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MSA unifies Islamic countries through fashion


The College of Lake County’s Muslim Student Association invited students to “Explore Islamic Fashion Around the World” on Wednesday, Nov. 8 from 12 P.M. 253 more words


Muslim Student Association Hosts “Know Your Rights” Event

by Lauren Schuster

Staff Writer

On Thursday evening in Kelly Commons, students and faculty gathered together for “Know Your Rights,” an event put on by the Muslim Student Association co-sponsored by Fuerza Latina and the Black Student Union. 1,094 more words


Brooklyn Tech Students Complain Prom Night Will Conflict With Ramadan

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Prom is right around the corner for high school seniors, but some Muslim students in Brooklyn may have to sit out because of a religious conflict. 358 more words


April 17-21: Islamic Awareness Week

The Muslim Student Association (MSA), cordially invites ALL Metro faculty, staff and students to the annual Islamic Awareness Week festivities, April 17-21.  The  week’s agenda is as follows: 265 more words


This college student hated Muslims. Now he spreads the 'truth' about Islam

Eight years ago, Richard “Mac” McKinney hated the religion of Islam so much that, he says, had plans to blow up a local mosque.

Now, however, the Ball State senior and retired Marine sergeant is the president of the Islamic Center of Muncie, Indiana, and he’s making efforts to “educate and inform” people about what’s true – and what’s not – about the religion. 1,345 more words


NDMU’s Muslim Student Association Responds to President Trump’s Immigration Ban

By Micah Castelo

“To protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals admitted to the United States.” This is the stated purpose of the executive order that President Donald Trump signed on January 27. 958 more words


Students For Liberty Host Free Speech Event

By Connor Bell.

The College Park Students For Liberty hosted its second “Free Speech Celebration” yesterday in Van Munching Hall.

This event, much like others after the election results, was created to remind students the importance of free speech and unity. 260 more words