Generally, the only time Muslim people are covered in the media is when they are linked to an act of terror.
Such views aren’t surprising given that the U.S. has legalized the principle of sexual equality and that women here enjoy many rights women elsewhere do not.
In an effort to better support on-campus religious programs, Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado created a new position to oversee all the religious programs within Muller Chapel. Hierald Edga
Asma Barlas, professor in the Department of Politics, presented a paper, “When Gender is a Problem in Qur’anic Exegesis,” at a workshop on gender and Tafsir studies at the New York University Abu Dhab
“The idea is to expose my students to think beyond secular feminism,” Shehnaz Haqqani, a diversity scholar fellow in the Women and Gender Studies program, said.