MSA-National Statement on New York City Police Department Surveillance Program targeting Muslims Court Decision Oct 13,2015 MSA-National applauds the decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit with regards to the NYPD surveill
UMD students discuss impacts of Islamophobia
by Duluth News Tribune on March 22, 2017 at 5:48 am
Members of a student panel Najma Mohamed ( from left ), Iman Geleto, Azrin Awal, Nazila Wazirzada, Isaac Bukenya, and Mueez Ahmad participate in the UMD’s Muslim Student Association “Addressing Islamophobia, " event at the Kirby Ballroom in Dulut […]
Letter to the Editor: Why I’m fighting for...
by http://www.themissouritimes.com on March 17, 2017 at 9:38 am
At Southeast Missouri State, the student government passed a bylaw limiting the ability of campus groups to incorporate faith statements in leadership position criteria. […]
UW hosts international conference on refugees,...
by http://www.badgerherald.com on March 16, 2017 at 4:48 am
The UW conference, titled “Language Education Policy and Identities Inclusion : Cultivating Distinctiveness, " is scheduled to run Wednesday through Friday at the Discovery Building and Gordon Events Center. […]
UCLA students fight to expand ‘sanctuary...
by Fusion | Pop culture. Satire. News. on March 16, 2017 at 4:23 am
“Although there are 15 demands it was important to get the input of community members, " said Frida Ramírez Aldana, a student with IDEAS at UCLA, an organization she described as the voice for undocumented students on campus. […]
Islamic Awareness Week promotes religious...
by http://www.oaklandpostonline.com on March 15, 2017 at 2:53 am
The last day of Islamic Awareness Week was celebrated with an early afternoon prayer called Jummah Salah, which students were invited to participate in and observe. […]
MU turning civil discourse into learning...
by The Herald-Dispatch on March 12, 2017 at 6:06 am
Teaching the ability to effectively engage in social discourse is a valuable part of the higher education process, explained Cedric Gathings, Marshall University ' s vice president for Student Affairs. […]
Discover Islam Week Deters Islamophobia With Love
by Home | The Fairfield Mirror on March 9, 2017 at 7:04 am
The Muslim Student Association is hosting numerous events the week of March 6 as part of their Discover Islam Week. […]
“One room filled with prayers from people of various religions. That’s what the Muslim Student Association is attempting to work out with the Student Government Association. The organization, which is tasked with reserving a new room in the Studen
“‘Iqra!’ or ‘Read!’ is the first command from God to the prophet, Muhammad. Reading and learning have become some of the most important values Muslims hold. It is God’s first command that has brought Muslim students to Mont
The Muslim community at Memorial University is inviting non-Muslims to experience Ramadan by fasting for a day on Friday. The group’s fast-a-thon involves abstaining from eating and drinking during daylight hours, and contributing to charity. “
If you’re a student when Ramadan is in the summer, the holy month and summer break go hand-in-hand. Like backyard cookouts and vacation trips, the month of fasting, worship, and seeking forgiveness is now a vital part of your time off from school. Havin