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#WHERESTHEJUSTICE: Muslim students talk about social justice from an Islamic perspective

By Jasmine M. Ellis

Students at Loyola University Chicago are learning more about the Muslim community through Islam Appreciation Week. Hosted by the Muslim Student Association, the organization is focusing on social justice from an Islamic perspective. Using #WHERESTHEJUSTICE students are contributing to the conversation by sharing what social justice issues matter most to them. Muslim students hope to use this week as a platform to change the narrative surrounding Islam in the media.

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Loyola Prof Gets Up Close and Personal With Workplace Podcast

By Yunfei Zhao

If being a boss is hard enough, the presence of social media can make it even harder, according to a Loyola University podcast that aims to coach leaders in workplace collaboration and conflict resolution.

Communication style changes by the influence of advanced technology. Loyola University Chicago’s educator produced podcast to offer advice of leadership skills. (Yunfei Zhao / MEDILL; Podcast recording footage provided by Jill Geisler)

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