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JFS is still to decide whether to open a bulge class in September
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Election likely to delay bid for new school

Election likely to delay bid for new school
Leah Pennisi-Glaser
Education features

The downside of the Jewish school bubble

The downside of the Jewish school bubble
Head in waiting: Gary Griffin
Education news

New Immanuel College head appointed

New Immanuel College head appointed
Rabbi Joseph Dweck
Education news

Leading Sephardi rabbi will be religious authority for planned Jewish free school

Leading Sephardi rabbi will be religious authority for planned Jewish free school
Ruth Renton
Education news

JFS chair of governors steps down

JFS chair of governors steps down
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Jewniversity Corner: Martha Nussbaum

Martha Nussbaum is a prolific academic who writes about emotions and ethics.

David Edmonds

Jewniversity Corner: Martha Nussbaum
Uk News

Oxford Jsoc and Labour club hold antisemitism event

The Jewish society and the Labour club held an event together on Sunday evening, with hopes that the spirit of cooperation between the two societies will bring an ugly chapter to a close.

Daniel Sugarman

Oxford Jsoc and Labour club hold antisemitism event
Dr Rebecca Gould was accused of using
Uk News

Student says lecturer he accused of antisemitism should not be sacked

Bristol University academic should be engaged in debate rather than dismissed, insists Jewish undergraduate who claimed she used "the language of Holocaust revisionists and antisemites"

Rosa Doherty

Student says lecturer he accused of antisemitism should not be sacked
Uk News

KCL blocks anti-Israel event

Talk by South African academic, due at King's College London as part of Israel Apartheid Week, will now be hosted by student union

Marcus Dysch

KCL blocks anti-Israel event
Peter Singer
Campus features

Jewniversity Corner: Peter Singer

Every month David Edmonds spotlights a Jewish thinker.

David Edmonds

Jewniversity Corner: Peter Singer
Uk News

UCL publishes investigation into UCLU event

The investigation found “evidence that a smaller group of protesters intentionally disrupted the rights of others to exercise freedom of speech within the law, and that their behaviour caused stress and anxiety to students and staff at UCL”.

Daniel Sugarman

UCL publishes investigation into UCLU event
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