“I think the key to making UCLA more tolerant is to have an exposure to those of other faiths and ideas.”
An interfaith committee featured students from different religions Tuesday to promote understanding across faiths.
Panelists from various religions – including Catholicism, Judaism and Islam – spoke about their experiences with their religion in life and in college, how they have developed their faith and how their beliefs have helped them to find a community on campus. The Undergraduate Students Association Council president’s office hosted the event.
A moderator from the interfaith committee asked the three student panelists about different aspects of their faiths to spur an open discussion about religion and to address common misconceptions about their faiths.