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Nayrus Ibrahim

Despite her desire for more diversity at UWRF, Ibrahim feels accepted here.

Despite her desire for more diversity at UWRF, Ibrahim feels accepted here. “Everybody’s been so welcoming, so nice,” she said. “I haven’t noticed anybody judging me for my religion. Even if they did, I’m the last person to notice because I always look for the best in people.” She wants to become a leader and help to make the campus more diverse. She recently became the secretary of the Feminist Club and plans to run for president of the Black Student Union next year, then run for a position in Student Government Association in the spring. (Photo by Tori Schneider)

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