A student’s take on the world, written by the JC's student bloggers, Asha Sumroy, Jamie Rodney and Orli West, along with other guests.
Of poetry and religion
Sometimes you just can't escape your Judaism, says student blogger Jamie Rodney - and that's OK
Courage vs success
Oprah Winfrey is a source of inspiration for many all over the world, and her podcast has now inspired our student blogger Asha
When life goes on around us
Student blogger Orli West looks at how your experience of life can differ so widely depending on when and where you live
My family history explains Israel's importance
So much of my Jewish heritage is bound up not in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, but in Central and Eastern Europe, writes Jamie Rodney
As I study exams, my cousins are serving in the IDF
Student blogger Asha Sumroy on the contrast between her life, and that of her Israeli friends, especially on Yom Hazikaron
Charity isn't free
Orli West asks - Is it fair to argue that the charity workers who do so much for our community should work for nothing?
How to behave like a Jew
I know it’s only antisemites who want to make Jews morally responsible for everything Israel does, but somehow I still feel like this is my business, says Jamie Rodney
At Pesach, I ask myself 'what is my Egypt?'
Asha Sumroy is one of the JC's regular student bloggers for 2017-18. She is studying at Durham University.
It's time to ditch social media and be positive
It's time to read about something good in the world, writes our student blogger, Orli West
Jewish food is the best in the world
It might be heavy and indelicate, and its status as a health cuisine is most certainly questionable, but it also speaks of a centuries old heritage, writes Jamie Rodney
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