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That Token Black Guy

November 25th, 2018|0 Comments

by Abubakar, a fourth year chemical engineer Navigating the intersection of being both Black and [...]

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That Token Black Guy

November 25th, 2018|0 Comments

by Abubakar, a fourth year chemical engineer Navigating the intersection of being both [...]

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1312, 2018

Surviving Islamophobia

December 13th, 2018|0 Comments

by Nabila Idris One chilly evening this Michaelmas, a group of drunk men accosted a friend of mine in front of the Cambridge railway station. They patted her [...]

2511, 2018

That Token Black Guy

November 25th, 2018|0 Comments

by Abubakar, a fourth year chemical engineer Navigating the intersection of being both Black and Muslim in the UK is more difficult than it may appear. The [...]

2909, 2018

Freshers’ – My Story

September 29th, 2018|0 Comments

by Sanaa, a second year studying veterinary medicine My story, like all stories, is a bit different. I took a ‘Gap Year’ before coming to Cambridge, and so [...]

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Surviving Islamophobia

December 13th, 2018|0 Comments

by Nabila Idris One chilly evening this Michaelmas, a group of drunk men accosted a friend of mine in front of the Cambridge railway station. They patted her on the head, ruffled her scarf, and leered, [...]

That Token Black Guy

November 25th, 2018|0 Comments

by Abubakar, a fourth year chemical engineer Navigating the intersection of being both Black and Muslim in the UK is more difficult than it may appear. The black community in the UK predominantly identifies as [...]

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Surviving Islamophobia

December 13th, 2018|0 Comments

by Nabila Idris One chilly evening this Michaelmas, a group of drunk men accosted a friend of mine in front of the Cambridge railway station. They patted her on the head, ruffled her scarf, and leered, “I like your little turban”. When she protested, they told her to go back to her country. In the current political climate, such incidents are distressingly [...]

That Token Black Guy

November 25th, 2018|0 Comments

by Abubakar, a fourth year chemical engineer Navigating the intersection of being both Black and Muslim in the UK is more difficult than it may appear. The black community in the UK predominantly identifies as Christian and most Muslims are of south Asian/Arab descent. It’s therefore not that hard to imagine that a Black Muslim may experience some sort of identity [...]

Freshers’ – My Story

September 29th, 2018|0 Comments

by Sanaa, a second year studying veterinary medicine My story, like all stories, is a bit different. I took a ‘Gap Year’ before coming to Cambridge, and so I had a lot of time to take a break and build up to the excitement that is starting university. As someone who comes from the London borough of Harrow, one of the most [...]

1312, 2018

Surviving Islamophobia

December 13th, 2018|0 Comments

by Nabila Idris One chilly evening this Michaelmas, a group of drunk men accosted a friend of mine in front of the Cambridge railway station. They patted her on the head, ruffled her scarf, and leered, “I like your little turban”. When she protested, they told her to go back to her country. In the current political climate, such incidents are distressingly [...]

2511, 2018

That Token Black Guy

November 25th, 2018|0 Comments

by Abubakar, a fourth year chemical engineer Navigating the intersection of being both Black and Muslim in the UK is more difficult than it may appear. The black community in the UK predominantly identifies as Christian and most Muslims are of south Asian/Arab descent. It’s therefore not that hard to imagine that a Black Muslim may experience some sort of identity [...]

2909, 2018

Freshers’ – My Story

September 29th, 2018|0 Comments

by Sanaa, a second year studying veterinary medicine My story, like all stories, is a bit different. I took a ‘Gap Year’ before coming to Cambridge, and so I had a lot of time to take a break and build up to the excitement that is starting university. As someone who comes from the London borough of Harrow, one of the most [...]

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