LATEST

Tag Archives: egypt

Internet censorship comes with a heavy price

Oh, how the Internet has claimed our lives and souls. It seems to drive our fingers with an invisible force as we tap away mindlessly on our mobile phones, tablets and computers. It is now, seemingly, second nature for us ...

Read More »

Egyptian journalist and activists shares experiences

A group of students, faculty and community members listened Friday as Egyptian journalist and human rights activist Gihan Abou Zeid shared her perspective on the series of revolutions in her country.

Read More »

Among Us: Sumaya Attia

This is the third profile in a series called "Among Us" by Collegian videographer Ezra Romero.

Read More »

SCHOLARS DISCUSS EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION

Every seat in the Alice Peters Auditorium was taken on Friday as four experts spoke about the recent events in Egypt.

Read More »

Middle East scholars discuss Egypt’s revolution

Four Middle East scholars discussed the crisis in Egypt to a full house on Friday.

Read More »

Global events foreign to some students

Although anti-government protesting in Egypt has been in the news for weeks, their struggle might be recent news to some Fresno State students.

Read More »

Should the U.S. assist Egypt?

Among the intelligentsia, two positions have been staked out: One side proclaims support for the protesters no matter what — liberté, egalité, fraternité is their cry; the other side wonders why the United States is treating its ally in such a poor manner — send in the tanks, they say.

Read More »