May 8, 2023
Bonnie St. John announced as keynote speaker for NYU Abu Dhabi''s sixth commencement ceremony.
The need to call transgender students by their preferred gender is understandable and should be respected. That said, when professors ask the pronoun...
Tom Abi Samra
Good translations enrich the new language, and inform the original as well.
For The Gazelle's Special Language issue, the Video Desk sits down with students to talk about their names, the meanings behind them, and how those...
How political figures use language to manipulate perspectives and encourage personal biases. Dog Whistle Politics is fear-based manipulation. Don’t...
The second horror film by Jordan Peele takes a nuanced look into the human psyche using symbolism and language to convey social commentaries. It is...
Hannah Gadsby’s Nannette & Daniel Sloss’s Live Shows are two brilliant examples of both the changing landscape of comedy and Netflix’s ability as a...
In countries like Nepal, the homogenization of language has caused unprecedented damage to the nation’s diverse ethnic and tribal languages,...
Seriously, what use are you to the world if you can't converse in five languages simultaneously?
Catch up on what’s been going on in the UAE this week.
A look into what took place on campus last week.
NYU Abu Dhabi's new Vice Chancellor is announced in a memorandum from NYU President Andrew Hamilton.
Ming Ee Tham
This year's TEDxNYUAD hosted speakers who spoke about issues in plain sight.
Take note of what is happening on campus next week.
John Sexton spoke to students about about his new book and the role universities in moving to secular ecumenism.
I now realize what an important and large part of who I am was lost in translation, in simply trying to negotiate between the two languages.
This is NYUAD. It means we celebrate festivals that didn’t come from our backgrounds, even when we’re away from each other. It also means that we...
The Emirati dialect J-Term is symbolic of the cultural connection Professor Nasser Isleem strives to incorporate his Arabic courses.