Beirut-based Architectural Firm Wins Design Competition for Engineering Complex at AUB  
Trustee Philip Khoury Named MIT Associate Provost  
AUB and UAE Center Sign Agreement to Offer EMBA Program to Emirate Institutions  
Fourth AUB Faculty Seminar on Teaching and Learning with Technology  
New Faculty: Hussein Shahidi  
New Faculty: Kirsten Scheid  
New Faculty: Tima al Jamil  
Office of Grants and Contracts Celebrates World Intellectual Property Day  
Staff Profile: Ghaleb Halimi  
Fifth Annual FEA Student Conference Held  
Engineering Alumni Recognized for Outstanding Achievements  
Studying Biodiversity in Lebanon and the Region at AUB  
Construction Update  
Renovated AUB Archaeological Museum Inaugurated  
Renovated Pediatrics Clinic Opened  
Women's Rights Club Holds Conference on Gender and Sexuality  
Tenth Annual AUB Job Fair Largest Since Its Inception  
Letters from a New Campus by Daniel Bliss  
Winners of the Coca-Cola 'Make Every Word Count' Essay Competition Announced  
AUBMC Research Group Awarded NIH Grant  
Science Students Reveal Bonds Between Chemistry and Art  
Understanding the Political Economy of Islamic Movements  
Extreme Makeover: AUB Graduate Transforms Gulf Television  
Science, Math, and Technology Fair Promotes Environmental Thinking  
School Fair 2006: Prospective AUB Students Visit Campus  
Situation of the Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon  
Remembering the Writer, Khalil Takieddine  
Promotions 2005-2006  
Piano Recital by Arnimée Choukassizian  
Lecture on Space Exploration by World Expert  
Teleconferencing Brings Students Together Across Continents  
"Something Is Happening": Fairuz and Ziad Al Rahbani  
Cultural Genocide and Assyrian Cultural Survival  
Lecture on the History and Origins of American Islamicism  
Business School and Arts and Sciences Team Wins Soccer Championship Match by Narrow Margin  
  Red Cross Club Celebrates its 26th Anniversary at AUB
  History of the American University of Beirut: A New CASAR Course
  First Stereo-photography Exhibit at AUB  
  Photo Exhibition by President John Waterbury  
  The Cats of Renée Deek: End-of-Year Theater Workshop Performance  
  Film on Euthanasia-A True Story  
  Part Two of the CVSP Forum  
  Out of Place: Memories of Edward Said  
  Mozart and Schumann Celebrated at Assembly Hall  
  Austrian Chamber Music Duo Performs at AUB  
  Mathematician Alain Connes Visits AUB  
  Rima Khcheich Concert Plays to Sold-out Crowds at Assembly Hall
  Women's Auxiliary  
  33rd Annual Folk Dance Festival Hosts 20 Performing Schools  
June 2006 Vol. 7 No. 8

Business School and Arts and Sciences Team Wins Soccer Championship Match by Narrow Margin

With the semester coming to an end, the final AUB soccer match of the year began, with the Business School and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences facing off against the School of Engineering. Close to forty fans came out to the International College field on the late afternoon of May 23 to watch the event. High above, overlooking the field from the dorm balconies, many more spectators gathered, adding their voices and applause, and brightening the whole scene with the flags of their favorite World Cup teams.

The teams were evenly matched. Engineering, which scored first, celebrated by the players lying on their backs and kicking their feet in the air. The Arts and Sciences and Business team responded with strong effort, making a number of goal shots during the first half of the game. They soon tied the score and then pulled ahead to make the score two to one.

In the second half, Engineering pushed hard, tied the score again, and held it there at two to two throughout the rest of the game-until the final important shoot out. As the star forwards and goalies of each team faced off and made one shot after another, the scores climbed evenly. But then Engineering missed, the match ended, and the faculty of Arts and Science and the Business School team took home the championship with a win of seven over Engineering's six.

Throughout the match, fans cheered the good plays made by both teams, not limiting their enthusiasm to their favorite team. Players on the field, too, gave a helping hand to their fallen opponents. With the international flags flying overhead, the big game was truly a celebration of fine sportsmanship.