Is there a place on the Harvard campus designated for Muslim prayer?
Yes. A list of campus prayer spaces is available here: https://scholar.harvard.edu/khalilabdur-rashid/community Among those spaces are:
Harvard-affiliated members of the Muslim community are invited to the basement of Canaday E where a prayer room (Musalla) is open for all five daily prayers; there are designated spaces for Friday Ju’maa congregation as well. For access details please see Facebook page for Harvard Islamic Society: https://www.facebook.com/harvardislamicsociety/].
There is an Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Space, co-organized by the Muslim Law Students Association, located on the 2nd floor of Wasserstein Hall, inside the Student Organization Workroom.
See the web site of Khalil Abdur-Rashid, the Muslim Chaplain for Harvard University, for information about other spaces and activities: https://scholar.harvard.edu/khalilabdur-rashid
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