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.
Not for ourselves alone
It has been a very hard week for all at Durham University, writes Asha Sumroy, but people have been putting their faith and trust in each other
Let university work touch your soul
Orli West really benefits when she writes about topics that are close to her heart
What's in a name?
Many immigrants into the US and the UK, in particular European refugees, used to anglicise their names. Would you switch back?
Don’t mix your soul with university work.
Asha Sumroy is one of the JC's regular student bloggers for 2017-18. She is studying at Durham University.
Would you wear a kippah at university?
Student blogger Orli West is inspired by her friend and the way he tries to represent Jews on campus
I can’t listen to Lorde any more
If you’re not accustomed to feeling under cultural siege, it’s nigh-on impossible for you to understand someone who is
New Year's Eve should be more than a night out
Student blogger Asha Sumroy reflects on why she feels so differently about the Jewish and the Gregorian new year
Let's make next year, THE year
Student blogger Orli West looks ahead to 2018, resolving to make resolutions that count
Maybe I'm not such a sceptic after all
Jamie Rodney finds himself singing Chanukah songs down the phone - to his own surprise.
Christmas and Chanukah: the best of both worlds
Student blogger Asha Sumroy tells us about her family's particularly inclusive take on the holiday season
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