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Arab Academy Smart Village CLC students tour Al-Ahram Organisation

Reham El-Adawi , Saturday 10 Mar 2018
Dean Hanan Youssef (centre) Al-Ahram PR official Hassan Al-Senousi Al-Ahram Weekly layout expert Nader Habib with the students (Photo: Al Ahram Weekly)
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Within the cooperation framework between Al-Ahram Organisation and the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, students from the Arab Academy Smart Village CLC toured Al-Ahram Organisation on Wednesday.

The tour included visiting the organisation’s different departments, including the editorial hall in Al-Ahram’s main building, Al-Ahram Weekly newspaper, and Al-Ahram Advertising Agency. 

The students were informed about the process of issuing a newspaper and writing news stories.

Accompanying the students on their tour were Dean of the Faculty of Language and Media Hanan Youssef, Hassan Al-Senousi from the Al-Ahram Public Relations Department, and Al-Ahram Weekly layout expert and journalist Nader Habib, who received them at the Weekly offices.

At the end of the tour, Habib took a group photo of the students in the Weekly’s meeting room, which was published on the front page of the paper, where the students wrote the caption themselves.

Hanan Youssef and her students in Nader Habib's Al-Ahram Weekly office (Photo: Nader Habib)

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