October 17: From activism to slacktivism

For a variety of reasons, people in Lebanon are shying away from protesting on the streets and resorting to digital activism.

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Today marks the 18th anniversary of former president George W. Bush’s signing of the Authorization for the Use of Military Force Against Iraq –passed by the House of Representatives and the...

No student elections in sight at AUB for second year in a row

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Administrative decisions have harmed the ability of students to continue their studies. An AUB student council is needed now more than ever.

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October 17: From activism to slacktivism

October 17: From activism to slacktivism

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For a variety of reasons, people in Lebanon are shying away from protesting on the streets and resorting to digital activism.

No student elections in sight at AUB for second year in a row

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Administrative decisions have harmed the ability of students to continue their studies. An AUB student council is needed now more than ever.