(Assem Bazzi) Back to a life without Grand football matches, and all this shit is hitting the fan! The only thing most of us are capable of doing is to wait around for 2 years till the Euro-Cup starts. It’s freaking pathetic… (read more) #Gaza #beirut #FIFAworldcup #Lebanon
A large segment of the protest constituted of university students from LAU, AUB, USJ and Balamand. Photos of victimized Lebanese women lead the march, as the voices were raised in protest, demanding equality and justice for the mourning families – a whole new ambiance of hope and change.
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.
The student body is ready to take action in case the President fails to provide convincing answers and definite commitments; “We will no longer accept, the administration’s continuous disregard to the fact that students are the primary contributors to AUB’s budget. We should have a say in how and where our money is spent.”
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