Understanding Basic Principles of Islam
FEBRUARY 15, 2021
There are approximately 1.8 billion Muslims on the planet; on our campus alone many of our students identify as Muslim. While Muslims believe in the same […]
Two decades after Sept. 11, we’re still letting them down, Kevin Singer writes.
By Kevin Singer October 13, 2021
Sadaf Jaffer recently completed two terms in Montgomery Township, N.J., serving as the first Muslim mayor […]
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As SU resumes in-person classes and activities this fall 2021, the chaplains are optimistic about bringing their community members back to the weekly services.
Hendricks Chapel chaplains have […]
When Nidaa Aljabbarin ’22 stepped into her first Narratio Fellowship workshop at the North Side Learning Center in Syracuse in 2019, she never imagined that it would lead to her […]
Ramadan falls on the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is an important time of reflection and empathy for observant Muslims.
This year, Ramadan lasted from April 12 through May […]
Students often seek a safe space on campus where they can feel at home. At Hendricks Chapel, the chaplains, staff and students work together to create an environment that is […]
Mirza Tihic’s ’03 (A&S), ’04 (ECS), ’06 MBA, G’19 (SoE) interest in helping military veterans and their families stems from the peace the U.S. military helped to bring to his […]
Members of the Syracuse University community came together to share a meal—virtually—on Nov. 19, as the University held its 36th Annual International Thanksgiving Celebration via Zoom.
The celebration was started at […]
Saturday, November 7, 2020, By Eileen Korey
Growing up in Bosnia, Amir Duric saw the worst of what can happen when differences among cultures, ethnicities and religions lead to fear, […]
Syracuse University’s integrated approach to holistic health helps students during the pandemic and beyond.
The University offers a variety of virtual and in-person activities designed to promote total health and wellness.