Browsing American University in Cairo Scholarly Communications by Discipline "Journalism and Mass Communication"

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  • Abdel Moaty, Mai (2012-12-12)
    Welcome to the AUC Rare Books and Special Collections Library, where you can find treasures of knowledge within the heart of the campus. The official opening of this magnificent library was in February 1992 in Tahrir ...
  • El Husseiny, Habiba (2011-05-25)
  • El Behery, Omar Ramy (2018-12-12)
    Around the world, smoking has always been a controversial habit that many people would debate about. However, The American University in Cairo made an initiative to ban smoking on all of its campuses by 2019. Join Omar El ...
  • Abdel Rehim, Yara Ahmed (2012-05-14)
    The purposes of many student organizations at AUC have changed since the launch of the Student Union seventy-five years ago. Of course the community and the social issues have impacted these changes.
  • Farrag, Nadine (2012-05-14)
    In The American University in Cairo, many student organizations have been created over the years. Some made it up to this moment, others changed their activities, and many closed their operations completely. Only one ...
  • Risha, Lamees Hazem (2012-05-13)
    Since A-U-C started as an enlightening institution, there were a few number of students’ publications that got published. By time, different forms of publications have been produced trying to raise the A-U-C community’s ...
  • Enein, Farah (2018-05-17)
    Some people might have more opportunities than others. Being an AUC student or graduate has its perks starting from connections with professors that could help guide students in their startups, friends that help spread ...
  • Ismail, Farida (2016-12-18)
    This audio documentary is about the vegan and vegetarian culture in Egypt, it isn’t very prominent and even with a traditionally vegetarian friendly platter, Egyptians love their meat. Being a vegetarian or vegan can come ...
  • Abass, Farah (2018-05-17)
    This Audio Documentary will highlight the rise of food carts in Egypt, and will discuss the difference between the traditional food carts and the modern ones.
  • Tawfeek, Farah Hany (12/18/2016)
    Audio Documentary: Heros Behind the Scenes This Audio Documentary tells the story of two physically disabled people who made it in life: Magdy Shahir who became a motivational speaker and Amr Osama who, after a horseback ...
  • Bassily, Yasmine (2016-12-18)
    This script has all the interviews and narration transcribed, and timed. Additionally, the script offers an overview of the main objective of the documentary.
  • Bassily, Yasmine (2016-12-18)
    This audio documentary aims to show that the quarter-life crisis is something we all go through. Listen to the stories of Ramy Emad, a graduating senior, who is struggling to accept what life adult might bring to him. ...
  • El Zaharna, Raghda AbdelFattah (2018-12-12)
    This audio documentary is talking about Ewart Hall which is The American University in Cairo AUC’s main auditorium at the old Campus Located in Tahrir Square,it has served as the setting of many of the university’s major ...
  • Mostafa, Nada (2018-12-16)
    This audio feature was created in order to show how a physical space can help shape the experience of students in The American University in Cairo if they use it correctly.
  • El Shiaty, Nadine (2012-12-28)
    This is an audio documentary that introduces the world of Heavy Metal, its subculture, the nature of the songs and the on going battle they face with both the society and the government. Heavy Metal is perceived in Egypt ...
  • Ismail, Mariam (2018-05-13)
    This audio documentary is about how women historically and currently use tattoos as a way of defining and empowering themselves. It draws similarities between Ancient Egyptian women’s and Arab women’s tattoo motifs.
  • Deghidy, Yara Anwar (2018-12-12)
    This is an audio feature on the architecture of American University in Cairo (AUC) as it's known to be one of the best university campuses all over the world. It always had a unique identity and is from the very few ...
  • Shibl, Noura (2017-05-18)
    This audio documentary is about how parent’s restrictions limit their daughters, adult women, from important life experiences. I focused on limits on traveling among other issues.
  • Ghali, Maghie (5/25/2015)
    Belly dancing in Egypt was once a beautiful and highly esteemed art but has fallen from glory in the last few decades, becoming illicit and not respected.
  • Basiony, Dina Mohamed (2014-01-22)
    This study explores the discourses employed in three growingly popular global Islamic social media pages (GISMP), and examines their potential impact on identities of young Muslim followers across the globe. The initiatives ...