Jan 7, 2024
The course, which has garnered significant interest from students, introduces the cultural heritage of the region by offering a dedicated to learn the art of falconry.
A gentle reminder to viewers to support homegrown artists, especially in these trying times.
Like clockwork, the Gazelle is published every Sunday, but all of those articles and drawings don't just appear out of thin air. This video is an in-depth look into what goes on at The Gazelle.
An interview with Ruperto Chaparro, Director of Puerto Rico Sea Grant, a U.S. government program that funds marine research, education and outreach.
The Gazelle Video Desk joins Mo Blooshi for his piece Slip Up
Bea László & Maggie J. Ahn cover Hozier's Take Me to Church in this week's Lounge Lives.
For The Gazelle's Special Language issue, the Video Desk sits down with students to talk about their names, the meanings behind them, and how those names are mispronounced.
The Gazelle's Video Desk hangs out with musician Aaron Marcus-Willers, Class of 2022, at the Theater Costume Shop in the Arts Center. Watch Aaron perform his original song, In from the Rain.
This week, the Video Desk hangs out with NYUAD students Jian, Daniel, and Ryan as they perform a cover of See Through by Zion T.
In this week's Lounge Lives, The Gazelle's Video Desk spends some time with NYUAD musician Himag Vaidya.
The Gazelle took to the East Dining Hall to ask our community some questions to find out just how virtuous they are....
Part of The Gazelle's new series exploring the different campus groups and traditions while sharing tips and tricks on how to thrive at NYUAD
The Gazelle's Video Desk jams out with NYUAD student band Daytime TV
NYU Abu Dhabi's Caribbean Student Association held a week of cultural events leading up to their first J'ouvert. The Gazelle's Video Desk took the time to talk to Gabi Branche, Class of 2021, about Caribbean culture, Carnival and what J'ouvert is.
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The Womanhood Project exhibited in The Cube in November, 2018. The Gazelle took the time to speak to a few of the artists and find out what the Womanhood Project is, why it's important, and what we can expect from it in the future.