Student Life

HealthNovember 10, 2016

How My Panic Attacks Started, And 5 Tips To Manage Them

Having a panic attack is a scary experience, and it is the result of the accumulation of anxiety

EmployeeOctober 12, 2016

Multitasking Is Killing Your Brain

Many people believe themselves to be multitasking masters; however, our brains were not build to multitask. Is this

EmployeeAugust 3, 2016

3 Tips for Preparing to Return to College as a Mature Student

Whether you are planning to earn a degree for the first time or are making a return to

Student LifeJune 16, 2016

A Few Pros and Cons to Studying Abroad

To some people, studying abroad is a dream come true, to others; however, it is a complete and

AUSMUN SeriesApril 12, 2016

The Changes in AUSMUN 2016 Edition (@AUS_ModelUN)

The author provides an overview of the conference this year, with some of the main changes in direction

AUSMUN SeriesMarch 20, 2016

The Latent Functions of MUN (@AUS_ModelUN)

The article explains the importance of MUN and tackles some problematic stereotypes about MUNers. Those who take subjects

AUSMUN SeriesFebruary 4, 2016

WIMUN: A Consensus Based MUN (@AUS_ModelUN)

What makes a negotiation more effective? Majority rules? Or consensus? I recently participated in the World Federation of

AUSMUN SeriesJanuary 14, 2016

AUSMUN: Developing the Discourse and Neogotiation Skills of the Youth (@AUS_ModelUN)

This article discusses the aims behind the AUSMUN conference, the benefits to delegates and to future generations as

AUSMUN SeriesDecember 15, 2015

AUSMUN Board Members: Different Ideas, Backgrounds, and Goals (@AUS_ModelUN)

Introducing the readers to the American University in Sharjah’s Model United Nations (AUSMUN) Board Members for the year 2016.

Social MediaNovember 26, 2015

Take the Fight Online

In a time where cyberbullying is spreading, how will enforcing regulations impact it, and how will it influence schools and parenting styles? “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me” is a nursery rhyme almost all of us heard growing up. Yet, this statement has been at fault in several situations. “Bullying”,