2 Colleges Expand Religious Services

August 12, 2019

Two religiously affiliated colleges last week announced new services for people of different beliefs.

The University of San Francisco, a Roman Catholic institution, has named Rabbi Camille Shira Angel, who has taught at the university since 2017, the university’s first rabbi in residence.

Shenandoah University, a Methodist institution, has hired Hanaa Unus, a Muslim, who is the first non-Christian to serve in the university's spiritual office.

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