Inside the council, things aren’t going exactly well. Some of the meetings we held didn’t have a clear agenda, or a proper division of tasks. Neither are all of the members coming with the mindset or spirit of changing the student life in our university to the better. Fortunately all the political bigotry and polarization that surfaces on Elections day disappear and hardly made it to the council. Supposedly the choice of being cool and playing along, is the one that reigns.
Under the banner “The Alternative Solution” and with a daring agenda, the Take Back LAU Council student coalition launched its campaign for the annual student elections in Lebanese American University. […]
Ferdaous Naili, Alternative Candidate, Arts & Sciences, Beirut – Take Back LAU Council 2013.
Bassel Saridar, Alternative Candidate, Engineering School, Byblos – Take Back LAU Council 2013.
Shaden Fakih, Alternative Candidate, Arch. & Design, Beirut – Take Back LAU Council 2013.
Lily Hamouch, Alternative Candidate, Arch. & Design, Byblos – Take Back LAU Council 2013.
Layane El Horr, Alternative Candidate, Business School, Beirut – Take Back LAU Council 2013.
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 […]
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 […]