Volume 31



MENASA JCAAC work together

Tess Latham

After the terrorist attacks on Israel Oct. 7, MENASA and JCAAC met to discuss the current events going on in Israel. They held an open discussion with a presentation that covered some historical background on the conflict. During the slide, presented by Donna Enayati, people could ask questions or answer some, creating a welcoming space to share and discuss.
“One of the big reasons why I want to get the two groups together is to create a bridge between the two affinity groups on campus to educate students about the history of the conflict,”, Makhluf Said.
MENASA adviser Joseph Makhluf also talked about what he hoped the outcome of the meeting was.
“I think, it was great to just help build community on our campus because we see conflict going on in the Middle East between Palestinians and Israelis and I did not want misunderstanding or misinformation to get between people who are part of either affinity group, and I’m hoping that they go to each others clubs again,” Makhluf said.

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