Club for Literary Creativity and the Revival of Arab Heritage

It was established in 2020. It is concerned with embracing the diverse creative talents of students in the fields of writing poetry, short stories, thoughts, essays, and other forms of Arabic literature art, through which it participates in local and national competitions related to this field.


The club’s activities and achievements:

  • 18/12/2020 – The club organized a competition for Arabic Language Day.
  • The club arranged for additional lectures for Arabic language students, throughout the second semester of 2020/2021, to help them overcome any difficulties in their study of the Arabic language.
  • 2/4/2021 – The club released a video entitled: “Thoughts of a Passerby - from the paintings of the Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh”.
  • 16/4/2021 - The club published a collection of quotes, for example, the quote from the Arab poet, Elia Abu Madi: ‘Beauty is not beauty in itself; beauty is found when there is someone to see it.’
  • 23/4/2021 – The club launched an introductory video, entitled "What is the Club for Literary Creativity and the Revival of Arab Heritage based on?”
  • The club set up its own booth at the Freshman Party, which was held under the patronage of HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan.
  • Wednesday, 20/10/2021 – The club set up an introductory booth in PSUT’s Jungle to give students the opportunity to join the club.
  • The "If He Were among Us" initiative celebrated the occasion of the Prophet's birthday, in cooperation with the Noon Cultural Club.
  • 28/10/2021 - The launch of a competition to write a short story was announced.
  • 28/10/2021 - The short story competition was launched. The competition was judged by the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Rami Salem, Dr. Ramzi Radaideh, and Dr. Shereen Jadallah in the Ibn Al-Shater Amphitheater. All participants in the competition received honors and the first and second-place winners were announced by the judging committee.
  •  An Arabic calligraphy workshop was held in cooperation with Noon Cultural Club
  • 18/12/2021 - A celebration was organized to commemorate World Arabic Language Day, where many activities were held.