From Houston Belief:
No one batted an eye as the two Muslim students in headscarves approached the table promoting the as-yet-unnamed “Jewish Sorority” outside the University of Washington’s student union.
One of the women, Naima Idris, took a half-melted piece of chocolate from the table and asked what made the all-Jewish sorority different from more mainstream houses. Female members of UW’s Muslim Student Association were intrigued, she said, with the idea of starting their own sorority.
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