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The Musullah offers a collection of tasbih, or Islamic prayer beads, for students to pray with.
The entrance to the HIS Musullah, located in the basement of Canaday Hall E.
Not just a prayer space for HIS members, the Musullah is also a place for students to spend their downtime.
The floor of the Musullah is decorated with colorful prayer rugs oriented to the Qibla, or the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca.
Students leave their shoes by the door, respecting the rules of the Musullah, or the prayer space of the Harvard Islamic Society.
Andy Kim '17 is the co-president of the Harvard College eSports Association.
Members of the eSports Association discuss logistics for their upcoming LAN party.
The Pool has a small, relaxed feel to it, and "Carrie and Otis" is a small, relaxed kind of play. It doesn’t try to be thematically grand or artistically ground-breaking; instead, it tries to be sweet, pithy, funny, interesting, and generally fun. And it succeeds.
Graham Allison, left, moderates the discussion between Etel Solingen, R. Nicholas Burns, and Richard Rosecrance at the 'Could World War I Happen Again?' event at the JFK forum Wednesday evening.
LAN parties are eSports-centered gatherings, in festive settings, where players set up a local network, connect with one another, and then compete.