May 8, 2023
Artist Joanne Savio shares her process in curating her exhibition Grace and the beauty and truth captured in portraiture.
Students for Justice in Palestine
SJP responds to the switch to G4S.
Why is there a month dedicated to Black History? Why just a month? And what exactly does it mean to be black?
Chiran Raj Pandey
Why the presentation of Beyoncé's baby news on Instagram is more than just a public announcement.
The Gazelle Staff
The Gazelle celebrates prominent black voices.
On Jan. 27, U.S. President Donald Trump issued an executive order that placed temporary travel restrictions on immigrants and refugees from select...
The Literature and Creative Writing program's new series fulfills the need to look within and celebrate the work that is being created by NYUAD...
Kwame Anthony Appiah, NYU professor of Philosophy and Law, discusses identity, politics, cosmopolitanism and the Global Network University.
On the philosophy and politics of military service and education in various countries and how individuals feel about their national obligation.
The bakery, which finds its roots in rural France, serves its customers with a good dose of French culture: an ideal brunch spot in the city.
Istakshif, organized by the Office of First Year Experience, encouraged students to explore Abu Dhabi beyond the comforts of the Saadiyat bubble.
A look at what's been going on in the UAE this week.
Discover what was discussed in the most recent General Assembly.
A selection of recent events at NYU Abu Dhabi.
Ah Ram Cho
Currently, six students work as peer tutors coming various academic disciplines, including economics, literature, science, social science and...