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Ummah Addresses Muslim Truths and Stereotypes

Ummah Addresses Muslim Truths and Stereotypes

By Abigail Raasch, Arts Writer

August 24, 2019

  Growing up in this day and age, many of us have encountered the stereotypes of Islam. We may not think about it frequently, but back in the recesses of our minds, we've all registered generalizations about the Muslim people as fact. Through terrorist attacks, social breakthroughs and more, ...

Intramural Sports Maintain Inclusion, Religious Garb or Not

Intramural Sports Maintain Inclusion, Religious Garb or Not

By Casey Overfield, Sports Editor

April 8, 2019

  Athletes choose to play or not play college sports for any number of reasons. They might be tired of their sport, they might have different academic aspirations or they might not be able to perform at the collegiate level. For those high school athletes, an abrupt stoppage of play can be detrimen...

U Student Group Hosts Women’s March on Utah 2019

U Student Group Hosts Women’s March on Utah 2019

By Jacqueline Mumford, News Editor

January 20, 2019

  On Jan. 19, people from across the state of Utah met at Washington Square Park to participate in the 2019 Salt Lake City Women’s March on Utah. Women and their allies marched nearly a mile and a half from the park to the steps of the Utah State Capitol. The protestors were met with an ASL...

Barber: Hussein Tells Her Refugee Story

Barber: Hussein Tells Her Refugee Story

By Shaelyn Barber

April 20, 2018

The Utah Valley University Journal of Student Leadership has accepted Aziza Hussein’s story for publication. She wrote about her life as a refugee, her struggles with mental health, her personal growth as a leader and her own self-discovery. The journal will be published this month.  “One day I’m going to write my own book, but ...

Muslim Students Search for Meals on Campus

Muslim Students Search for Meals on Campus

By Kylee Ehmann

April 14, 2015

A good meal on campus is hard to find, especially if there aren’t any places serving food you can eat. For the U’s Muslim minority, eating food or drink permitted under Islamic Shari’ah law is difficult at best. There aren’t any venues on campus that serve what are called “halal foods,” w...

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