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Sudent Hisham Al Falih leads a Markaz Student Spotlight
Since May 2013, the Markaz community center has served as a comfortable space for Muslim students and others to connect and build relationships.
Apr 8 2016 | Kaleidoscope: Muslim Student Life | Posted In: Staff, Students
College is an always exciting, but sometimes stressful, time. What's the experience like for Muslim students? What can universities do to address their needs? And what should students be doing on their own? Listen to our conversation with Osama El-Gabalawy and Ameena Tawakol, Stanford students, and...
"Arabology has just interviewed Mona Damluji, Associate Dean and Director of The Markaz: Resource Center at Stanford University, who spoke about her background, work, research, experience, identity, and her relationship with the Arabic language.  She also highlighted her upcoming talk at Stanford...
Two Muslim student groups are cosponsoring an “Islam Awareness” event series in an effort to highlight what organizer Osama El-Gabalawy ’15 has called an overlooked issue — Muslim identity and experience. The series is held by the Islamic Society of Stanford University (ISSU) and the Muslim Student...
Oct 2 2013 | Muslim Resource Center Opens Tomorrow | Posted In: Students
Tomorrow, the Markaz: Resource Center for Engagement with the Cultures and Peoples of the Muslim World will open its doors in the Nitery Building in Old Union after more than a decade of collaborative discussions between students, faculty and University administrators. The center’s goal is to offer...

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