Browsing Student Scholarship by Discipline "Multimedia Journalism"

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  • Guirguis, Sarah (2016-12-18)
    The purpose of this audio documentary is to put a microscope on the general Egyptian attitude towards unfamiliar art, specifically the types of dance that people are not used to watching on stage. Tune in to see the ...
  • Zarie, Mayar (2019-05-15)
    In commemorating 100 years of the American University in Cairo, five AUC students majoring in Graphic Design, with the help of two professors, take on a noteworthy project, the AUC Centennial Coin, with sensational outcomes.
  • Mourtada, Karim Jihad (Soundcloud, 2017-05-17)
    This audio documentary sheds light on the social aspect of smoking and how a social addiction could be developed from a very young age.
  • Naguib, Monica Mamdouh (2019-12-10)
    This audio feature explores the concept of lifelong learning.
  • Akkawi, Dania (2018-12-16)
    This Audio Feature is a documentation of my family home, built in 1927, in Zamalek, Cairo. As my grandmother is getting older, the inevitability of selling the house is unavoidable. The voices of the people you will hear ...
  • El-Tobgy, Nada (2013-05-20)
    The fashion industry in Egypt is growing, despite a struggling economy and lack of resources. AUC Radio’s Nada El-Tobgy reports on how Egyptian designers struggle to boost to an industry that has a long way to go, giving ...
  • Adel Dayem, Farah (2015-05-25)
    Can women have it all? A fulfilling career and a stable family life? Throughout the generations women have been passing through different circumstances with their career lives depending on their ages and their life ...
  • Mahmoud, Kanzy (2015-05-18)
    Over the years, more and more AUC (American University in Cairo) students apply for a semester abroad and come back with their stories unheard although they had some of the most enriching experiences a person can have. As ...
  • Irshad, Ghazala (2013-05-20)
    Chugging along faulty infrastructure, and driven by corruption, Egypt’s railway system is on track to disaster, with 550 train accidents every year. Horrific deaths, public outrage, and politicians’ promises always follow. ...
  • Rabie, Engy (2013-12-19)
    The Graffito Effect talks about Graffiti in Egypt; it highlights graffiti as a form of expression in which it could be artistic, insulting or just personal expressive drawings and paintings on walls.
  • El Feky, Sama (12/18/2016)
    This documentary reveals the history and objective of AUC’s Research Institute for a Sustainable Environment (RISE). Founded in 2013, RISE positively impacts not only AUC and Egypt but also the Middle east and North Africa ...
  • Youssef, Mohammad (2019-12-18)
    Sana Hafez shares her narrative around her father getting detained during the Nasserite era and how it influenced her.
  • Mawsouf, Nada (2018-05-13)
    This audio documentary discusses the side effects of returning from exchange programs. Students who went on exchange programs at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Denmark talk about what they miss about living ...
  • Guirguis, Sarah (2016-12-05)
    In this interview, Lauren Clark talks about hip-hop in Egypt, and the importance of Egyptian youth knowing the roots of an art form and honoring the people who created the dance culture that they are now embracing.
  • Guirguis, Sarah (2016-12-12)
    In this interview, Mahmoud Shoukry talks about his experience as a dancer in HOOD, the first hip-hop dance club formed at the American University in Cairo in 2003.
  • Guirguis, Sarah (2016-12-05)
    In this interview, Shahira Hamdy talks about her experience as a dancer in 2003 and her opinion about Egyptian attitude towards dancers, specifically girl dancers.
  • Samhout, Basant (2019-12-09)
    Sex is generally a very ‘taboo’ topic everywhere in the world. It’s uncomfortable and often portrayed comically in sit-coms; such as the dreaded moment of coming of age portrayed in ‘the talk’ when parents have a private ...
  • Ahmed, Salma (2019-05-15)
    This audio feature aims to showcase the difference in opinions of Egyptians of varying ages about marriage. Join Farah Ahmed and Salma Ahmed as they reveal their different expectations regarding marriage and starting a family.
  • Montasser, Sary (2019-12-18)
    Student athletes may be portrayed as living the ideal college life. However, that may not necessarily be true.Student athletes face various challenges and hardships due to the multiple commitments they have to omit to. ITs ...