AUB students protest at the campus in Beirut, Friday, March 21, 2014. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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When contacted by The Daily Star, Dallal said that he was "not aware" of such reports. He has been present at previous meetings between student representatives and the administration.AUB argues that the increase in tuition is necessary for the university to continue functioning at a high standard in the coming years. But students, burdened by repeated tuition hikes over the past years, are demanding more transparency on how their tuitionmoney is being spent.Students are eagerly awaiting the outcome of the meetings. Depending on the decisions taken by the Board of Trustees in the coming days, AUB students may expand their protests.
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