When asked about my religion, I openly identify as a Christian. With this admission come the stigmas and accusatory questions often associated with being one: …
Easter Sunday marked the end of Lent, when many Catholics choose to abstain from a guilty pleasure for 40 days to pay homage to the sacrifice they believe Jesus made for them. At USF, many choose to follow this tradition for spiritual reasons or simply as a personal test of character.
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Columnist Christopher Hall fires back at a previous Foghorn column. Chistopher Hall is a junior English major.
Laise Popal, new president of the MSA, has brought his Islamic roots to USF in hopes of creating a movement to spread awareness and clear misconceptions about the culture he was raised in and the faith he lives by. “I want to bring all Muslims and non-Muslims together,” said Popal, who is fluent in Farsi. “It doesn’t matter if you’re Muslim or not, it’s [MSA] all about just learning about the faith.” Popal’s objective is being fulfilled in the small sample of MSA members at the meeting, with three being non-Muslims.