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One Muslim student’s experience at the U

“Get to know why someone chooses what they do. If you are curious and respectful, it is usually okay to ask your friends questions about why they fast for Ramadan or wear a hijab, or do other things related to their faith. That means someone is willing to learn more about someone else as a person and they are trying to overcome their biases.”

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Ensuring belonging for all: student connection and university success

According to University of Luxembourg Student Services Team Leader and Inclusion Officer, Joanna West, “belonging is the emotional counterpart to inclusion. It is the feeling of having personal involvement in an environment… [of] being part of something and feeling supported as well as giving support to others.”

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