Club of the Week: Muslim Student Association

By Sharif Abdelal
Special to the Comment

Our mission is to educate students on campus about Islam and Muslims, as well as the cultures that are embraced by Muslims around the world.
We seek to shed light on stereotypes and incorrect assumptions about Muslims, as well as promote diversity on campus.
If students join the Muslim Student Association, they will receive a learning experience, increased knowledge about other cultures, and generally have a good time.
We meet in Conant 260 at 11 a.m. on Wednesdays. Interested students should attend meetings and events to learn more information.

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