May 8, 2023
Intentions, however, only get you so far.
What sets coming out as a literature major apart from other comings-out is that it really does involve a choice.
Carlos Alberto Escobar
The Gazelle sits down with NYU's President Andrew Hamilton.
Dominique Aquino Joaquin
A selection of recent events at NYU Abu Dhabi.
All students are expected to be transferred to NBAD by the end of November.
Discover what was discussed in the most recent General Assembly.
A look at what's been going on in the UAE this week.
Green House NYUAD
The students who attended COP 22 in Marrakesh offer their perspective on the conference.
Having opened on Nov. 15, the Hundred Best Arabic Posters 2016 series is now in Abu Dhabi's Warehouse 421.
Professor Rahul Sagar talks to the Research Desk about Edward Snowden, surveillance and why Singapore has succeeded in modernizing.
There tend to be cultural differences when it comes to the degree to which people employ small talk in their daily interactions.
The Gazelle Staff
A look at the light literature that we've been reading this week at The Gazelle.
Friendship is one of the most solid foundations of my life and it’s one I’d fight for, probably with a badminton racket.
I discovered that my religion was meeting others' expectations. A religion of fear and insecurities led to seeking the accolades of others.
What did the governments of the world have to say about this shocking result?
Dana Abu Ali
Gender-based violence is targeted; it uses power to crush rather than build. It equates masculinity to brutality and femininity to weakness.
Sustained Dialogue showed me the power that conversation can have in creating a positive outlook.
It is a distinctive feeling that switches between a directionless ship floating around in different areas, to one full of direct purpose and velocity.