The “Untitled” Magazine
This magazine is an initiative led by TLU and TLG students, from concept development to writing, editing, design, and production.
The magazine covers a range of topics and themes that are relevant to the MEPI students’ lives and experiences. It includes personal narratives, opinion pieces, creative writing, artwork, photography, and other forms of expression.
The LAU MEPI-TL e-Newsletter
The LAU MEPI-TL e-newsletter serves as a platform to share important information, such as program updates, upcoming events, student and alumni achievements, and noteworthy activities. The e-newsletter aims to foster a sense of community and ensure that everyone involved in the MEPI-TL program stays connected and well-informed.
- LAU MEPI TL e-Newsletter Issue 4
- LAU MEPI TL e-Newsletter Issue 3
- LAU MEPI TL e-Newsletter Issue 2
- LAU MEPI TL e-Newsletter Issue 1
The LAU MEPI-TL Yearbook
The Yearbook serves as a valuable souvenir for the MEPI-TL graduates, capturing the essence of the academic year and celebrating the accomplishments of the graduates. It is a way to commemorate their journey and provide a record of their experiences within the program.
- View the Year-end book 2023
- View the Year-end book 2022
- View the Year-end book 2021
- View the Year-end book 2020
- View the Year-end book 2019
The LAU MEPI-TLG e-Book
The LAU MEPI TL Program issues at the end of every academic year a Year end Book listing all graduates’ profiles, a heartfelt message from Program’s administration, a photo gallery of memorable events etc…Additionally, the Program has worked on a tailor-made electronic book for the first graduating cohort of TLG students. This e-book portrays in-depth interviews done with Graduates highlighting major milestones achieved in addition to forewords from Program administrators and advisors. The TLG e-book will be constantly updated including future graduates’ profiles.
View the LAU-MEPI TLG e-book.
AL-RAIDA SPECIAL ISSUES
The students of Tomorrow’s Leaders Gender Scholars (TLS) program are required to submit their research papers to a special issue of AiW’s Al-Raida, an interdisciplinary journal that focuses on local, regional, and international discussions by and for women in the Arab region.