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.
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Student blogger Asha Sumroy on a late night revelation that every student needs to know about
How to stand up to campus antisemitism
Student blogger Orli West on an issue facing every Jewish undergraduate
I feel guilty about my Jewish disconnect
Where are my Jewish friends, asks Jamie Rodney
Two heads are better than one
Can anyone really keep their focus during student lectures, asks Asha Sumroy?
Our new JC student bloggers
Meet the three winners
I'm breaking away from my comfort zone
I am a fish leaving his pond to go completely out of water, writes Noah Libson
We need to be proud of who we are
I will continue to stick my principles, on Judaism and Israel, writes Orli West
I was asked: are all Spurs fans Jewish?
Upon leaving Freshers' Week for Rosh Hashanah, I was immediately faced with this question, writes Sam Grossman
I'll create an intentionally Jewish life at university
I’m really apprehensive about how I can continue to be a progressive Jew and reform Zionist in the UK writes Asha Sumroy
On bacon and The Bible
No matter my religious beliefs, I have no choice but to remain a Jew, writes Jamie Rodney of St Andrews University
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