Islamo-Fascism Week Prompts Students to Hold Service Event

November 29, 2007

Author: Anum Azam

Source: Johns Hopkins Newsletter

The Gilman tunnel is not exactly the ideal location for a bakery, scarf factory and artists' meeting spot to coexist.

And yet, for four hours on Friday, Nov. 16, 21 student groups came together in the name of service and changed that.

Hopkins's first collaborative day of service, called "Healing a Fractured World," was organized by the Muslim Student Association (JHUMA) and the Interfaith Community with active involvement by campus service, awareness and religious groups.