May 8, 2023
In the face of mounting danger, some exhibit an utmost commitment to the future of a nation.
Women’s empowerment has been a prominent subject in the media recently, but what does it mean for women to be empowered?
Michael Rectenwald, also known as “The Deplorable Professor,” is suing NYU and some professors for defamation.
Aizaz Arif Ansari
How does the identity question express itself when you are an Indian on campus?
Thirangie Jayatilake asks the Class of 2018 what they want to check off their bucket list before their final semester in Abu Dhabi ends.
Surrounded by so much culture, art, history and urban changes, each day in Berlin is full of ongoing activities.
Perhaps, as prospective global leaders, we should interact with controversial figures in the spirit of critical engagement, but we certainly cannot...
Rashtra Raj Bhandari
From paper cups to campus wide electricity waste, NYU Abu Dhabi has a tricky relationship with the environment.
Benjamin Harris Roberts
Donald Trump may not be the President the world wants, but he's the one we need.
The Gazelle set out to gather the experiences of three different students, from three different classes, in three different locations.
With the upcoming Italian general election, the European Union faces yet another threat to its stability. Will a reinvigorated appreciation for...
The Video Desk
NYUAD community reflects on the cat controversy on campus.
A photo essay from a J-term regional seminar to Greece.
A rundown on what's happening in the UAE this week.
Ben Weilun Zhang
An account of a recent visit of Chinese official to NYU Shanghai.
A run-down of the NYUAD Spring 2018 SIG Fair and the new SIGs.
A glimpse into what's been going on campus this week.
Hind Ait Mout
The effects of the UAE's first Value Added Tax on goods and services.
NYUAD's football pitch has hosted several high profile guests. Who decides who can visit and who may we expect to see visit in the future?