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Aleph - Spring 2023 Edition!

The Spring 2023 Edition of Aleph is available now to read online. You can read the magazine in full here

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UJS Convention and Conference 2022-23

UJS held its annual Convention that saw almost 400 Jewish students from across the UK and Ireland come together for an exceptional and fun-filled weekend of learning, discussion, debate and celebration of all forms of Jewish life.  


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Edward Isaacs Is The New UJS President For 2023-24

Jewish students across the UK and Ireland have elected Edward Isaacs as the new UJS President for the 2023-24 academic year!

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NUS Report

Find out more about UJS’ response to the publication of Rebecca Tuck KC’s report into antisemitism in the National Union of Students.

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Presidential Elections 2022-23

With our UJS Presidential elections underway the UJS website has EVERYTHING you need to know! From our candidates to the full timeline for the next few weeks!

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Holocaust Survivor Week November 2022

Sarah and Guy reflect on their experiences of Holocaust Survivor Week

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UJS' Response To NUS President Dismissal

The National Union of Students (NUS) has concluded a disciplinary investigation into its President. NUS has chosen to dismiss their President Shaima Dallali. This decision follows an initial independent investigation by Rebecca Tuck KC.  

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The Old New Journal

In this editorial, Joel Rosen introduces the first edition of Aleph in decades. You can read Aleph here.

In The Gates of the Forest Elie Wiesel concludes that “God made man because he loves stories”. I decided to bring Aleph, the magazine of the Union of Jewish Students, back into print, after a few decades in hibernation, because a new generation of Jewish students has stories for the rest of us.

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Grappling with Leviticus

The following was written by Jodie Franks, who is our Head of Programming and Sixth Form Development and LGBTQ+ ally. Jodie studied Classical Civilisation, and wrote her dissertation on gender roles in the ancient world.

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