Walk down the streets of Cairo and look around…Do you like what you are seeing? Do you like what we have become? Turn the T.V on and switch from channel to channel…Do you like what you are hearing? Does it not strike you at all that we have become flocks..
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The Egyptian Special Olympics Regional Football Cup has just started as of February 14, 2014 and will continue until February 20, 2014. This tournament involves the countries of North Africa, who will compete right here in Cairo. The Special Olympics in Egypt was first established in 1995. It gives an opportunity to handicapped people to..
On February 20 till the 27th, a group of AIS students embarked on a scuba diving trip. Organized by Ms. Maggie Clements and Mr. Tom Kaster, the students were able to complete their course and earn their open water diver certificates! They spent the first couple of days in the heart of Hurghada, and their..
“To be doing good deeds is man’s most glorious task,” said Sophocles. Indeed, there is a special type of satisfaction which one can only achieve through doing good deeds. An act can be described as a good deed when one spends their own time and energy to commit to a cause, which will make a..
Now that the constitution has been approved the Panther Express asked two AIS students to highlight some of the articles that they liked and disliked from the Egyptian constitution: As you all know the time finally came to vote for the new and improved Egyptian Constitution. On January 14 and 15, the nationwide referendum took..
Now that the constitution has been approved the Panther Express asked two AIS students to highlight some of the articles that they liked and disliked from the Egyptian constitution: Since the 2011 revolution, Egypt has been going through a lot of hard circumstances. The revolution definitely improved the country and made a huge change that..
The mentioning of the holiday ‘Thanksgiving’ can invoke multiple images of merriment, family get-togethers, and delightful dishes. It’s a day in which citizens of the United States can abandon their woes and worries, and enjoy a festive day with their friends and loved ones. For American citizens residing in Egypt, Thanksgiving maintains its status as..
I told you so: things your mom was right about During our normal day, we wake up go to school, come back home with a new story to tell our parents. Most likely our mothers. Even if we don’t want them to know about them, the moment you walk in the door she knows what..
On the 2nd of November, a group of AIS students went to an animal shelter named SPARE. Spare is the Society for the Protection of Animal Rights in Egypt. This trip was organized and planed by AIS’ very own service group, AIS4EGYPT. This organization has been up and running for 12. The majority of the..
Trip to Al Ahram Newspaper‘s Printing Headquarters On November 23, the Panther Express team visited the printing headquarters of the Egyptian newspaper, Al Ahram. The headquarters of the Al Ahram printing area is located in 6th of October City, Street 22. There were two objectives behind this trip. The first being that the journalism club..
Part-time Journalist Interview, with Nady El-Zayaty Interview by: Amy El-Zayaty; Junior Head Editor 1.) What magazine do you write for, and what is your opinion on the magazine? I write for Business Today. In my opinion it is an exceptionally well written magazine. It does a good job of balancing matters important to Egypt as..