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With The Muslim Protagonist (an annual symposium by the Muslim Students Association in which panelists will discuss issues of race, religion, gender identity, and the way literature can affect societal change) coming up this weekend, Bwog Staff Writer Nikki Shaner-Bradford reached out to speak with two of the organizers, Sania Khalid and Fatima Kholi, both BC ’17, to […]

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In our newest feature, HolidayHop, Bwog will explain religious holidays so you don’t have to pretend to understand them. Early this morning, the first of Shawwal, the tenth month in the Islamic calendar, Muslims across the world awoke for the fajr, the pre-dawn prayers. Then, for the first time in 30 days (since the start […]

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Free Food: Now!

The Muslim Students Association is having its annual Spring Picnic at Lehman Lawn (The one right by the gates with the pink tree) at Barnard today starting at 2:15 PM (aka right now). Run over for free hot dogs, burgers, chicken, watermelon, and other free barbecue-oriented goodies. Reported activities include cricket, skip-it, board games, and […]

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