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The Reeder Fellows invite the campus community to discuss Islam 4:15-5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 6 in the back room of Gilbert’s Cafe.

Electrical and computer engineering major Ben Doremus ’07 (Hopkinton, Mass.) will lead the discussion, entitled “Demystifying Islam.”

“We will be discussing what it means to be Muslim, both from a perspective inside and outside of the religion,” says Doremus. “I hope that this will touch on religious, sociological, and political topics, and also confront the differences between Islamic life in the ‘secular’ West and in Muslim states.”

Now in its second year as an off campus intellectual community, the Reeder Fellows program is experimenting with a new format. Reeder Fellows host events with professionals, visiting artists, college professors, and religious leaders.

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