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MSA and Student Government collaborate to host Hijab Week
by Kelsey Hawkins-Johnson
To present a day in the life as a Muslim woman, the Muslim Student Association, in collaboration with Eastern Michigan University's Student Government, will be hosting Hijab Week in the Women's Resource Center, room 356 of the Student Center.
Starting Monday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Hijab Week is a week-long event where students can participate in trying on free hijabs and wearing them for a day or for the whole week. There will be volunteers to help with the fitting.
A hijab, or headscarf, is typically worn by a female Muslim as a principle of modesty.
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