A Diverse Perspective: Part II

The following story is part two of the special feature about diversity on this campus. Part two will focus on students who identify as Muslim, Asian or LGBTQ who answer the question, what’s it like to be considered a minority on campus? Disclaimer: The students interviewed represent only a small sampling of diverse backgrounds. The students in this article cannot possibly speak for their entire cultural community, as they offer only one perspective. Ali Ahmed Ali Ahmed, a junior student who is Muslim, believes that Islam is a culture in addition to being a religion. Ahmed, whose parents are from … Continue reading A Diverse Perspective: Part II