‘Interfaith Shabbat’ serves up diversity with dinner

Hillel, Muslim Student Association co-host 3rd annual event to celebrate differences in beliefs

In the wake of religious turmoil gripping the world, Muslim and Jewish students at Binghamton University chose to set aside differences and set their plates for dinner instead.

The Muslim Student Association (MSA) and Hillel-Jewish Student Union collaborated to co-host an “Interfaith Shabbat” dinner in the Chenango Room. Instead of Hillel’s usual Friday Shabbat dinners, the organizations teamed up to celebrate diversity and the mingling of the two beliefs in their third-annual interfaith dinner.

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