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Sharing faith with STL

Sharing faith with STL

Maddie Hawes, associate editor

September 4, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Features, Top Stories

Upon entering the tent, one first notices the circle of decorated tables. Then moving closer, the warm smiles and curious eyes become apparent along with the signs that proudly state “Christian Scientist,” “Islam,” “Buddhism,” “Sufism,” and under the signs sit volunteers, some on their o...

Nabeel Syed: Conquering Islamophobia

Nabeel Syed: Conquering Islamophobia

Erin Kelly, copy editor

March 25, 2016


Filed under Features

Despite a soft-spoken, unassuming demeanor, he and his mosque have received multiple death threats. He said he fears one day these threats may become a reality. Nabeel Syed, junior, is a Muslim and a target of Islamophobia, the prejudice against Islam or Muslims. To end this Islamophobia and advocate...

Trumping radicalism

Trumping radicalism

Robson Ali, opinions writer

December 9, 2015


Filed under The Parsnip

After the terrible tragedy that was San Bernardino, one man continues to engender goodwill and attempt to bring Americans together. Donald Trump. While some people may see his idea to ban all Muslim travel to the U.S. as “inflammatory” and “an undeniable showing of his inherent bigotry and stup...

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