His friends were no of a better position.
"Whenever I was on Facebook, someone would open that chat box and ask me about the assignments," Sarbast said. "If I had that problem, it meant that some other students had it too."
Sarbast tells the moment he got seize of the idea.
"One night, I had to post an assignment given by our English Composition teacher on my Facebook wall. I had to do so because nobody knew about it," he said. "Later, I thought, why not to have a page which special to the assignments given by the AUI-S teachers."
Sarbast, who is also an active user of Facebook and the other social media networks, created the page.
"Now, every student can join the page with a click on the like button and become an active member. Every student can post his/her class's assignments on the page so that everybody else see it," Sarbast explained.
"This page is a reflection of the cooperative soul we have as the AUI-S students. We can solve our problems by ourselves. A student may miss class one day, or may not be able to keep track of the assignments, or he/she can easily forget them. This page is the solution," he said.
Sarbast also believes that AUI-S should help the project succeed by offering information when needed, through the page or on the official AUI-S page on Facebook.
Here is the link to the AUI-S Assignments Page: