- 01:17 Headed to bed. #
- 09:21 We’ve made it to Wednesday. #
- 12:17 Hetting hungry. #
- 19:48 @tallin32: If they told you stuff like that they’d ne giving you info,, and we can’t have that. #
- 20:20 Beer and a book. Great combo. #
- 21:14 PM, wtf is your problem? Plz display the brl right, or i’ll do a clean reset, or worse. #
- 21:34 K PM, time for a hard reset. #
- 22:02 Bad technology! Bad! #
- 00:25 New blog post: Happenings customerservant.com/?p=3713 #
- 19:07 Getting off work. #
- 19:49 Thinking about having dinner. #
- 20:05 Damn phone crashed. #
- 20:40 Going through old offline journal entries. #
- 21:10 New blog post: Campus Radicals: A New Muslim Student Group Tries to Rouse the Moderates customerservant.com/?p=3714 #
- 21:50 New blog post: cream of zucchini and leek soup dailyfoodtips.com/?p=14 #
By JANE EL HORR and SANA SAEED
June 20, 2008; Page W11
The school year that just ended brought to the fore a couple of controversies over Muslim students on U.S. campuses. The University of Michigan announced in the fall that it would be spending $25,000 on footbaths for Muslim students. In the spring, Harvard’s decision to provide women-only gym hours to accommodate some members of the campus Islamic society sparked debate in the ivory tower and beyond. Yet away from the often-harsh media glare, a profound shift has begun across the country. Where dogma and conformity once defined the Muslim scene on campus, students with liberal outlooks are emerging to assert their voices on the quad. At some American colleges where the only official Muslim events used to feature gender-segregated seating, new programs are drawing diverse Muslim and non-Muslim participants to explore the complexity of the Muslim community.
unwinding, or at least attempting to.
Getting off work.