This article is a continuation of the first part. You can read part I here. With those factors in mind, here are three ways that we can begin developing and generating ideas. 1. Discuss Ideas The first step is simple, but very often, difficult to do: discuss ideas. Discuss ideas with people, and we’ll begin…
[dropcap]A[/dropcap]isha (may Allaah be pleased with her) said that whenever one of her relatives died, the women assembled and then dispersed to their respective homes except her relatives and close friends. As soon as she heard of one’s passing, she (may Allah be pleased with her) would order a pot of Talbina as well as…
Inspiration for this blog entry comes from two sources: the movie Good Will Hunting and college acceptance season. Both are examples for us to reflect on the opportunities we have and capitalize on them.
USAC elections are underway. Let’s Act!
A story was shared by my Professor last week, and I thought it said a lot about character. He talked about John Wooden’s acceptance of the Head Coach position for UCLA Basketball (GO BRUINS!). His character teach us many great lessons, and give a glimpse as to why he may have been so successful. I think as Muslims in particular, we can learn a lot from John Wooden’s story.
Universities like my own have increasingly turned to online classrooms to accommodate more students into these already packed courses. Some educators, however, are using a hybrid of online and in-classroom courses to produce a more valuable educational experience.
You are about to graduate, so what’s next? Save the world? Become a billionaire? Cure cancer? What is the first thing you are going to do? And how are you going to do it?
Al-Talib interviews Hamza Siddiqui, a spoken word artist, who is a Junior at the University of the Pacific. In this exclusive interview, Siddiqui performs two spoken word pieces, one of which has not been publicly performed yet.
Al-Talib asks Muslim Americans at UCLA for their opinion on the recent crisis in Syria.
Students already packing the libraries? Can’t seem to find an empty place to focus and study? Al-Talib has got your back. We asked students where they love studying the most. Here are 10 study spots around the UCLA campus you should check out.