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NU-Q kicks off its first women’s soccer team

October 18, 2012

Filed under Features, Sports

By Ralph Martins     There's a new pack of Wildcats at NU-Q.   This semester, soccer enthusiasts Maha Al-Ansari and Dana Al-Mesnad kicked off the first ever Northwestern University in Qatar's female soccer ...

Students angry that “study room” closed

October 17, 2012

Filed under Features, News

By Qingjia Jiang     NU-Q students are concerned and frustrated, as NU-Q Student Affairs has limited their access to the “study room...

CMUQ’s The Apprentice

October 10, 2012

Filed under Features, News

By Sidra Ayub     The food court in CMU-Q was busier than usual Wednesday as five groups of students teamed up to compete against each other in a business competition called The Apprentice.   The three-day ...

NU-Q Class of 2016 most competitive, most involved class ever

October 9, 2012

Filed under Features, News

By Sidra Ayub     One month down, and the freshman Class of 2016 have already outnumbered the upperclassmen in attendance at student meetings and events, according to the department of student affairs.   ...

SPJ Qatar makes its first international appearance

October 4, 2012

Filed under Features, News

By Sidra Ayub     In a first, two NU-Q students represented the Society of Professional Journalists in Qatar (SPJ-Q) at the Excellence in Journalism Conference this year in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.   Penny Y...

Give me that Zumba beat!

March 1, 2012

Filed under Features

By Elysia Windrum   Music blasts in a room full of energetic bodies. People of different ethnicities, ages and sizes shake their hips and throw about their arms as they follow the instructor in the front of the room. Thi...

Parking woes continue to plague EC students , staff and faculty, with no end in sight

February 20, 2012

Filed under Features, News

By Aamena Ahmed   The beginning of construction on the Qatar Foundation's Central Library last semester is continuing to cause serious shortages of parking spaces on campus---and has resulted in an increase in parking ticke...

Want to be social? Smoke, say EC students

February 15, 2012

Filed under Features, News

By Alanna Alexander   Students in Education City are complaining that too many of their colleagues have begun smoking as a habit, turning it into a social event.     A freshman at Carnegie Mellon University in Qat...

NU-Q seniors will join peers in Evanston for graduation

December 8, 2011

Filed under Features

By Marium Saeed   Northwestern University in Qatar's first graduating class will not only be graduating in Qatar but will be flying to the home campus in Evanston to participate in the graduation ceremonies there.   ...

Northwestern University in Qatar breaks ground for new campus building

November 29, 2011

Filed under Features, News

By Zainab Sultan   Northwestern University in Qatar broke ground Tuesday on its new Education City building, which Dean Everette Dennis told the audience of staff, faculty and dignitaries from Northwestern's Evanston campus ...

Syrian expats protest Assad’s regime in Doha

November 27, 2011

Filed under Features

By Ismaeel Naar Thousands of Syrian expatriates living in Qatar rallied here Saturday to support the Syrian revolution against the regime of President Bashar Al-Assad, at one point burning his effigy in a mock execution. When the effigy fell from where it was hanging, protesters st...

New dining hall in Education City opens its doors to students, staff and faculty

October 11, 2011

Filed under Features, News

By Benazir Karim     For a modest QR 26, students and staff can get soup, salad, a main course and a dessert as part of the first-ever meal plan offered at Education City's newest dining hall, which officially opened...

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