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Activist Dorothy Zellner, featured here next to Rev. Willie Bodrick II, speaks about her role as a white, Jewish woman during the Civil Rights movement. Zellner was one of four panelists who participated in the event "Selma to Ferguson: Religious Tradition as Solidarity," held at Harvard Hillel on Wednesday night.
The resolution stated that “the Council publicly expresses solidarity with the Islamic Community for this senseless tragedy, recognizing that their loss is one that the entire Harvard Community mourns.”
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.
Author Sam B. Harris discusses his most recent novel, Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion, with Harvard Humanist Chaplain, Greg M. Epstein Tuesday evening in the Science Center.
Humanist chaplain Greg M. Epstein discussed how to live a nonreligious life with Sam B. Harris, author of “Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion,” in Science Center Hall B Tuesday.
Dean of the College Rakesh Kurana, center, mediates the discussion between Micheal J. Puett, left, and Charles M. C. Lee, right, about the American Dream in Sanders Theatre on Saturday.
Exploring political opinions, drug and alcohol habits, sexual activity, and the role of technology, Part IV looks at how the newest members of the Harvard community live and view their lives away from the classroom.