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Rev. Stachelle Bussey prays with members of Breonna Taylor’s family before the march begins Friday, September 25, 2020 in Louisville Kentucky.

Community takes religion to the streets

By Kallie Cox, Editor-in-Chief
September 30, 2020
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Solar eclipse is totality wicked in So. Ill.

By Marnie Leonard, Gabby Pettyjohn, Kitt Fresa, Jacob Selsor, and Samantha Keebler
August 21, 2017
Supporters of the Muslim community gather at  Mosque of Nasreen in San Luis Obispo, Calif., during a rally for peace weeks after the San Bernardino terrorist attacks. (Jessica Koscielniak/McClatchy Washington Bureau/TNS)

How to really discuss radical Islam

By Jonathan Zimmerman | The Philadelphia Inquirer
October 5, 2016
Wisam Aldayyeni, a doctoral student in mechanical and computer engineering from Baghdad; Said Bakkar, a graduate student in physics from Amman, Jordan; Abdulrahman Alowais, a freshman studying aviation technology from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Tariq Khaaliq, from Carbondale, kneel in silent prayer February 1, 2016, at the Carbondale Muslim Center. “I believe now some of the U.S. citizens believe you’re ISIS if you say you’re Muslim,” Alowais said, “but we have verses in our Holy Quran that say if you kill one person for no reason, you kill all of mankind. If you help someone live, it’s like helping all humans live... In Islam you pray, you ask God for forgiveness, and you go out and try to make people happy.”

Students examine religious misconceptions

By Anna Spoerre, @annaspoerre
February 1, 2016

Paris attacks hit home for SIUC students

By Cory Ray, @coryray_de
November 18, 2015
Here's how ministries are building communities on campus

Here’s how ministries are building communities on campus

By Anna Spoerre, @ASpoerre_DE
August 23, 2015
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