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Masaha

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Masaha is a student association that investigates contemporary issues facing the Arab world. Using the historic Saha as precedent, Masaha creates a platform where diverse perspectives coexist to question and redefine the many Arab identities. The association aims to connect creative students across disciplines to contribute to the improvement and development of scholarship that focuses on the Arab world. In an existential time where we are witnessing cities being flattened to the ground, while others ascend vertically and unsustainably, we offer this platform for people who are interested in learning about our past, present, and future issues that continue to shape our cities and shape us. Masaha is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious professional organization that is open to all GSAPP students.

Academic Advisor
Ziad Jamaleddine

Members
Aya Abdallah
Zenah Sakaamini
Zina Berrada
Sarah Abdallah
Mickaella Pharaon
Alya Abourezk
Bisher Tabbaa
Nayef Alsabhan
Sarah Hejazin

Contact
Masaha@columbia.edu