Showing posts with label MSAN. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MSAN. Show all posts

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Stanford Event: A Day in the Life of a Hijabi (Jan 15-16)


“A Day in the Life of a Hijabi” is an annual campus-wide challenge that encourages Stanford students to explore the Muslim woman’s choice and decision to wear the hijab, or Islamic headscarf, while upholding her right to choose her form of dress and self-expression. This day of activism challenges Stanford females to wear a scarf around their head in solidarity with the right of women to choose, as an opportunity to explore a culture that many times is portrayed as “foreign,” and to make a stance against the rising number of discrimination and employment cases in which women who wear the hijab are prevented from applying for certain jobs within the United States. 


Sunday, October 14, 2012

Dean Obeidallah at Stanford on October 26

The Muslim Students Awareness Network (MSAN) at Stanford University invites you to the Annual MSAN Comedy Show! The headline this year is comedian Dean Obeidallah, who has been featured on the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour, and has made appearances on NBC's Saturday Night Live, ABC's The View, and CNN.

The show will be held in CEMEX Auditorium (Knight Management Center 641 Knight Way, Stanford 94305) from 7:30-9:00 pm on Friday, October 26th, 2012. Doors open at 7:00pm. 


The purpose of MSAN is to foster cross cultural dialogue on issues that pertain to Muslims domestically and globally, and to promote awareness of the Islamic faith and culture to the entire Stanford community. The MSAN Comedy Show is one of many events MSAN hosts on campus to raise awareness in addition to panel discussions, informative lectures, cultural displays, the annual Islam Awareness Series, and more.

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