Nov 29, 2023
Four Wellness Specialist positions are being discontinued from summer of 2022. The Gazelle taps into how students have been reacting to this...
Recently, we have seen positive and explicit institutional acknowledgments of first generation students and their experiences at NYUAD. While these...
Taking action and using the language that I have been passively exposed to for a long time has been enough to improve my life a bit and teach me a...
Feminism is plagued by numerous msiconceptions. We need to leave those behind to begin properly addressing the injustices preventing women from...
The novel aesthetics of ‘dark academia’ romanticize the pursuit of knowledge. But under their surface, one can see a glorification of overworking and...
Latinx is a common word used by scientific publications, government agencies and news organizations, but not Latinos. Who is actually using this word...
The European travels of Russian writers allowed Europeans to confront their own fears and aspirations through the vessel of literature. How did this...
Mark Zuckerberg is betting everything on the Metaverse. Will his wager pay off?
The Gazelle interviews NYU Shanghai first year students who are stuck in Abu Dhabi due to China’s Covid-19 restrictions.
With rising demand for courses and limited course availability and class sizes, how are departments on campus reorienting course offerings?
NYUAD professor and alumna Farah Shamout is among a team of researchers that are looking into using artificial intelligence for breast cancer...
A quick recap of the newest RTC updates as laid out by recent administrative communication.
NYUAD Art Gallery’s Modernisms exhibition highlights the developments of modern art in Iran, Turkey and India through the Abby Weed Grey collection.
Arab Crossroads Studies is NYUAD’s flagship major that intersects Social Sciences and Humanities, yet it has one of the smallest number of students....
From young adult fantasy to illustrated book and crime mystery to romance, The Gazelle’s staff share their book recommendations for the winter break.
Some tips, reflections and reminders to help you through finals week.
Cancel culture has negative implications on the well-being of the NYUAD community. We should rethink how we hold students responsible for problematic...