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Spiritual Life

Chaplain's calling helps Muslims

Shareda Hosein is Tufts University's first female Muslim chaplain, appointed last month. Shareda Hosein is Tufts University's first female Muslim chaplain, appointed last month. (ZARA TZANEV FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Rich Barlow
September 29, 2007

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After three decades in the military, the ivory tower is a new deployment for Shareda Hosein, Tufts University's first female Muslim chaplain. Yet the campus culture wars, while nonlethal, can be nasty. (Full article: 718 words)

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