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This week marks Islam Awareness Week, a series of events and guest speakers sponsored by the Columbia Muslim Students Organization (MSA) that both helps Islamic people on campus celebrate their faith and educates other members of the community. This year, the week’s theme is Reclaiming Muslims Narrratives, which, according to the event’s official Facebook page, “aims to […]

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Columbia sure does know how to put on a good show as demonstrated by the annual “The Muslim Protagonist” hosted by the Columbia Muslim Students’ Assocition. Knowing it would be quite the event, Bwog sent symposium guru Fainan Lakha to this year’s symposium to see what it was all about. Last weekend Columbia hosted what—for […]

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