Tag Archives: Copley Square

A new summer itinerary

The university has spoken: The former Dialogue of Civilizations trip to Egypt will now be an excursion to Jordan and Turkey. My first thoughts upon hearing the update were filled with disappointment since I spent an entire semester focusing my … Continue reading

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Fighting injustice, one country at a time

When Boston demonstrators peacefully united downtown for Egyptian government reform on Feb. 9, Northeastern University’s Omar Duwaji led the crowd’s chants. I attended the event in Copley Square to take photographs for a class assignment. While I was there, I … Continue reading

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Democracy for Egypt?

Is it realistic for Egypt to become a democracy? The question has been posed by newscasters, citizens and professors, but what is the actual answer? Well, I don’t think anyone actually knows, but here is what I think: It is … Continue reading

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Boston demonstrators unite for Egyptian government reform

At least 100 protesters peacefully marched around Copley Square in Boston on¬†Saturday¬†afternoon for five hours to speak out against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Anti-government demonstrators gathered outside Trinity Church as news came of Vice President Omar Suleiman and other top … Continue reading

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Learning more about Egypt’s street revolution

This afternoon, Northeastern University’s International Affairs Program and Middle East Center held a forum about the “Egyptian Revolution” and Arab protests throughout the Muslim world. “There’s corruption all over the world. Generations all over the world can no longer stand … Continue reading

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