If the leader of our country will not speak out against hate crimes, who will?
Christin Howard explores the history of anti-Islamic rhetoric and draws comparisons to the anti-Jewish rhetoric of Nazi Germany.
Amin Touri explains the emotion he felt as a Muslim citizen on election night.
Naiyerah Kolkailah discussed women, Islam and sweeping misconceptions during her talk Friday evening.
The award-winning journalist shared her vision for a revolution in the Middle East during her speech to students and faculty in the Campus Center Monday.
Steven Gillard admonishes critics of Obama’s decision to invite Ahmed Mohamed, the Texan student who built a clock, to the White House.
Alisina Saee-Nazari describes the significance of showing solidarity with Ahmed as an important measure to fight prejudice against people of color.
Mohsen Jalali’s letter to the editor.
Several Muslim students at UMass recount their experiences in the decade since Sept. 11.
Farah Pandith, the Secretary of State’s Special Representative to Muslim Communities, participated in a conference call with university journalists across the country on Thursday. Pandith often focuses her efforts on people under the age of 30 and calls this generation the “change makers”. Pandith, an American Muslim, was born in Srinagar, Kashmir, India but immigrated to America with her mother when she was just one year old.
Recently France banned outlawed the practice of burquas in public. Collegian columnist Yaroslav Mikhaylov believes the French government is singling Muslims out for unfair treatment.
Roy Ribitzky is sick and tired of people who believe that contrary to all the evidence and facts, President Obama is secretly a Muslim.