Marium Chandna Science & Technology Editor
Chief Justice in Pakistan reinstated with public support?
Bravely overcoming hurdles that disrupted their “Long March,” Pakistani lawyers were not only successful in forcing President Asif Ali Zardari to fulfill his promise of restoring the judiciary, but also managed to earn Pakistan a commendable reason to be in the headlines.Forum | March 30, 2009
Medical costs send Americans abroadSciTech | March 23, 2009
Feminism permeates through religions and cultures
Ever since it made its debut in feminist scholarship, the term “Islamic feminism” has been the topic of intense debate and scrutiny.
While secular feminists view it as a divisive strategy to form a counter-camp to Western secular feminism, advocates of Islamic feminism disagree.News | March 23, 2009
Pitt professor relates Muslim identity to the African-American community
University of Pittsburgh faculty member Arif Jamal spoke last week about the roots of Islam within the African-American community to help commemorate Black History Month at Carnegie Mellon.News | March 2, 2009
Obama’s success in Afghanistan debated
Afghanistan poses a much greater challenge to U.S. foreign policy than Iraq, said Abdulkader Sinno, assistant professor of political science and near Eastern studies at Indiana University, at a lecture at Carnegie Mellon co-sponsored by the Muslim Students Association (MSA), the Arab Students Organization (ASO), the Office of the Dean of Student Affairs, Heinz College, and the International Develo...News | February 23, 2009