Two Days Left Until Divergent: Cultural Practices VS Islamic Law & MSA Elections!
Remember our final event of the year, Divergent: Cultural Practices Versus Islamic Law, takes place this Wednesday, April 15th in the Georgia State University Student Center Ballroom!
We will be bringing in special guest speakers Mufti Hussain Kamani and Mufti Samir Wahid to tackle the pressing issues that cultural traditions may sometimes have when tied to religion. We will also feature a Q&A session in case any of you have any burning questions.
This event is open to EVERYONE in the Atlanta community! Be sure to bring your parents, kids, siblings, friends, and other relatives along for this truly memorable night.
Tickets for this event will only be $10!
Included in your $10 is:
- A FREE MSA T-Shirt
- Promotional Items (with a "Like" on our Facebook Page or other social media)
Seating is very limited so buy your tickets before they sell out! Tickets will also be available at the door in small quantities! After your purchase, be sure to contact us with your name, email address, phone number, Panther ID number, and shirt size once purchased at http://www.msaatgsu.com/contactus/
To purchase tickets visit: http://squ.re/1NrUmfY
To volunteer, please visit: http://www.msaatgsu.com/volunteer-here/
For more information, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/1629904787225333/
The MSA at GSU is also happy to announce that the 2015-2016 elections are now underway.
Check out our full, dedicated election page right here: http://www.msaatgsu.com/apply-to-the-board
Nominations will run from April 8, 2015 to April 15, 2015. The nominated person will be contacted to accept or reject the nomination after which time they will be asked to fill out a detailed application. Voting and subsequent interviews will take place shortly thereafter so please apply today!