After being thrown out of Egyptian universities because of their political activities, many Egyptian students have headed to Turkey to pursue their education.
Student elections have been a quiet affair this fall as students have begun to shy away from politics.
After the Paris attacks, Muslim students fear that terrorism will be confused with their religion.
Academic architecture departments are absent from important political discussions of the built environment in the Arab world, argues the author.
The split between opposing factions in Palestine, Fatah and Hamas, is surfacing in ugly ways at the university in the West Bank, students say.
Medical students’ protests stopped the Ministry of Health’s attempt to make it mandatory for students to work in remote areas after graduation.
Only after exploring the long history of religious involvement in education can policymakers understand how to root extremism out, the author argues.
Mauritania is starting a television channel aimed at university students early next year.
Palestinian students say they fear for their safety when they protest politically on Israeli campuses.
Students say universities have used security threats as an excuse to restrict their freedom to protest.