Author: Sophia Saliby

DUBLIN — It’s a Friday afternoon in the Irish capital. Talbot Street, not far from the city center, is host to a casino, a Starbucks and an Irish gift shop. But tucked in the middle of it all is the Anwar-E-Madina mosque. Just like every Friday, hundreds of men shuffle in and out of the […]

DUBLIN — If there’s one thing you need to know about me, it’s that I love public transportation. And in European cities like Dublin, Ireland, there’s always a tram or quick bus to whisk me around. While Dublin has an extensive light rail and bus system, I can say in the several days I’ve been here, […]