The beginning of the spring semester saw a new cohort of international and visiting students introduced to campus by their Office of International Program mentors.
Students from the Faculty of Health Sciences performed an “ambulant theater” at various spots around campus to reinforce the importance of public health.
The Natural History Museum displayed their amazing collections of insects and plants: from beetles and butterflies to pressed flowers and leaves, it showcased “a legacy carried forward” since 1866.
There is always something going on at West Hall! Here, a band plays to promote auditions for live acts for the return of AUB Outdoors.
IDEAS, the flagship spring event for MSFEA, showcased the richness and diversity of engineering, architecture, and design as academic disciplines and drivers of innovation.
The second edition of the Undergraduate Open House saw prospective students and their families enjoying a vibrant atmosphere on the Green Oval and activities across campus.
The 8th Mahmoud Kahil Awards was followed the next day by the inauguration of the Rada & Mutaz Sawaf Center for Arab Comics Studies at AUB.
Students of the Next Step program at AUB, designed for young adults with intellectual challenges, displayed their artwork at an exhibition in West Hall.
The AUB Choir rises again! This year saw the return of the choir, conducted by Arlette Khayata, with student, faculty, and staff performers. The spring concert featured nostalgic songs from the 1960s.
The first Glass Art Show at AUB was held with the Chemistry Department’s own master glass blower, Boutros Sawaya.
The 2nd Math Olympiad saw 700 high school students compete, 71 make it to phase 2, and 10 ultimate winners, solving math problems that emphasize ingenuity and imagination over technical prowess.
The largest student-led event in the region, AUB Outdoors returned after a three-year hiatus to great fanfare and fun for all under the theme of “The World Tour.”