Tag: Ramadan

Ramadan begins, offers time of reflection for many

By: Tahyia Alvi Staff-Writer    As the ninth month of the Muslim calender has begun, the holy month of Ramadan has also started for more than two billion Muslims across the globe.     Ramadan is a time for reflection on past actions and restraint from ill acts that corrupt the soul. This includes curbing any negative or

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Supporting those in Ramadan

By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer    Ramadan, a Holy month, is a four-week period of spiritual growth for Muslims. During this period, participating Muslims abstain from physical items, such as water and food, as well as improve their emotional and intellectual processes by abstaining from immoral behaviors including gossiping, lying and using foul language.     While this is

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SGA preps for elections, IU Day

By: Mira Costello Co-Editor    With the semester winding down, the Student Government Association met on April 8 to discuss their upcoming elections, new appointments, programming and more.    The SGA began the meeting with a bang, unanimously appointing senior Danielle Schwenk to an open associate justice position. Schwenk, a marketing and advertising major, said she has

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