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Op-Ed: Islamophobia in the USAC Elections

Op-Ed: Islamophobia in the USAC Elections

Authors: Noor Zanial & Nafees Imtiyaj During this year’s elections week, Negeen Sadeghi-Movahed, the Let’s Act! candidate for Internal Vice President, encountered Islamophobic remarks and threats while campaigning. In an interview with Al-Talib, the candidate discussed problematic questions she was ...

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Submission: Manjot Singh is my Gen Rep

Submission: Manjot Singh is my Gen Rep

Editor’s note: The opinions expressed by the author do not necessarily represent the opinions of Al-Talib Newsmagazine as a whole. The author, Saif Ghias, is president of the Pakistani Student Association. I support Manjot Singh for General Representative because Singh ...

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What does Islam mean to UCLA students?

What does Islam mean to UCLA students?

Photography by Ayman Ahmad hen I asked non-Muslim students at UCLA what they know about Islam, some mentioned prayer and making pilgrimage, but two answers were most common: “Islam requires women to wear hijab” or “It had tons of rules ...

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What is divestment?

What is divestment?

Divestment has been a hot topic recently, especially since an anti-divestment resolution failed in USAC back in October. The idea of divestment has been floating around for a while and seems to be perceived as a project created by the ...

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OCHC, USAC, Student Media Host Community Forum on The Hill

OCHC, USAC, Student Media Host Community Forum on The Hill

On the evening of Jan. 22, students of diverse backgrounds and affiliations gathered in De Neve Auditorium to voice concerns and engage in a community forum with representatives from the On Campus Housing Council (OCHC), Undergraduate Students Associate Council (USAC), ...

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