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Ask a Muslim: Students encourage questions to promote understanding

“Free chocolate!” echoed through the lobby of Oakland University’s South Foundation Hall late last week.

“We started with donuts, but so many people came that we ran out,” explained Muslim Student Association President Sumayya Master. 579 more words


Islam Awareness Week educates ASU students on diverse beliefs

by Emily Liu

Arizona State University’s Muslim Student Association brought Islam Awareness Week to multiple campuses from March 28 to April 2, allowing students to explore the facts of Islamic beliefs. 109 more words


Islam Awareness Week at UB

By Olivia Dudley

In our world, it is often difficult for one to express their religion. No matter how many times we are reminded that we have the right to religious freedom in America, there will always be people who oppose what you believe in, even if it is the culture you were born into. 852 more words

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Atheist group protests Muslim prayer rooms at Univ. of Iowa

Corrections and clarifications: A previous headline accompanying this story misidentified Freedom From Religion Foundation’s affiliation. 

In the wake of a decision by University of Iowa officials to open two prayer rooms for Muslim students, one atheist organization — not affiliated with the university — is responding with legal action. 601 more words


From Christian to Muslim: One student's coming out story

Editor’s note: The story below was altered to remove a reference to William Rhew’s wife.

Corrections and clarifications: A previous version of this article misspelled Nathan Rhew’s name. 856 more words


Cheri Nocita Berens: Muslim Students Association organized Trump Chicago rally protest

By Cheri Nocita Berens, March 13, 2016:

According to Muslims on Twitter, the Chicago University’s Muslim Student Association organized the massive group “protest” at the Trump Rally in Chicago. 1,795 more words

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Texas State Student Combats Negative Muslim Stereotypes

By Carlos Marquez III
Senior News Reporter


The Texas State Muslim Student Association develops cooperation and understanding among Muslim Students. The organization also welcomes students of various other faiths as well as students of non­-faith to participate in congregational prayers and cultural activities. 370 more words