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Women take part in university's Hijab Day
by Dilann Yasin
Volunteers from the Muslim Student Association spent time in the Women's Resource Center on Wednesday fitting hijabs, or headscarves worn by female Muslims, on women who wanted to participate in the university's Hijab Day.
The volunteers were in the WRC from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The women coming through the center to try wearing a hijab for the day were of varying ages, and most of them were very excited about donning the headscarf.
About 70 headscarves were donated for Hijab Day, and all of them were spoken for by the end of the day.
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