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TRAIN of thought

Whether it is a journey from Nottingham to Edinburgh, Finchley Road to Ruislip or just from A to B, train travel is something that we use regularly. Yet, in the UK, most notably in London it is almost a heinous crime of British tradition to talk to another person on the train, especially to someone you don’t know! Striking up a conversation with the stranger sat next to you is just something that doesn’t happen on a regular basis.

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Thoughts on Interfaith Week

My name is Sara and I am currently a student at Cardiff University. I am also the Treasurer of the Cardiff JSoc. I'm a huge supporter of and very passionate about interfaith here in Cardiff. I believe that interfaith unites us and brings us together in terms of our similarities rather than our differences.

In Cardiff, there is an accessible and welcoming Chaplaincy who is always open to everyone and anybody. Every Tuesday they serve £1 lunches and every Friday there is a drop-in cafe. These small events allow you to meet and interact with people from all faiths, ask questions in a safe and supportive environment.

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UJS meets new Universities Minister

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A Level Results Day: Our Secret Tips!

As A Level Results day is approaching we wanted to share some of our Top Tips ahead of this important occasion.

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UJS meets with new Communities Secretary

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UJS statement on release of University of Essex Report into the Experiences of Jewish Students and Staff

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Leaving blog – Hannah Rose, UJS President 2018-2019

When I started at the University of Bristol in 2014, I remember saying to my sister that when it came to J-Soc, I wasn’t sure. Either I would do nothing, or I would do everything. 5 years, 3 Summits, 4 UJS Conferences, 5 NUS Conferences, and at least 50 UJS lanyards later, it’s quite clear which one I chose.

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UJS Hosts Annual Israel Student Awards

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Getting involved in something bigger - Dana Winter

I am writing this on my last day as part of the UJS Sabbatical Team 2018-2019. I can’t believe it’s been 10 months (to the day) since we had our first Chazon session, since I moved to London and embarked on this year of adventures.

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March of the living 2019 - Rebecca Lewis and Dana Winter

As part of our role as UJS Sabbatical Officers, we received many different opportunities throughout the year to support our students. One of these opportunities has been our recent trip to Poland, to participate on March of the Living as part of the student bus.

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About UJS

We are the voice of over 8,500 Jewish students, spanning 60 Jewish Societies (J-Socs) on campuses across the UK and Ireland. We are traditional, progressive, cultural and spiritual; we come from the left, centre and right and can be found across religious and political spectrums.

Together we create and deliver powerful campaigns; fighting prejudice, advancing inclusion, and inspiring education and action on the issues that matter to us. 


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