Nov 29, 2023
Reflecting on moments of inadvertent offense to discuss the issues underlying both the offense and the subject matter is exactly what NYUAD has...
There is little magic left in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Its convoluted plot, lack of character development and uninspired set...
The Video Desk
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...
Golf is relatively unique in its barriers to entry, both in terms of time and money required; NYUAD’s golf classes attempt to solve this.
“If you are lonely, there is a 100 percent chance that someone else is as well...This group creates a non-judgmental environment where anyone can...
On Nov. 8, Blacksmith Coffee Company announced that it would begin accepting Campus Dirhams. In just one week, over 300 students registered for gift...
Students, staff and faculty alike were invited to explore Latino-America’s rich cinematographic culture through a screening and discussion with...
NYU Abu Dhabi hosts 100 UAE high school students from 12 different schools for competitive debate tournament.
A rundown of Student Government Fall 2018 Midterm Elections.
A look into what’s taking place on campus this week.
A look into what took place on campus this week.
A look into what’s been going on in the UAE this week.
Menstrual exclusion in Nepal is governed by archaic, patriarchal and misogynistic norms and defended by superficial justifications.
FYD fails to fulfill its goals as a program for first-year integration and support, and instead feels like a forced and uncomfortable waste of time.
Being likened to one of the greatest rock bands is cause for excitement but, the novelty fades quickly and it becomes apparent that this striking...
Crushes can be difficult to handle on our campus. Our cartoonist depicts a particularly dramatic example.
The view that STEM majors are somehow superior to the arts, humanities and social sciences is not only toxic, but also untrue.