● Manchester JSoc’s annual Booze for Jews party attracted more than 150 students from across the country.
The event was one of a series of sessions which took place under the “Manchester’s Big Weekend” banner and included a Friday night dinner and Shabbat activities.
The weekend had a “space” theme and was attended by students from JSocs in Leeds, Nottingham and other cities.
● Students from Imperial JSoc and Kings JSoc took part in a laser quest contest in central London.
The inter-JSoc battle was won by Imperial, with around 20 people joining in the action.
Noah Nathan, president of the victorious JSoc, said: “It was lovely to have a friendly yet competitive activity with another JSoc.
“It showed that despite our differences we can come together and have a great time.”
Despite the defeat, Kings JSoc president Simon Fidler said the event had been “a lot of fun”.