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The perception of Muslims

The perception of Muslims

Zara Iqbal

October 29, 2017


Filed under Columns, OPINION

    In World Core, we watched a mini documentary called “30 Days: Muslim and America” about a Christian man who “became” a Muslim for 30 days. He performed close to everything an average Muslim would do — pray five times a day, read the Qu’ran and attended Friday prayers, a...

“Lone wolf vs. Terrorist:” Lessons from Las Vegas

“Lone wolf vs. Terrorist:” Lessons from Las Vegas

Zara Iqbal

October 3, 2017


Filed under Editorial, OPINION

[dropcap]5[/dropcap]9 dead, 527 injured. TIME called the shooting “the deadliest in modern U.S. history.” The perpetrator? A 64-year-old white man. Keeping in mind that he’s white, headlines and featured images presumably would feature Stephen Paddock in a comprehensible light. People were disapp...

A brief look at the Golden Globes

A brief look at the Golden Globes

Trisha Kholiya

January 7, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Media, Movies

On Sunday, the annual Golden Globes will premiere, awarding both domestic and international actors and films. The Golden Globe Award is presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, an organization consisting of members of international journalists. And although some films reappear with Academy...

Asian Americans’ new role in entertainment

Asian Americans’ new role in entertainment

Nona Penner

August 29, 2010


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

 Asian American artists emerge in the entertainment industry to change and redefine stereotypes   Read More »...