Cambridge airwaves are abuzz with chutzpah this month, with the launch of the student radio’s first-ever Jewish Hour, Hava Nagiggle. Every Sunday at midnight, budding JSoc DJs are taking over the mic for an hour of conversation and klezmer classics.
Campus JSocs come in many shapes and sizes, and for every longstanding society like Oxford’s, there is another that is planting its roots. But what are the leaders of the UK’s most burgeoning JSocs planning for 2014?
JSoc members: 30 President: Isaac Ansell-Forsyth, aged 19, studying psychology
Campaigns were launched this week for the top role in Jewish student politics, UJS president, with two third-year students in the running.
Ella Rose is studying history and politics at the University of Nottingham. She hopes to use her experience as JSoc’s Israel campaigns officer to drive UJS forward as a “grassroots, peer-led organisation”.