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The Beginning

April 13th, 2011 | by Zajel ZU Staff

DUBAI // Here we begin. Our first ever post. So where exactly do we begin? This initiative was never meant


Some students pay tutors to write their papers

January 29th, 2011 | by Zajel ZU Staff

Editor's Note -- The names in this article have been changed to protect the identity of the people interviewed. By Najla Al Mehairbi Student Press Correspondent Abu Dhabi — Because of university efforts to detect plagiarism, some students at Zayed University and other institutions are paying tutors to write their papers so that they can receive good grades


No women with ambition please

January 18th, 2011 | by Zajel ZU Staff

By Fatema Al Sayegh CCMS Student One of the most difficult decisions an Emirati woman can make today isn’t whether she should invest in a Chanel or an Hermes bag, or whether ditching her BlackBerry and opting for an iPhone would grant her peace of mind. Not even close. It’s whether she should receive her higher education at home or abroad. Such a decision has the potential to rock her world, and she may one day live to regret her decision, whichever one she chooses.


Student finds the right major after challenges

January 18th, 2011 | by Zajel ZU Staff

By Sara Abdulla CCMS Student DUBAI -- Recently, Sara Al Muharri, a student in Art and Design College talked about her experience, and what she went through to settle on one major



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