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Lack of Technical Courses at the Communication Arts Department

By Zeina Shehayeb LAU Tribune staff Being an intern is one’s first experience in the workplace before he or she officially becomes an employee. For me, this preparatory stage was a surprise. From the first day, I was asked to throw away all the theoretical aspects I learned at LAU. I was introduced to a … Continue reading

Rola Rizk: The Pillar of the Fine Arts and Foundation Studies

By Zeina Shehayeb LAU Tribune staff Sitting behind the black chair with her light brown curls lying on her shoulders, Rola Rizk busily types an email addressed to the faculty. Her red finger tips swiftly move through the keyboard. Once a student at LAU, Rizk is today an academic assistant for the fine arts and … Continue reading

To Sing for a Cause

By Farah Al Saati LAU Tribune staff May Nasr graduated from LAU as a social worker. Today, she is also a singer. As a child, Nasr’s dream was always to sing on a stage, playing a guitar. She never truly believed this dream would come true.  1.      Who supported you in the music field?  The … Continue reading

Brian Prescott-Decie: The Right of Nationality

Caroline Feghaly LAU Tribune staff He opened the door of his office and let me in with a wide smile. On his desk were piles of folders, occupying every inch of the table. From afar, he seems like a strict instructor, with a steady walk and penetrating blue eyes. But when you sit in his … Continue reading

Religious Students Juggle Academic and Religious Duties

By Assaad Hawwa LAU Tribune staff Although class was supposed to end five minutes earlier, the oral communication instructor continued his lecture about the importance of non-verbal communication. Rachelle Mikhael, a pharmacy student at LAU, looked at her watch with worried eyes. As soon as the instructor dismissed the class, she ran toward the LAU … Continue reading

Yes, I am a Journalism Student

By Selim Njeim LAU Tribune contributor I am always asked: “What are you majoring in?” A simple question that requires an even simpler answer: “Journalism.” What always shocks me is the flabbergasted look I see on people’s faces when I tell them. Usually, what happens next is the “burst out.” People ask, amazed: “You, Selim? … Continue reading

Citizen Journalism

By Lama Al-Haqhaq LAU Tribune staff Recently, citizen journalism has been highly encouraged and performed by many people across the world. This new phenomenon brought life to the phrase that I have been hearing repeatedly; “it is real news brought to us by real people.” While I am not completely against the idea of citizen … Continue reading

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