The new term got off to a flying start for Jewish students in Leeds, with more than 100 freshers joining the Jewish Society, a new kosher halls of residence, and the arrival of Aish "couple-on-campus" Rabbi Adam and Anna Ross.
The Union of Jewish Students has welcomed new legislation to tackle extremism on campus.
Universities must have risk assessment procedures for speakers and provide a counter narrative at events where those with extreme views are speaking, according to the legislation that came into effect this week.
A chaplain is usually a student's first port of call for a hot Shabbat meal or some religious advice. This year, the majority of universities begin term during the Yom Tov period, with some fresher's fairs falling on Yom Kippur and classes clashing with Sukkot.
Union of Jewish Students campaigns director Russell Langer has predicted a positive year ahead for students, despite the increased number of anti-Israel motions at student unions over the course of the last year.
Term has not yet begun for university students but Joseph Stoll, campus director of Israel advocacy grassroots group StandWithUs, is already organising a training conference and gearing up to counter an anti-Israel event at the London School of Economics.
For the 21-year-old master's student, who took on the role last November, combating anti-Zionist activity has become a full-time job
The racial awareness and equality campaign co-chair at Oxford University student union has come under fire for an allegedly antisemitic tweet.
Kiran Benipal was criticised by Oxford Jewish society earlier this week when she posted a tweet which read: “Loool what kind of Jews do you f**k with coz they don’t let a single joke slide b4 saying ‘antisemitism’.”