Apology follows an incident of anti-Semitism
This comes after several anti-Semitic incidents over the past few days.
Fourteen Cambridge societies have signed a joint statement following recent anti-Semitic incidents
“There were no gas chambers in Auschwitz. There have been only mock-ups built by the Poles in the years after the war.” – David Irving
After months of waiting, CUSU receives a reply to an open letter calling for the NUS to address allegations of anti-Semitic policies and remarks.
‘Peterhouse should not pay unnecessary fees to an organisation that operates with such incompetency and inefficiency’
The referendum failed to pass with the results saying 51.52% of Cantabs voted to stay with the NUS.
Brace yourselves, this is about to get interesting.
They were ‘satisfied, based on the evidence and information available to me that it was not Malia’s intention to be anti-Semitic’.
Do you hate anti-Semitism so much that you want to stay in the NUS and fight against it?
I am urging Cambridge students to vote NO to disaffiliation, not because the NUS is perfect, but precisely because it’s not.
The best way to change the National Union of Students is to keep our seat at the table and work for the reforms Jewish students deserve.
They join Newcastle and Lincoln who have also decided to disaffiliate.
Cambridge has a duty to make a stand and sting campuses across the country into action, writes Jewish student Adam Crafton
I need the NUS to support me and all the other minorities this privileged university bubble contains
In an open letter, CUSU have challenged the NUS over their failure to address issues of anti-Semitism.
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis has criticised university vice-chancellors for ignoring issues of anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism on their campuses.
Student politics in Britain today is broken and something needs to change.
It’s not right that the voices of thousands of Jewish students across the country are playing second fiddle.