More than 700 Jewish students braved the snow to attend the annual Booze for Jews club night in Leeds organised by the university JSoc.
DJing on the night were Galaxy FM’s Michael Blades and Jewish favourite DJ Dan Hills.
Partygoers also marked Chanucah by eating doughnuts provided by Jeneration.
Around 50 members of the FZY year course programme visited the Israeli town of Sderot, near the border with the Gaza Strip, to find out about life under the constant threat of rocket fire.
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More than 100 people attended a fundraising event in London on Sunday in aid of the University Jewish Chaplaincy.
Former students of universities around Britain as well as chaplains from Nottingham, London, Oxford and Cambridge enjoyed an evening of sushi, cocktails and magic.
Some highlights of the action at the annual Jewish student football competition.
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Pictures from the Chief Rabbi's tour of UK universities.
Nearly 600 students attended the four talks, in Birmingham, Nottingham, Leeds and Manchester, on the subject of the role of faith in modern Britain.
More than 650 Jewish students arrived in Birmingham for the annual JSoc Booze for Jews party. Photos: Simon Solts
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Jewish students at Nottingham University got to know the bars and pubs around the city centre at a Jewish Society bar crawl.
More than 120 students enjoyed a walk round town and a free shot at the annual JSoc fresher’s bar crawl.
The event, held on October 13, was sponsored by Jeneration.
Ollie Tenzer, Nottingham JSoc president, said: “It was extremely successful and a great continuation to a fantastic start of term.”
Nottingham’s Chabad rabbi Mendy Lent and his wife Brocha hosted more than 120 student for their second annual “Sushi in the Succah” event.
Rabbi Lent said: “What is it with Jews and Sushi?”
He also went door to door around Nottingham’s student houses with a lulav and etrog and put up a portable Succah on campus.
He said: “It drew dozens of students, and there was a lot of interest from non-Jews who were fascinated.”
It's that time of year again. The new university term has begun and JSocs around Britain have organised activities and events to welcome the Jewish students of 2010.
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