Crossing Over: adventures at the Syrian border
Carrying On: A rotating column by Voice senior staffers
The shock of it all: study abroad myths dispelled
Carrying On: a rotating column by Voice senior staffers.
Two Identities, Two Challenges
The faith and culture of Islam at Georgetown
Georgetown’s Muslim Chaplain, Imam Yahya Hendi, flourished his palm pilot, tapping away with a stylus. In his office, decorated with woven verses from the Qur’an and Muslim calligraphic art, the electric device seemed out of place while he discussed Islam’s relationship with the West. But soon tiny print appeared on the screen: the palm pilot contained the entirety of the Qu’ran and the Bible, completely indexed. Its tiny speakers even produce recitations of holy verse.
Why don’t we know Jack? Finding the figurehead
How much time do students spend discussing campus issues with the University’s chief executive in the intervening four years?