The Muslim Student Association (MSA) is having a week-long Islamic Awareness Week March 21-24. This week is a great opportunity to learn about Islam and its values with Notre Dame Muslims,
What Is Islam? on March 20: Learn about the basics of Islam, its history, and its practices. This is a perfect chance for anyone who wants an introduction to Islam, regardless of their religious background.
Hijab Day on March 21: MSA brings awareness to the concept of modesty, a fundamental practice within the faith, celebrating it by discussing the importance of hijab while also allowing people to experience wearing it. This is a perfect chance for anyone who wants an introduction to Islam, regardless of their religious background.
Muslim Diversity Day on March 22: Celebrate Muslim Diversity Day! Embrace Islamic culture as student share unique experiences, highlighting unity and diversity in the global Muslim community. Special Arabian dessert for the first 75 individuals to arrive.
Interfaith Conference on March 23: Come and sit in for an interfaith conversation between an Imam, Priest and Rabbi. This dialogue focuses on exploring interfaith's role in human rights, fostering understanding and harmony across beliefs.
Ramadan Dinner Banquet on March 24: Break bread together at this festive gathering, celebrating unity and sharing in the spiritual blessings of Ramadan with the Notre Dame community. Register for dinner.