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Upcoming Graduates Left in the Dark

By Ranim Hadid LAU Tribune staff Ramzi Khaled, business senior, approached the registrar’s window and asked about graduation, complaining that he is completely in the dark. “I don’t understand how we are at the end of the semester yet graduating students are still confused about how to prepare for the ceremonies,” he said. Every year, … Continue reading

Brad Pitt: New Face of Chanel No.5

Brad Pitt has been announced to be the new face of the world-wide known fragrance Chanel No. 5, the French fashion house told the media on Wednesday. “Chanel has selected world renowned actor Brad Pitt to be the face of the upcoming advertising campaign for Chanel No.5,” Chanel said in a brief statement on its … Continue reading

Bin Laden’s Family Deported To Saudi Arabia

The immediate family to Osama Bin Laden has been deported on Friday morning to Saudi Arabia nearly a year after the world’s most wanted man was killed in a U.S raid, officials informed the Daily Star. Currently, Washington D.C and Islamabad are working on mending their relationship after the discovery of Bin Laden’s whereabouts were … Continue reading

New Ban With No Plan

By Ranim Hadid LAU Tribune staff       Trying not to step on the numerous cigarette buds on the floor, Iman Soufan, an LAU journalism student, struggled between the crowds of people as she reached the upper gate. She rushed through the herds to make it on time to her next class. Holding her hair back as … Continue reading

LAU Sunny Day: Ice Cream and Fun Under the Sun

 Ranim Hadid LAU Tribune Contributor Students packed up on sunscreen while enjoying fun and ice cream during the Sunny Day that LAU hosted on April 20. Stands piled outside the Fine Arts Building. “Protect your skin,” one banner said.  “Do you drink enough water?” another asked. A third warned against skin cancer. Jocilene Karkoor, LAU’s … Continue reading

Blood Drive for Children Cancer Center

By Ranim Hadid LAU Tribune contributor LAU students donated 86 units of blood to the Children Cancer Center during a blood drive held on campus last week. Rita Doumit, nurse and organizer of the blood drive, said she aims for a greater number at the next blood drive. “I think in the spring or next … Continue reading

Toward a Freer Society?

 Ranim Hadid LAU Tribune contributor Omar Merheby describes himself as the chess board pawn that could make a difference. A business major, he is a passionate young man with a simple yet difficult mission: banishing sectarianism at LAU. To combat the political spirit that plagues LAU’s student council elections, Merheby established Free Society, a third … Continue reading

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