Why do so many commuter students identify as people of color or children of immigrants?
Mahsa Amini’s story is one that begs the question of what it means to have freedom of choice as a Muslim woman.
Butler students learn about Ramadan together by fasting and celebrating iftar.
The Butler University community gathered at the Star Fountain on campus to support the Muslim community and share in their grief. Speakers were from several faith organizations, including leaders from the Indianapolis area and across the country.
Clowes Memorial Hall was packed with students, faculty and community members on Tuesday evening, all waiting to hear Reza Aslan speak on “The Future of Islam.” According to his Web site rezaaslan.com, Aslan is an “internationally acclaimed writer and scholar of religions.” His first book, “No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of…