The University currently provides Iftar dinners, as well as breakfast and dinner carry-out options.
The Office of the Provost and Stamp Student Union sponsored the $220,000 project.
The holiday began April 23.
As covid-19 upends life in the U.S., some students lean on their faith to ground them.
MICA and this university’s diversity and inclusion office ran the event series.
The stores offer Latin, Asian, kosher and halal food options.
To be a truly inclusive school, UMD needs to acknowledge major religious holidays on its calendar.
The University of Maryland is giving Muslim students the support they need.
The holiday coincides with final exams.
A conversation with Ramy Youssef, Steve Way and Dave Merheje.