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Religious Studies Department hosts its 7th annual lecture honoring a famous Bengali poet

Religious Studies Department hosts its 7th annual lecture honoring a famous Bengali poet

Patrick J. Wilkinson September 12, 2013

The Religious Studies Department hosted its 7th annual Kazi Nazrul Islam lecture on Sept. 12th in the USU West Valley Room. The lecturer was keynote speaker Dr. Rachel Fell McDermott, professor and...

The peacefulness of Muslims: Violence over ‘Innocence of Muslims’ not reflective of true Islam

Michelle Qubadi September 26, 2012

Over the past few weeks, a crude, low-budget film called "Innocence of Muslims" has been causing outrage and even instances of violence at U.S. embassies around the world. According to the Associated...

Civil rights activists give voice to Muslim community

Katie Donahue September 26, 2010

Current political issues, religious freedom and racism were among the issues discussed in a lecture by Asian Americans for Community and Talent (AACT). Kathy Masaoka from Nikkei for Civil Rights and...

The U.S. should pass a constitutional amendment outlawing the burning of holy texts in effigy

Xavier Scott September 15, 2010

Arguing for the government: Xavier Scott Since the media’s new and irresponsible approach in distinguishing what is and isn’t important, there have been many stunts made by senseless people that...

Disneyland should allow employees to wear religious attire while at work

Contributor September 8, 2010

Arguing for the government: Cassandra Thieme When Disneyland forced employee Imane Boudlal to remove her hijab while at work, they committed discrimination—our long-standing fight since settlement...

Iran’s abuse of power extensive

John Kami January 25, 2010

John Kami Contributing reporter Since its inception, Iran’s government has abused human rights. Its government has stood on the grounds of false accusations against innocent victims, thievery,...

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