Nov 29, 2023
A reminiscent account of the food, scent, and people of a local bakery
COP28 commences on Nov. 30 in Dubai. Here’s what you need to know about the event and NYU Abu Dhabi’s involvement.
A student assistantship like you’ve never seen before. Amidst budget cuts, see how NYUAD innovatively plans to hire its next chief executive.
Nearing the end of the semester, we need music more than ever: to calm us, center us, or help us focus on the (too many) tasks at hand.
A (spoiler-heavy!) review of the second season of the Disney+ series about our favorite God of Mischief, Loki.
Introducing the poetic style of haiku, a Japanese form of short poems, expressing emotions through metaphorical representation of natural phenomena.
Recommendations for podcasts that inspire, shift your reality or simply entertain you even in the worst of times.
A background check into the FTX founder, who has been found guilty of all seven charges against him, facing a maximum prison sentence of 115 years.
Likened to familiarly animated far-right leaders such as Trump and Bolsonaro, the new Argentinian president was elected on Nov. 19.
The historic strike of the labor union of the entertainment industry, SAG-AFTRA, and the writers guild, WGA, ends with a tentative deal.
The CEO of the $80 billion valued startup in tech pushed out by his own board. A misguided narrative of “accelerationism vs. altruism” delivers its...
What you should know about Black Friday, the psychology of gift-giving, and capitalism.