College B-baller Dewnya Bakri is successfully mingling both her religion and her athletic prowess. The 20-year-old Muslim University of Michigan senior dons a traditional head scarf and long pants while she plays for the college basketball team and, in her spare time, coaches Muslim girls, teaching them about the prejudice she's endured throughout her competitive sports playing career. (When she was attending a local Dearborn high school, her opponents would take trash talk to the lowest level, calling her a terrorist and telling Bakri and fellow Muslims to go back to their own country.) It's good to hear about some positive developments for Muslim women reported on once in a while, right? [MSNBC]