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Students from the Islamic Studies program. From left, Kelly El-Yacoubi , Ali Mohamed, Halim Khoiri and Yi Lei. (Photo: Logan Wer

In Islamic Studies, a World of Students Share Insights

December 15, 2016
The Religion Department’s Islamic Studies program is attracting a diversity of students from around the globe—including a host of young people from Muslim nations.
Professor of History Tyler Anbinder (Photo: Harrison Jones)

Immigrant Saga Spans Centuries of Dreams

December 15, 2016
In his critically acclaimed new book, History’s Tyler Anbinder reveals how—regardless of race, religion or nationality—generations of immigrants share a universal story.
Depressed Girl Sitting Next to Window

Holiday Depression is More Than the Blues

December 15, 2016
For some, the holidays are a time of good cheer. But others count the days until the season passes. From stress and anxiety to depressive disorders, seasonal sadness is hard to define and spot.
Donors Cindy and Bruce Terker with their daughter, Jennifer Terker, BA ‘13

Learning From Today’s Newsmakers

December 15, 2016
SMPA students can interact with media, political communication and public affairs professionals thanks to the Terker Distinguished Fellows in Media and Public Affairs.