A Moroccan intellectual has stopped eating, saying the government has blocked him from leaving the country.
Joseph Jabbra, the president of Lebanese American University, talks about steering his institution through difficult political and economic times.
Students at the biggest university in the kingdom say they are getting more professors with little experience and difficult-to-understand accents.
An attempt at preventing overcrowding in economics and mass communications faculties at Cairo University introduces other negatives.
The difficulties many Arab students face getting to their universities makes it hard for many to complete their education.
Academic freedom is different from university independence, and more than just a basic human right. The distinctions are important, argues the author.
In summer, most academics flee Qatar for travel or family time. But a few stay behind.
Jad Melki, a professor at the American University of Beirut and the winner of a 2015 Global Media and Information Literacy Award from Unesco, explains the importance of his work.
The most recent academic year in Egypt may have seemed quiet. But a silent violence was taking place that destroyed academic freedom, says a lecturer.
Emad Shahin says “draconian injustice” prevails as he and over 100 others face capital punishment in Egypt.