May 8, 2023
Our editors respond to the recent article on Washington Square News about academic freedom here at NYUAD.
Shamma Faisal Al Bastaki
Is there really a divide between Emiratis and the rest of the student body on campus?
The global spread of the Rainbow Laces campaign reflects an impulse to combat injustice that transcends national, ideological, and religious...
How has Sheikh Zayed al Nahyan's legacy been passed down to today's generation of Emiratis?
When everything is meaningless, what's the point of thinking about a "legacy"?
The challenge is to forge our legacy and identity by embracing Arab diversity and creating strategies that celebrate it.
A response to the accusations of lack of academic freedom at NYUAD in a recent New York Times article.
Dana Abu Ali
The university’s legacy would not be affected much by social media, had it been established for many decades.
The legacy of this watershed moment in Iraqi Kurdish history does not go unmarred by international backlash and practical challenges.
The goal of REACH is simple: to create a community in which students support each other.
Our understanding of "academic freedom" at NYUAD and what it entails may influence how we view how it has or has not changed over the years.
On the many ways NYUAD strives to maintain a sustainable campus.
An update on dining and food-related developments on campus, including the opening of a bigger convenience store.
What has been going on in NYU Shanghai this week?
A rundown on what was discussed in the recent General Assembly.
The new excise tax, the use of solar panels and more in this week's UAE updates.
A look on what has been going on at NYUAD this week.
Hind Ait Mout
The excise tax was put in place to discourage the consumption of products that affect public health and the environment.
A look into the contents of the 2017 NYU Security and Fire Safety Report.
Despite being a young institution, what are some traditions that have been instilled at NYUAD?
Adam Ashraf Elsayigh
How can Arab narratives that depict the complexity of their lives be created for the Western stage while also challenging Orientalism?
The literary canon is built on consensus about the importance of certain works but its actual contents are open for debate.
Abu Dhabi’s constant building boom means that structures are constantly being built, emptied, torn down and rebuilt; leaving empty spaces waiting to...
Sama will always be a part of the NYUAD legacy; it housed the foundational years of this university, a place previous classes have called home.
How do we create and preserve an artistic legacy in NYUAD?
Living in the midst of the complexities of the UAE, students continue to have moral dilemmas that linger in their minds.