Following the death of Masha Amini in Iran, people around the world must unite and fight against the oppression that Middle Eastern governments continue to inflict.
By Mariam Khaled Abdelghany
Mahsa Amini, a […]
Working harder to push community involvement can magnify the importance of not only the community grid, but also ensure that Syracuse doesn’t repeat history.
By Sarhia Rahim
Right next door to Syracuse University […]
Vice President of South Asian Student Association, Malaika Nehal, brings light to her home country Pakistan’s recent natural disaster that exasperated the country.
By Malaika Nehal
My name is Malaika Nehal and I […]
Muslim students at SU deserve a stronger support system.
By Ahmed AlQubaisi
The first day that I landed on the rainy runways of Hancock International Airport, there was a looming feeling that things […]
The students hope to have separate swim hours at the Barnes Center’s pool or Sibley pool at the Women’s Building to observe their religious practices.
By Katie McClellanASST. NEWS EDITOR
Editor’s note: The […]
Yousr Dhaouadi is a Ph.D. chemical engineering candidate in the Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering in the College of Engineering and Computer Science who plans to complete her program […]
In light of recent turmoil and devastation, SU should show Middle Eastern students support like it is for Ukrainian students.
By Sajiah Naqib
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has affected the lives of millions […]
In this course, students will learn the basics of Islam as a world religion and develop some understanding of the essentials like Muslim beliefs (six main beliefs), five pillars […]
Syracuse University Muslim chaplain and doctoral student takes the lead on improving the Muslim student experience in higher education.
Amir Durić, Imam for the Syracuse Muslim community, focusses his doctoral research […]