May 06, 2018
A look into the Archives and Special Collections section of the NYUAD library.
My professor’s directive to “let the words wash over you” doesn’t work for me.
The Gazelle talks to Pulitzer prize winning poet Gregory Pardlo about poetry, objects and the poetic eye.
Angelique Kidjo on music, cultural appropriation and her latest concert at NYU Abu Dhabi.
I don’t always follow the rules of what a Catholic is expected to do.
The experience of reading can still be what it was for us as children — delightful, chilling, tragic, thrilling, transformative.
An intensely international community on an island in a Middle Eastern country, NYUAD is a place where issues of Arab identity acquire new complexity.
Choosing to shave is not nearly as difficult as choosing not to.
Learn more about the changes made to the First Year Dialogue, and find out how freshmen feel about their experience thus far.
Today, I read that the British Parliament has voted in favor of bombing Syria. I scrolled through countless outraged Facebook posts by friends inside ...
With so much of Saadiyat Island still under construction, it’s easy to feel isolated amid the vast expanses of sand that are often all that can be seen ...