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“Many of us came from Aswan and other governorates to work here because we thought AUC was different. It isn’t,” says worker
Protests continue across different university campuses on Wednesday
Czech archaeological team and AUC professor discover tomb of an Ancient Egyptian queen at the Abusir necropolis, southwest of Cairo
The application suggests recipes from ingredients in the kitchen
Research emphasises improved sense of psychological well-being after prayer
Coca-Cola’s campaign, which was originally launched in Australia, has dramatically changed Coca-Cola’s sales around the globe, especially among teenagers and young adults, according to Ogilvy, the advertising company which designed the original campaign.
After the government pulled programming, children are watching adult series that may expose them to “complex scenes they cannot process”, says AUC professor
Government increased petroleum product prices Saturday after cutting subsidies
New photo exhibit illustrates the daily challenges facing refugees in Egypt
Students were charged with belonging to a terrorist organisation, planning to kill a police officer, and blocking traffic
AUC seminar examines causes and solutions to child marriage
TEDxCairo is expecting about 800-900 participants for the 2014 edition
Entrepreneurs developed an unmanned mine detector, an educational cartoon, and a smartphone add-on that helps the blind detect obstacles – among other things
In revolution’s wake, Egypt must balance a “strategic relationship” with the US and EU, foreign minister says
Pocket Cinema wants filmmakers to test their creativity with short, low-budget films and follow the example of Chritopher Nolan, one of the biggest names in cinema today.
Charges are ridiculous, says Laila El Baradei
One of Farida’s role models is a soccer star who has helped dismantle stereotypes about female athletes — Olympic gold medalist Alex Morgan of the US national women’s team, who is also a model and published author.
The founder of The Greek Campus Ahmed El Alfy said that the Rise Up Summit can help connect Egyptian entrepreneurs.
Incubated teams receive EGP 20,000 to develop their projects
Greek Campus in Downtown to be transformed into Egypt’s first technology park
An AUC production of True West proves successful
Several companies announce plans to increase volume of investment.
By Taher El Moataz Bellah The current structure of the student government with its three branches; the student union, the student senate and the student court (previously known as student judicial board) is greatly inspired by the Madisonian design of the US government that is named after the famous James Madison who was the architect …
University students and graduates reflect on the quality of education they received in Egyptian universities compared to the fees they paid
AUC signs agreement with CIB to establish CIB endowed professorship in banking
In Egypt’s dire political situation, one of the most important ways to understand the complexities of the situation is the media; supposedly the institution that seeks to find the truth and present it to its audience. However, in Egypt’s case, much of the local media is polarised, politicised and biased, and international media as well does not serve as an alternative for objective reporting due to the many challenges it faces. The Daily News Egypt reviews the positions of local and international media coverage of Egypt’s latest events, and the different narratives that are presented.
Drive-by shooting in Heliopolis kills one student, injures two
Egypt forced to change fuel suppliers as debt compiles
Tahrir campus classes to continue
After years of only a few teams practicing and playing Egypt, the AUC Ultimate Frisbee competition is evidence of the sport’s growing popularity