That controversial case of Andrea Armstrong, the female basketball player who preferred the uniform of Islam to the one provided by USF, has ended on an appropriate, however circuitous, note. The Oregon native not only left the team and the university, she also left Islam. She went back to her home state and returned to Christianity.
Apparently she had been driven to convert in the first place — out of homesickeness.
So much controversy, so much anxiety, so much geo-political backlash, who was to know? It was just a phase.
Or in the words of Emily Littel: “Never Mind.”