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MSA Continues Efforts for Inclusivity in the Aftermath of Trump’s Inauguration

MSA Continues Efforts for Inclusivity in the Aftermath of Trump’s Inauguration

By Miranda Levingston, Deputy News Editor

January 25, 2017


Filed under Diversity at NYU, News, NYU, Uncategorized

The Muslim Students Association responds to acts of hate and ignorance with love to send a message

NYU Islamophobia Post-Trump Election

NYU Islamophobia Post-Trump Election

By Diamond Naga Siu, News Editor

November 17, 2016


Filed under Diversity at NYU, News, University News

Islamophobia increased around both the nation and the university after Donald Trump became president-elect, and two Muslim females shared their narratives with the current political climate.

MSA Fights Bigotry with #NotOnOurCampus

MSA Fights Bigotry with #NotOnOurCampus

By Jemima McEvoy, Deputy News Editor

November 11, 2016


Filed under News, Top Story, University News

The Muslim Students Association organized a rally at Kimmel in response to the vandalism at Tandon.

French Secularism Loses Original Focus

French Secularism Loses Original Focus

By Aparna Alankar, Contributing Writer

September 12, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Laïcité clashes with the realities of modern day France and its growing Muslim community, and is increasingly being used to infringe upon the rights of Muslim citizens.

Obama’s Mosque Visit Too Little, Too Late

Obama’s Mosque Visit Too Little, Too Late

By WSN Editorial Board

February 4, 2016


Filed under Opinion

If any president is going to make meaningful progress for social justice in the United States, they must insist on that progress wholeheartedly, whether politically expedient or not.

Looking for feminism in Muslim communities

Looking for feminism in Muslim communities

By Fatima Sheikh, Contributing Writer

December 1, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

This  article comes from the Global Desk, a collaboration between The Gazelle, WSN and On Century Avenue. Read more by searching ‘global.’ This is a personal essay. Prior to university, my faith community experience at home was emotionless, homogeneous and somewhat primitive. I never felt accepte...