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Is Mido’s ‘Kersh’ Funny?

When it comes to creative joke-making, Egyptians go far beyond the highest rank. Everyone here loves sharing a good joke, so everyone competes in coming up with new ones. There’s [ … ]

About Dalia Ismail

One of my selves is a cranky, critical misanthrope who tries to make the most of living amidst absurdity. Another is a 21-year-old college student who thrives on communicating with friends and fellow students to share the untold backstories and thoughts of our common lives. When you feel that a college-related panic fit is around the corner, make sure to drop by at Students' Hub to chat about it. I'll be here to respond to your worries.

How To Conquer Exams During Ramadan

You raise both arms in defeat and claim, with a sour face, that exams can’t be survived in Ramadan, especially not in the scorching heat of May’s mornings and afternoons. [ … ]

About Dalia Ismail

One of my selves is a cranky, critical misanthrope who tries to make the most of living amidst absurdity. Another is a 21-year-old college student who thrives on communicating with friends and fellow students to share the untold backstories and thoughts of our common lives. When you feel that a college-related panic fit is around the corner, make sure to drop by at Students' Hub to chat about it. I'll be here to respond to your worries.

Cairo’s Bibliomane: When Breath Becomes Air – Between Evanescence and Immortality

Written by Dalia Ismail All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, Shakespeare – As You Like It (Act [ … ]

About Dalia Ismail

One of my selves is a cranky, critical misanthrope who tries to make the most of living amidst absurdity. Another is a 21-year-old college student who thrives on communicating with friends and fellow students to share the untold backstories and thoughts of our common lives. When you feel that a college-related panic fit is around the corner, make sure to drop by at Students' Hub to chat about it. I'll be here to respond to your worries.

Cairo’s Bibliomane: The Course of Love by Alain de Botton

Written by Dalia Ismail “The course of love never did run smooth(ly)” – William Shakespeare When it comes to issues of love and marriage, there yet remains much that our [ … ]

About Dalia Ismail

One of my selves is a cranky, critical misanthrope who tries to make the most of living amidst absurdity. Another is a 21-year-old college student who thrives on communicating with friends and fellow students to share the untold backstories and thoughts of our common lives. When you feel that a college-related panic fit is around the corner, make sure to drop by at Students' Hub to chat about it. I'll be here to respond to your worries.