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    Posted: 17 January 2019 at 2:31am
Toledo University Welcomes Its First Muslim Students Sorority

OHIO – Following in the steps of their sisters in Texas, the Muslim students at the University of Toledo have made history with the creation of the first Muslim sorority on campus, The Independent Collegian reported.

“Not only did I think it was about time for a Muslim sorority to finally be a part of this campus, but I was genuinely excited to actually jump in and join,” said prospective M4C member, Lora Sahmarani, a second-year exercise science major.

Back in 2015, Muslim male students at the university created the first Muslim fraternity chapter called “Alpha Lambda Mu.” This year, their female Muslim colleagues created the “Muslimahs for Change” (M4C) sorority.

Walaa Kanan, M4C President, is a third-year studying social work with a minor in disability studies. She said her brother encouraged her to stated M4C...


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