Jan 7, 2024
The Management Team responds to backlash following the publication of a controversial article.
This piece explores the stories of people that have chosen to follow a different religion than they were raised in with the aim to better understand...
Discourse surrounding issues faced by migrant workers is prevalent, but effort is still required to understand the complexities, intricacies and...
Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women in 1868. In 2020, Greta Gerwig’s film adaptation sets out to free the original characters from the bounds of...
Naeema Mohammed Sageer
An italicized word in a sea of English indicates that English is the standard. Words in my native language should not be othered.
Blindly adopting NYU New York policies in the context of NYU Abu Dhabi and the UAE is leaving no space for conservative voices.
Quite simply, there's just too many options to choose from.
Reflecting back on the life of the Burkinabé filmmaker, Idrissa Ouédraogo. The limited recognition he has received speaks to our western bias and the...
Working towards a more content existence is extremely important. But compulsifying the journey to a happier life is counterintuitive.
Read about the book Small Days and Nights written by Visiting Professor of Practice, Literature and Creative Writing Tishani Doshi.
The distinguished Nobel laureate in Literature engaged in several dialogues with the NYU Abu Dhabi community.
A look into the events and dialogues that took place in NYU Abu Dhabi during Go Green Week.
ISWESCO takes big strides towards women’s education and empowerment.
To silence or to tolerate? What can the experimental sounds of Saadiyat tell us about our pockets of underground culture?
Andrew Weatherall: Creating an oasis of slowness in a world of increasing velocity.
A story of a film-lover and an artist at heart encountered at the National Cinema.
Read about how the new social media app has found its way into the Saadiyat bubble.
Have you noticed that it seems to be raining more than usual in Abu Dhabi? Increased rainfall on the Arabian peninsula may be partly to blame for the...
Exploring the extent to which surveillance permeates our daily lives, focusing on online learning tools and smart cities.