May 8, 2023
Watch our video on the Die-In performance that highlighted looming environmental catastrophe, and read about how it can only be considered effective...
A unifying space for Black women, AZIZA provides an opportunity to celebrate belonging and educate about allyship. At its core, it is an expression...
Tom Abi Samra
“The people want the downfall of the regime!” This now infamous chant has finally made it to the streets of Lebanon. Why are there people on the...
Small environmental groups may seem like they can’t achieve much, but through the fostering of a great team ethic and deep personal relationships...
Season 6 is by far the show’s best. It not only perfectly carries forward the ingenious narrative but also retains its razor-sharp wit, while...
This edition we write about the tunes we traveled to as we physically moved across the globe for fall break. From the wet sounds of goa-psy to the...
Female athletes are routinely underrepresented in the media, which is not only an insult to them, but also creates a barrier for girls who aspire to...
The rapid rise of youth activism begs the question: have we as a society normalized the politicization of youth?
The NYUAD community comes together to thank the university contracted staff.
Ming Ee Tham
The Afro Hair Expo was held on Oct. 25 in the East Forum to celebrate the natural hair texture of people in the African continent and diaspora,...
A sneak peek of what’s going on on campus this week.
Kaïs Saïed, a former constitutional law professor, has won the election for president of Tunisia, receiving 73 percent of the vote in the Oct 13....
On the NYU Abu Dhabi Men's Football team, community building is more important than winning. Team members and coaches tell their story.
As we get caught up in our hectic lives on campus, we tend to drift towards accessible options near Saadiyat, forgetting about the fun and cheaper...
Pushing students onto the public bus, roaming the streets of Abu Dhabi and into communities we may not have known existed, Ethnographic Field...
How can a place with intense turn-over, increasing population and continuous change become a home? The answer, it seems, is to embrace NYUAD's lack...
Oct. 27 in History: Christ, Hawaiian funeral rites and broken pinky promises. Read more of yesterday’s old news today.
Arn Chorn-Pond inaugurates the Peace Fellows Lecture Series with a powerful account of the impact of music in his life.