By Lina Shustarovich
The religious community at Penn has made it a priority to fulfill the desire and need for special services and events in response to the war with Iraq, and according to campus religious leaders, students are taking advantage of this.
Wharton junior Rishi Bhutada, who is a board member of the Hindu Students Council/Young Jains of America, said that within his religious community, there has also been an increased interest and request for more religious services.
"People have asked what is being offered and what services are being held," Bhutada said, noting that attendance was higher than usual at a recent service.
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