Tuesday, May 23, 2023
AAUP Commemorates the 75th Anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba with Various Activities

The Arab American University commemorated the 75th anniversary of the Nakba with various activities, starting with a political symposium, and interspersed with a solidarity stand, a speech festival, a photo exhibition, and Palestinian flag half-mast.

The activities were attended by the member of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Dr. Wasel Abu Yousef, the governor of Jenin Governorate, Major General Akram Rjoub, the representative of the university president and vice president for academic affairs, Dr. Muayad Abusaa, vice-presidents and assistants, deans of faculties, members of the academic and administrative staff, students, and the student council.

Wednesday, April 6, 2022
AAUP Organizes a Discussion Session for "sata'r Alatma" Novel

The deanship of students’ affairs at The Arab American University have organized a discussion session for its students about a novel called “Sata’r Alatma” for the author Waleed Hodali who participated in the session by zoom, in the presence of Dr. Jamal Hiwal, a lecturer in the department of science and culture in the faculty of Arts, and Loay Tafash, the administrator of cultural and artistic activities in the deanship of students’ affairs.

Dr. Jamal Hiwal opened the session and welcomed the audience and participants. He then expressed how happy he is because of the students interest in Palestinian novels and prisoners issues, pointing out that the novel reflects the worries of Palestinian prisioners inside of the occupation’s prisons and how they face oppression by the prison wardens. He also asked the students to read the novel thoroughly because it has a lot of information and knowledge regarding what Palestinians can do if they get arrested.

Thursday, March 31, 2022
AAUP displays a play called "A'la Al Dawar" for the Palestinian artist Alaa Shihada

The Arab American University, Ramallah campus, a play called “A’la Al Dawar”, for the Palestinian artist Alaa Shihada.

Mr. Mohammad Sabaneh, vice dean of the faculty of modern sciences, indicated that AAUP is preparing a variety of activities for its students so they can have the needed skills. He also alluded that the display of the play is the first step in this long path.

The play is a 55 minutes’ monodrama (one actor), that shows the main daily issues that Palestinian citizens suffer from and highlights the life of those who live in villages because of the traditional lifestyle and the common concepts about villages.


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