College campuses are dynamic places rich in diversity; they bring the world to you in a way that few experiences can. But, along with these varying perspectives can come strong differences in opinion, and in turn these can quickly lead to tension and strife. Religious difference stands as a potent catalyst for possible discord.
But it doesn’t have to.
The Illinois Conference on Interfaith Collaboration (ICIC) seeks to address the specific concerns raised when navigating religious differences in the specific context of a college campus. It offers an opportunity to come together with other students from all across the country to learn from other students who face interfaith challenges on their own campus, and to hear from some of the top voices for interfaith cooperation working today.
More information on this interfaith conference can be found on their website: http://illinoisinterfaithservice.org/