Union of Jewish Students

UJS looks for new staff

February 3, 2011

Dedicated and hardworking graduates are being sought to work for the new UJS administration.

Applications have opened for positions including developing JSocs officer, London officer, campaigns director, public affairs officer, London officer and membership activities officer.

The team will work with new UJS chair Daniel Grabiner when he takes office in July.

The deadline for applications is February 11, with interviews taking place in the week commencing February 21.

To see what jobs are available, and to apply, visit the UJS website.

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NUS president subjected to antisemitic abuse

By Marcus Dysch, January 31, 2011

The president of the National Union of Students (NUS) was the target of antisemitic abuse as he attempted to speak at a student fees protest.

Aaron Porter, who is not Jewish, was escorted away from the demonstration in Manchester last Saturday as protesters chanted “Tory Jew scum”.

The Union of Jewish Students has condemned the abuse, which is thought to have been started by a group of five to 10 protesters before others joined in.

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UJS weekend away in Bournemouth

January 19, 2011
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More about the next UJS Shabbaton on February 4.

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All our yesterdays: Life on campus

January 6, 2011

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On this day: the JC in history here

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UJS vote Daniel Grabiner as new president

By Jennifer Lipman, December 2, 2010

Daniel Grabiner has been elected as the new president of the Union of Jewish Students.

The 21-year-old, who ran on the slogan “Grabiner - Making UJS current”, won by 258 votes to 90. Students from more than 30 campuses took part in a nationwide election roadshow.

The Leeds University Economics and Politics student will take over from current president Alex Dwek in July.

Mr Grabiner said he was “elated and still in shock” at his win.

“I’ve been thinking about this for so long – I can’t believe it’s actually happening.”

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Who will win? It is time for you to decide...

November 25, 2010

Jewish students face a tough choice when electing their new leader this week.

Daniel Grabiner is, in many ways, the consummate candidate: Experienced in leading a large JSoc, plugged into the national political scene, and with an impressive list of contacts across the campus spectrum.

His efforts in Leeds and the obvious strength of his candidacy point towards someone who has prepared for the role for years.

He would undoubtedly be a safe pair of hands and would be comfortably capable of continuing the work of Adam Pike and Alex Dwek.

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The battle to be new UJS president

By Marcus Dysch, November 25, 2010

Marcelle Jennings

Age: 21
Course: Sociology
Uni: University of Sussex
Slogan: Putting the 'U' back into UJS

What will you do differently if elected?

While I will focus more on individual JSocs instead of basing development on a largely regional basis, I will also continue with a lot of the great initiatives set up by the existing UJS team. I want to continue their work on "widening the debate", reclaiming the word Zionism, and the work towards helping graduating students with their career network forum.

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Juefa Cup 2010

By Jennifer Lipman, November 15, 2010

Some highlights of the action at the annual Jewish student football competition.

Send in more photos from the Juefa Cup to campus@thejc.com

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Student rage at union chief’s views

By Marcus Dysch, November 5, 2010

The Union of Jewish Students has called for a student union president to resign after making apparently antisemitic remarks.

Clare Solomon, a religion student at the School of Oriental and African Studies, claimed that the persecution of Jews had been fabricated to justify attacks on Palestinians.

She was elected as president of the University of London student union earlier this year.

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There's always something to do

By Josh Colman, November 4, 2010

London is a city like no other. With world class universities, job opportunities, history, culture and nightlife, it's a great place to live and study. As for Jewish life, London students are spoilt for choice.

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