Tag: Amina Samreen Salahuddin

Muslim Student Association spreads positivity

Amina Samreen Salahuddin | Asst. Features Editor May 29, 2014 According to Islam, the god Allah is “one but his names are many.” This is the belief that Muslims hold on to, as well as that the prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) is Allah’s messenger. If you know former American professional boxer Muhammad Ali, you would

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Model United Nations offers a glimpse into world affairs

Amina Samreen Salahuddin | Asst. Features Editor May 15, 2014 In the current world, where there is injustice and a disregard of basic human rights prevailing abundantly, getting to know civil rights, food security and making the world a better place to live seems to be the need of the hour. This is what the Riverside City

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Hollywood illustrator shares expertise with students

AMINA SAMREEN SALAHUDDIN | ASSISTANT FEATURES EDITOR April 30, 2014 Presenting Disney princesses, creating magical backdrops and putting together action sequences of ninja turtles is everyday work for Shawn McKelvey. McKelvey teaches Digital Art, Advanced Photoshop and Advanced Digital Media and Printing part time at Riverside City College, for the past three years. “Teaching is a satisfying

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A bookworm’s delight

AMINA SAMREEN SALAHUDDIN | ASST. FEATURES EDITOR   Just at the corner, passing through an arched walkway and along side an old building leads one into a quaint and cozy downtown bookstore. The Downtowne Bookstore, located on Main Street near the Mission Inn, was established in 1979 and offers a classic and cozy little place

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