By Marcus Dysch, October 29, 2009
Jewish students are renowned for their positive activism, standing up not only for their own rights and to support Israel, but for other minority groups as well.
They should be applauded for their conscientious efforts.
But reporting their election hopes this week has, unintentionally, revealed a problem.
Senior figures at UJS, and individual students from campuses, contacted me with fraught pleas that the JC should not run the story. Many candidates initially asked to be included in the coverage before dropping out.