The Daily Q

Egyptians celebrate Mubarak’s resignation

Do February 13, 2011

By Ismaeel Naar     The end came quickly Friday night for Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's 30-year regime. A haggard vice president Omar Suleiman appeared on television to tell the world: Hosni Mubarak has de...

Qatar’s Egyptians demonstrate at the embassy here

Do February 9, 2011

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Qatar Foundation deals with growing domestic abuse problem

Do January 25, 2011

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Al Jazeera’s Hassan Ibrahim warns students to be wary of media law

Do December 2, 2010

By Saif Alnuweiri   Arab nations would be better off without media laws,  said Hassan Ibrahim, a senior producer at Al-Jazeera International, the 24-hour English news and current affairs channel.  "When governments s...

Student Center opening delayed…again

Do November 24, 2010

By Caitlin Sewell and Zeena Al Tahhan     The initial contract for Education City's Student Center called for it to be completed in July 2009 but 18 months later, students are still waiting for opening of what was or...

Education City admissions representatives hit the road

Do November 24, 2010

By Benazir Karim     Admissions representatives from each of the six Education City university branch campuses have been on the road, literally, since October 8, recruiting students for the classes of 2015. And there are still miles to go before the drive ends.   The ...

A porter’s day at Souq Waqif

Do November 24, 2010

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Petition fails: NU-Q Monday classes still run

Do November 11, 2010

By Laala Al Jaber   Despite numerous Northwestern University in Qatar students raising religious objections to the university's Eid schedule, classes next Monday will run as scheduled, said a senior NU-Q official.  ...

Tiger

Do November 11, 2010

By Laala Al Jaber   When rumors began circulating that a tiger was wandering around Education City after escaping from a house in Qatar, pandemonium and excitement enveloped the educational community on October 21. Students q...

A fighter’s profile

Do November 11, 2010

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So how does the Doha Debates choose its topics?

Do November 8, 2010

By Saif Alnuweiri   Choosing topics for the Doha Debates, which has been produced by the Qatar Foundation for eight years and shown regularly on the BBC, has never been an easy task. Topics have to be controversial enough to have at least two sides debating, the ...

NYT’s Sulzberger Launches The Daily Q, bets on journalism’s future

Do October 28, 2010

  The Daily Q, the student publication of Northwestern University in Qatar, was launched Thursday by a man who knows something about publications: Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr., chairman and publisher of The New York Times.   The Daily Q is ...

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