Duke University student Yossra Hamid stands on her prayer rug in the Mosaic, a prayer room in Keohane dorm, on Feb. 18 in Durham, North Carolina. Hamid, a senior, prays five times a day and said she welcomed the university's willingness to accommodate the diverse religious practices of its student body.
Duke University student Yossra Hamid stands on her prayer rug in the Mosaic, a prayer room in Keohane dorm, on Feb. 18 in Durham, North Carolina. Hamid, a senior, prays five times a day and said she welcomed the university's willingness to accommodate the diverse religious practices of its student body. Chuck Liddy RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER/TNS
Duke University student Yossra Hamid stands on her prayer rug in the Mosaic, a prayer room in Keohane dorm, on Feb. 18 in Durham, North Carolina. Hamid, a senior, prays five times a day and said she welcomed the university's willingness to accommodate the diverse religious practices of its student body. Chuck Liddy RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER/TNS

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