Pursuing a higher education is a dream for many. Students from all around the world step onto VCU’s campus in hopes of finding not only their passion, but themselves.
If you asked me whether I liked being a Muslim four years ago, I would probably have said, “No.”
A discussion merrits awareness, not much else. A discussion of global problems is necesarry however it’s action that is needed in order for these problems to have any change. This past summer I had the opportunity to broaden my horizon and travel to countries that I’d only read about in a history textbook.
I remember talking with some friends and them casually joking about the misunderstanding between Muslims and the typical American. They argued that Americans would never be able to grasp that Muslims are not the fictional stereotype of bomb-dropping and women-oppressing individuals media outlets have made them out to be.