What’s Your Legacy?
By: Lamis Baydoun

Denzel Washington once said, “At the end of the day, it’s not about what you have or even what you have accomplished...

With Loads of Love and Raspberry Macaroons!
By: Ranin Jaafar

Valentine’s Day is an annual festival that takes place in many corners of the world, marked on February 14...

Celebrating Excelling Law Students
By: Sarah Salhab

For the third year in a row, the College of Law and Political Science at Phoenicia University celebrated and honored students who have demonstrated an ongoing effort to excel in their academic journey and who have established a notable academic record.

UNHCR’s 16 Days of Activism: Bakkir 3laya
By: Reem Makki

The 16 Days of Activism against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) is an annual international campaign held by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and that takes place in many corners of the world.

Independence Day
By: Hassan Zayatt

On Thursday, December 6, 2018, Phoenicia University celebrated Lebanon's 75th Independence Day by inviting the Lebanese Army Orchestra to perform at its grounds.  The event took place at the auditorium and was very well-attended. After the Orchestra played the Lebanese anthem, one of the students, Hassan Mroueh, welcomed our guests and spoke greatly of Lebanon while reminding us of the Lebanese armed forces’ motto: honor, sacrifice and loyalty. PU students Mahdi Hassan and Israa Taleb also read their work to the audience, honoring our army’s resilience and bravery. Afterwards, the Orchestra delivered a live performance of well-known and national Lebanese songs that was met with a standing ovation from instructors and students. Lastly, the Orchestra were presented with flowers and a beautiful painting to show the PU community’s love and appreciation to the protectors of our nation. The event was concluded as the audience and the members of the army headed to PU’s green space and planted a cedar tree, Lebanon’s symbol of strength, longevity, and peace.

PU Students Attend the Arab Architects Awards
By: Rim Khalifi

On October 27, 2018, the Society of Architecture and Design at Phoenicia University had the opportunity to attend the Arab Architects...

In Honors Of
By: Hani Rhayyel

The only thing that is constant about human nature, and virtually all humans one may meet, is change...

Dr. Pedro Van Meurs’ Lecture at PU
By: Bassam El-Ghoul

On Friday, November 9, 2018, Dr. Pedro Van Meurs visited the PU campus and delivered a lecture titled...

An Innovative Recycling Initiative in Lebanon
By: Mahdi Hassan

The Risala Club at Phoenicia University organized a seminar titled "The Sorting-at-Source Initiative: A Lebanese Perspective"....

An Interview with the Founding Executive Director of CUGH
By: Ghiwa Safawi

On October 31, 2018, Phoenicia University was pleased to welcome Dr. Keith Martin...