Tuck invites the Dartmouth Community to join us on Thursday, March 30th for Iftar (the meal eaten after sunset during Ramadan).
There will be a pre-iftar discussion led by Abdul Rahman Latif, Muslim Chaplain and Associate Director of the William Jewett Tucker Center that focuses on wealth, job applications, and faith. The discussion will begin at 6:15 p.m. and will be in Murdough 310 (Alperin Room).
ftar will take place at 7:13 p.m. in Murdough 309 (Learning Labs). The discussion and iftar are open to all members of the Dartmouth community.
More information coming soon.
Presented by the Black Student Association at Tuck (BSAT)
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