Rosemary Costello, left, and Iman Habel share a laugh at a C.A. House get-together. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
At a C.A. House get-together are, from left, Iman Habel, Asher Mirvish, Angad Singh, Jaspal Bainiwal, Jassimran Bainiwal, Aaron Periera and Rosemary Costello. Said Singh of his experience at C.A. House, “To have a place where you can come home, it’s so cool — where you don’t have to ask, ‘Is someone going to harass me, or ask me why I wear a turban?’ " Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Iman Habel, a fourth-year psychology and international relations major from Kenya, cooks up some onions while preparing a meal with Aaron Pereira, a fourth-year mechanical engineering major from the U.K. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
The Multifaith Living Community at 433 Russell Blvd. in Davis, is operated by the Cal Aggie Christian Association, commonly known as C.A. House. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Sari Kosdon, Dylan Stanton, Mariam Aejaz, seated on the couch, and Jassimran Bainiwal take part in a discussion led by facilitator Máhsea Evans, right. Said Aejaz of the decision to be part of C.A. House’s Multifaith Living Community, “They equally valued every single faith, or even if you didn’t have a faith — if you were atheist or agnostic. That really stood out.” Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

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