Nov 29, 2023
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One senior’s final thoughts on the magic of NYUAD.
Local eateries in North Carolina contribute to the local economy while also reducing the emissions behind food
Fraught with controversies and political uncertainty, the Ukrainian elections moved away from traditional politics and rhetoric.
Learning art with John Torreano, a constructive critic and a talented artist.
With more remakes of classic tales set out to be released in the coming years, one comes to wonder why they’re being made in the first place.
An interview with Ruperto Chaparro, Director of Puerto Rico Sea Grant, a U.S. government program that funds marine research, education and outreach.
The Gazelle Video Desk joins Mo Blooshi for his piece Slip Up
Take note of what is happening on campus next week.
A look into what took place on campus last week.
Ming Ee Tham
Hear from the winner of last semester's infamous Assassin game. A student favorite at NYUAD.
Catch up on what’s been going on in the UAE this week.
At its peak, Game of Thrones was a masterful execution of brilliant storytelling. Recently however, its quality has been steadily diminishing,...
Will the moderate groups join forces to continue to pursue a more united and inclusive European Union, or will they run after the right wing...
When it comes to hate instigators, Facebook has a seemingly difficult decision to make: does it crack down on such extremists or does it attempt to...
Elyazyeh Al Falacy
The magazine’s inclusion of a woman in a burkini and a hijab feels more like an arbitrary grab at political correctness than an admirable effort to...
Legitimacy has always been subject to interpretation. The deliberate starving of a nation is not.