Muslim Student Association leaders say their group has often felt marginalized at Cal Poly, but now they’re seeing some positive changes from administrators. Students Rubia Siddiqi, Zia Absar, Leila Assal and Ibraheem Azam meet with their faculty adviser, Steve Lloyd-Moffett, second from right.
Muslim Student Association leaders say their group has often felt marginalized at Cal Poly, but now they’re seeing some positive changes from administrators. Students Rubia Siddiqi, Zia Absar, Leila Assal and Ibraheem Azam meet with their faculty adviser, Steve Lloyd-Moffett, second from right. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Muslim Student Association leaders say their group has often felt marginalized at Cal Poly, but now they’re seeing some positive changes from administrators. Students Rubia Siddiqi, Zia Absar, Leila Assal and Ibraheem Azam meet with their faculty adviser, Steve Lloyd-Moffett, second from right. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Cal Poly’s Muslim student club says university is trying to make amends

April 28, 2017 06:58 PM

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