Campus Notebook: October 4, 2013
Israeli band Hadag Nahash
Fresh from playing at the brand new JW3 in London, top Israeli hip-hop band Hadag Nahash performed for over 200 students at events organised by UJS in Birmingham and Leeds, and then made the trip to Manchester to perform an intimate acoustic set and be interviewed on National Student Radio.
SUCCAH CITY SLICKERS
Four top lawyers told a succah full of budding advocates what law they would like to change. The event, a UJS Q&A at Berwin Leighton Paisner’s Succah in the City, featured Anthony Julius, the JC chairman and former lawyer to Princess Diana, who said he would like a higher limit for points on his driving licence. Solicitor Eve Salomon said she would reform Sod’s Law, while, more seriously, crossbencher Lord Pannick and BLP senior partner Harold Paisner cited the rules on assisted suicide as in need of redress.
A GREAT PEACE OF DESIGN
Interior architecture student at Leeds Metropolitan Julian Wogman is having his work shown at the Hepworth Wakefield gallery. His design turns the old mill next to the gallery into a peace-themed museum built around a central staircase, “creating unity”.
NO BLUES IN OXFORD
Oxford Brookes JSoc at the Freshers' Fair
It was all smiles for Oxford’s new chaplain Michael Rosenfeld-Schueler as he attended his first Freshers’ fair with (l-r) UJS’s Georgina Bye and Brookes JSoc president Natalie Cirsch. Michael and his wife Tracey have named their new-born son Oriel — no connection to the Oxford college apparently.