Jewish students organise a limited number of events each term, have limited resources, and limited energy. For this reason, there is a need to carefully consider which events are worth running, and which aren't. One of the important questions that needs to be asked when considering what to run is the question of what the Jewish impact will be.
Jewish pluralism is about accepting a variety of different interpretations of Jewish life as legitimate (even if they aren't accepted as 'correct'). Jewish pluralism recognises that many Jews believe and practice different things in their Jewish lives, and that these differences should be respected and even understood. A pluralistic environment allows Jews to learn from one another, to challenge one another, and to involve as many people as possible in Jewish activity.