By Simon Friend
September 26, 2008
As well as the much talked-about new state-of-the-art student centre in Euston, this week UJS moved its central offices from its longstanding base in Endsleigh Street to Camden Town. In addition to several stylish meeting rooms, a video-conferencing suite has been fitted for the umbrella organisation to be in touch with Jewish societies around the country, with the aim of “greater unity and integration when planning events and better communication when discussing issues”, according to UJS chair Adam Pike.
“The move to Camden will put the student organisation in the heart of a younger, more bohemian atmosphere that will hopefully make UJS more approachable than it has been before.” The new student centre is close to completion and is expected to open towards the end of next week.