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  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    Twenty-six-year old Farrah Farley, a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin, voices her support for the protesters in Egypt at a rally in front of the Capitol in Austin, Texas on Feb. 5. "I have a lot of friends in Egypt, so I want to show that there is a community standing in solidarity with them in Austin," Farley said. Students from UT's Muslim Students' Association also participated in the rally.
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  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    More than 700 people attended a rally organized by Bay Area Muslim Youth on Jan. 29 at the UN Plaza in San Francisco, Calif. Students from the University of San Francisco, Santa Clara University, UC Berkley, and San Jose State University were among those in attendance.
    Mona Aiyed
  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    About 25 Purdue University students rallied together at the Purdue Memorial Mall on Feb. 4 to show their support of Egyptian protesters. The event was organized by the university's Egyptian Student Association and several Egyptian graduate students.
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  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    Around 20 students from Ohio State University participate in a community-wide rally and show of solidarity for protesters in Egypt. The Feb. 5 rally at Wexner Plaza was the third in a series of solidarity demonstrations on OSU's campus. Omar Gowayed, 18, a second generation immigrant from Egypt, organized the event. "My entire life I've wanted Mubarak to fall. I've always told my friends that the revolution is coming. Finally it has come," he said.
    Omar Gowayed
  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    A group of about 60 University of Minnesota students and professors gathered in silent protest outside the Coffman Union on campus to show their support for protesters in Egypt on Jan. 28.
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  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    About 80 University of Michigan students from different student groups, including the university's Egyptian Students Association, gathered on campus to demonstrate their support for Egyptian protesters on Jan. 28. "People are actually standing up for their rights," Mohamed Mattar, a University of Michigan junior and president of the university's Egyptian Students Association, told The Michigan Daily.
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  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    Some 600 rally members shouted their support for the protesters in Egypt in front of the Federal Building in Los Angeles, Calif. on Feb 5. Students from the University of Southern California and UCLA joined the protests. Organizer Tamer Abdelrahim said that the rally was held in solidarity with the protesters in Egypt.
    Skye von der Osten
  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    Nadar Allen, a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati, waves two Egyptian flags during a protest against Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak on campus in this Jan. 28 photo. Allen, who was among more than two dozen protesters, said he'd like to see the U.S. spread democracy around the world starting with Egypt.
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  • Egyptian Protests Continue On Campus

    Arizona State University student Oday Shahin, 22, led a protest for freedom in the Middle East. The ASU chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine gathered students and community members for the rally in Tempe, Ariz. in this Feb. 4 photo.
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