel. I feel that it is now my turn to throw my two ce...
Approaching the end of my time as UJS Developing J-Socs Officer, there was only one place left on my checklist of places I needed to visit: th...
Last month was LGBT History Month and Jewish student and LGBT activist Yael Shafritz was invited to come and speak to members of Leeds J-Soc. Yael spoke about what it was like to be Jewish and LGBT. S...
UJS Conference 2013 saw Jewish students vote that “UJS should partner with European Jewish student unions to combat anti-Semitism on the Continent.”
Partnering with and supporting...
UJS are saddened to hear of the discord between students in Oxford regarding the Israel Society there.
UJS suggests students in Oxford and elsewhere seek to resolve their disagreement...
This year has been a combination of responsibility, fun, food, new faces and new opportunities.
When starting my job six months ago, I couldn’t have imagined how diverse and exciting the role w...
I’m very pleased that I can say something which many of my peers who have also recently left university would never dream of saying: my job is amazing. There, I’ve said it. No going back n...
Louis is a third year geography undergraduate at Oxford University. He has been involved in J-Soc since first year, organising many events, culminating in this year's Oxford J-Soc ball. Outside of J-S...
Max won J-Soc of the Year whilst on his committee as the Publicity Officer. Now as a fourth year student and worker for Hanoar Hatzioni, he is looking forward to rewarding those students who have been...