Campus news

Greek Orthodox priest launches King's College London's Israel Society

By Charlotte Oliver, June 18, 2014

King's College London's newly launched Israel Society held its first event last week, when Father Gabriel Nadaf visited campus.

The Greek Orthodox priest, who encourages Arab Christians to participate in military and national service, is a leading and sometime controversial voice in Israeli politics.

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Campus Notebook: June 6, 2014

By Charlotte Oliver, June 3, 2014

Rabbi in the mix

Student radio show JewkBoxOx had a special guest star last week while co-presenter Louis Trup (or DJ LTJ) busied himself with finals. Taking the mic alongside regular broadcaster Ben Goldstein was Oxford chaplain Rabbi Michael Rosenfeld-Schueler (pictured right), who, before he hosted Shabbat dinners, was a teenage DJ host in his home-town of Missouri.

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Campus Notebook: May 30, 2014

By Charlotte Oliver, May 29, 2014

Soak-ay for some

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Campus Notebook: May 23, 2014

By Charlotte Oliver, May 22, 2014

Quite the earful

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Campus Notebook: May 16, 2014

By Charlotte Oliver, May 16, 2014

Laters Liverpool

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Campus Notebook: May 9, 2014

By Charlotte Oliver, May 8, 2014

OY VEY, DJ

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Campus Notebook: May 2, 2014

By Charlotte Oliver, May 1, 2014

MIRIAM’S GIANT SEDER

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Jewish students get ahead at NUS conference

By Charlotte Oliver, April 15, 2014

Jewish students made their mark at this year's National Union of Students (NUS) conference, held last week in Liverpool, with a variety of activities that worked to strengthen the Jewish contribution to mainstream life on campus.

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Campus Notebook: April 4, 2014

By Charlotte Oliver, April 3, 2014

Work hard, play hard

Students who graduated from the Genesis course — Aish’s and JLE’s leadership initiative — were treated to a swanky dinner at the Hilton London Metropole Hotel. More than 300 guests enjoyed a lavish feast, before being entertained by magician Stephen Barry and crooner Eli Tamir.

Shamrock Shabbat

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Glitzy night out at the UJS 'Oscars'

By Mark Larah, April 3, 2014

“Dazzling”, “inspiring” and “where’s Ellen?” were just some of the phrases heard at the UJS awards night.

It was a glitzy affair with some 200 people — nominees, parents and guests — gathered at JW3 to celebrate the contributions to Jewish student life made by hundreds of JSoc committee members, activists, and educators throughout the year.

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