When the starting gun sounds at Mount Tabor High School track meets, senior Kayla Montgomery from Winston-Salem, N.C., takes off.
The 18-year-old runner sets records, wins state titles, and next week, she's headed to nationals in New York.
But when Montgomery runs, her legs go totally numb. She has multiple sclerosis, a disease that causes nerve damage and interference in communication between her brain, spinal cord and legs.
Toga parties and keg stands have become stereotypes of college fraternities. But Ali Mahmoud had something else in mind when he founded Alpha Lambda Mu, the first social Muslim fraternity in the country.
"I realized that there was this void for Muslims on campus," says Mahmoud, a junior at the University of Texas at Dallas.