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Religious Pluralism, the Key to Peace

[dropcaps]T[/dropcaps]oday’s generation crosses borders and breaks barriers of all kinds. Social identities, nationalities, religious affiliations, personal preferences, education and socioeconomic statuses are no longer static constructs

Interview with Dov Wagner, Chabad Rabbi at USC

Located in the heart of Los Angeles, the University of Southern California is one of the world’s leading private institutions. Amid the strong tradition, extensive opportunity and

Malala Yousafzai: No Ordinary Girl

[dropcaps]T[/dropcaps]his past year, 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai would have been the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Although she didn’t win, she garnered another nomination for

A Crown of Love and Devotion

[dropcaps]W[/dropcaps]alking down the aisles, littered with chocolates, cards, hearts, and flowers-it is once again that time of the year-Valentine’s Day. For those who have a significant

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: The Sky Hook and His Muslim Faith

[dropcaps]W[/dropcaps]hen you’re facing the 7’2″ retired center for the LA Lakers, words like “genteel” and “humble” wouldn’t come to mind. Despite Abdul-Jabbar’s intimidating height and build

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Is Religion Good For Your Health?

Theologians, thought leaders and scientists have tried to intersect faith and medicine for centuries. It’s clear that religious involvement is a benefit to one’s spiritual health,


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By David King, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis — After Thanksgiving, Americans turn their attention to shopping with Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday as well

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