Al Turki reads one of her favorite books in the Secret Garden on the Tempe campus. Reading is one of her favorite hobbies, and she has read at total of 58 books in Arabic and English.
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Al Turki wears a necklace given to her from her best friend. The necklace, which depicts an eye in a hand, is a symbol that brings good luck to the person wearing it. Her friend gave this to her to prevent any misfortune and to remind her that God saves.
Praying is an important factor in Al Turki's Islamic belief. She explains that it can change her emotion and remind her of God. This allows her to be more confident throughout the day and remain strong in her faith.
Al Turki walks with a friend to class on the Tempe campus. In her American classes, she engages with people who treat her as an equal and others who don't understand her. Al Turki says that the friends and professors that accept her for the way that she looks motivate her to succeed.
Zach Tronstad, Al Turki's teaching assistant, shows her around his lab and explains the experiments he is working on.
After praying, Al Turki reads the Quran. She likes to pray in the Hayden room on campus because it is quiet and the Quran is provided.
Al Turki assists Zach Tronstad with a project in a lab on the Tempe campus.
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