Layane El Horr, Alternative Candidate, Business School, Beirut – Take Back LAU Council 2013.
What may appeal, for many, as an impulsive, reactionary movement that came to exist only by means of luck in 2012, is in fact a chain of dialectic evolution that […]
Atallah Al-Salim speaks to Mish Jareedi on Take Back LAU Council 2013 Alternative candidates campaign. “Alternative Students Movement mobilized LAU students in Beirut campus and campaigned for setting affordable tuition […]
What if? What if you don’t want to be represented by agenda-less candidates who are treating you as a mean? What if you’d like to spark a change in this […]
For years, the Lebanese citizens have been complaining from the corrupt sectarian system, which has been clearly reflected in the university student councils around the country. This must be brought […]
On Sunday the 3rd of November, 7:30 pm – mr. Tarek Kamel posted a very critical comment on the wall Take Back LAU Council 2013 Page. Below is the official […]
Its November again; and just like every November at LAU our campus becomes a reflection of the Lebanese political system, and everything that is wrong with it. Students are badgered […]
Because we are sick and tired of “November Stalks” by Political representatives working on campus – winning seats but never achieving Because we are exhausted of sighing and hating the […]
A virtual vote is always a political statement. Let’s show the world who we are!
Dear esteemed LAU Administration, Joining the student body of the Lebanese American University is always a sought ambition by high school graduates. However, due to the exponential increase in the […]