St. Louisans, WU students protest immigration ban at Lambert Airport terminal

Protests erupted at major airports across the country over the weekend after an executive order signed by President Donald Trump Friday barred people traveling from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States.

| Senior Editor

Op-ed submission: The lesser-known American Muslim perspective

I was raised in a post-9/11 world, and while growing up, I rarely come across a news story that described Islam positively. This perplexed me to no end, because the “Islam” I was seeing on TV—bombs, war and fear—was inconsistent with the Islam that Sunday School taught me— peace, charity and loving your neighbors.

Amal Haque | Class of 2019

Op-ed submission: WU IFCMA condemns intolerance and incendiary language against Muslims

Washington University’s Interfaith Campus Ministry Association (IFCMA) is comprised of a number of faith groups on campus, congregations and organizations serving the spiritual, religious and cultural needs of our campus community.

Troy Woytek | WU IFCMA Chair

Observant Muslim housekeeping staff struggles to find places to pray

Although some practicing Muslim housekeeping staff find space in campus buildings to pray daily, others cannot find sufficient space and do not have time to search elsewhere.

| Staff Reporter

Bosnia’s Predictable Demise

Last week, Clinton stooge and Dayton Accords author Richard Holbrooke wrote an alarmist editorial that has slowly been gaining international media attention, wherein he expressed great concern over the continued existence of Bosnia.

| Staff Columnist