Arabic Studies Around Dalhousie
The Department of Arabic Studies is exciting and involved, and can be found all over Dalhousie at events!
Academic Program Fair 2020
Hakimah (left), Roqaya, and Hasan promoting the Arabic Programme.
With Hakimah (left) and Jumanah at the opening of our booth.
The enthusiastic Promotional Team.
Hakimah (left), Manar, Jumanah, and the potential student they almost convinced that Arabic is the most charming language.
With Hasan and Roqaya.
Pythian Games 2020
Dana (left), Touffeeq, Akram, and Hayat in the Classics Library, after reciting Arabic poetry, a performance that brought them “The Prize for the Best Performance in a Living Language.”
The Winners: Hayat (left), Dana, Touffeeq and Akram.
Open House 2019
The enthusiastic Promotional Team: Abdul (left), Ali, Rodica, Aeriana, and Abdulrahman.
Aeriana (left), Mervat, Marwa, Ali, and Mohammed – ready to welcome potential students.
Mohammed (left) and Ali with a potential student.
With Abdullah (left) and Mohammad.
Pythian Games 2019
The winners of the Prize for the best performance in a living language, at the Pythian Games 2019. From the left: Ismail Ahmad, Dana Melli, (Rodica), Jowana Elahmar, Mohand Alasi, and Bashir Bietar.
On the stage: Jowana, Ismail, Bashir, Mohand, and Dana (Pythian Games 2019)
David Joiner (left) and Fahad Alghaith, supporting their colleagues at the Pythian Games 2019
The Academic Program Fair 2019
Layan (left), Ismail, and Rodica – Academic Program Fair, 2019
Dalhousie Open House 2018
At the Arabic booth, with Dina Elsebai (to my right), Malak Alkhaldi, Zaid Alquwaie (in black), and Yousef Almutawa (in red) – Open House 2018.
Potential student’s mother (standing) with Noor Akbar (left) and Malak Alkhaldi, promoting the Arabic Program, Open House 2018
From the left: potential student’s father, Mohand Alasi, Touffeeq Skaff (back), Abdel Hendi, Ismail Ahmad (back) and Mohamad Ourfali promoting the Arabic Program at the Open House 2018
With Marry Taha and Heba Alameri, relaxed after the Open House 2018!