Nov 29, 2023
Following mass resignations from Washington Square News editors from the student publications at NYU, Emerson College and University of California...
The male gaze is intrusive; penetrating the lens of my camera and leaving me feeling exposed, watched and objectified.
Tom Abi Samra
Professor Rebecca “Becky” Morton was a tour de force, a pioneering woman in every sense. No words can encompass all that she was, and still is. We at...
The two governments and societies have remained at diplomatic odds for a long time, but now shared environmental struggles and entrepreneurial spirit...
Art is needed now more than ever as a powerful form of emotional and mental expression during the pandemic. The NYUAD Virtual Studio, which aims to...
Dr. Vedrana Mladina, Wellness Counselor at the NYU Abu Dhabi Health Center, busts some myths about online counseling that tend to deter some from...
A column that finds interesting research coming from NYU Abu Dhabi and explains it to a wider audience. This week: a discussion with Professor...
Sarah Bashar Al-Yahya
Sarah Al-Yahya sits down with Daniel Nivia, Class of 2023, to talk about his work and the role it plays in his life, causing the author to reflect on...
What does living on the Saadiyat campus look like this fall? This photo essay provides a glimpse into the newly placed safety protocols for those on...
How do institutional goals of diversity, equity and inclusion play into the way NYUAD recruits faculty? The Gazelle interviewed Kirsten Edepli, Vice...
Forget Chemistry or Legal Studies, the new Social Engineering major will give you the real skills you need to succeed in life!
A look into Camus’ absurdism and how the search for the meaning of life is itself meaningful.
Barrett’s inevitable appointment and the stakes involved are indicative of the structural issues that plague the Supreme Court of the United States —...
Cuties is a nuanced portrayal of modern Black Muslim girlhood in a lower middle class family which forces its audience to realize the dangers of...
Al Reem Al Neaimi
The #BlackLivesMatter movement paved the way for the Arab world to engage in necessary conversations about anti-Blackness. It should not stop there.
The ban on TikTok is more about making a political statement than protecting the privacy of people.
Policing the presence of students online creates an unhealthy anxiety-inducing environment, rather than fostering the productive classes that...
The way we’ve been socialized to think about prophecy predisposes us to dangerous conflations in futural cartography.
Naeema Mohammed Sageer
A selection of the most amusing headlines of late, including a gun-toting chipmunk and two flat earthers who set sail for the edge of the world.
NYUAD researchers and professors discuss the possibility of life on Venus as new findings indicate the presence of Phosphine in its atmosphere.
The UAE has set up a mental health hotline to provide mental health support to the nation's vital worker population.
Ecstatic first years bring the entire class together in a fun dance video put together by Aya Adib and Yerkebulan Imanbayev.
The student assistantship model has been updated to include monthly timesheets and an increase in wages. Will these changes be enough to support...
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