Outlook: AUB's Official Student Newspaper since 1949.
Outlook is proud to introduce itself as AUB’s official student newspaper since 1949. Our weekly publication has been cherished by the AUB community for decades and now continues to improve and grow in quality, diversity, and most importantly, readership. Its readers are a diverse community of international and local students and faculty, with every Outlook issue directly reaching a whopping 12,000 people including AUB students, alumni, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Outlook has a team of committed students consisting of credible reporters, writers, editors, and photographers. It covers all topics ranging from campus life to national and international issues consisting of socio-political, cultural, entertainment, and opinion articles.
" The student newspaper represents the voice of the students and reports on most significant events on campus. Managed entirely by students, who develop stories, conduct research and interviews, and write all materials, Outlook appears weekly and is distributed free of charge to all members of the AUB community. Students who have ideas for stories or who would like to work on the newspaper should contact the Coordinator of Student Activities. The Outlook office is located on the second floor of West Hall." From the STUDENT HANDBOOK 2010-11
What’s New in Outlook?
Our new revitalized online website is sure to drastically boost our readership to unprecedented levels.
In fact, with our newly issued Outlook database, teeming thousands of AUB Alumni from all around the world can now have access to Our previous and current issues at the click of a button - free of charge!