Nov 29, 2023
Anna Pustovoit, a senior at NYUAD, explains the mental toll on Ukrainian students in our community of reckoning with a possible invasion of Ukraine.
Venezuelan artist, Alejandro Garcés, uses his fashion brand as a platform to uplift the Tuki; an iconic urban subculture from Caracas characterized...
An overseas Burmese dissident recounts the horrific killings of loved ones back home and how they have continued their fight for democracy abroad.
I’m revisiting children’s TV’s original plucky, short-haired Latina girl: Dora Marquez.
On the pitfalls of learning to read, and adore, against and in excess of one’s cinematic norm.
I tried three popular time management and to-do list methods so you don’t have to. Here’s what worked for me and why.
Quantitative easing? Old-fashioned. Economics researchers at NYUAD have brought some of the wisdom in our bubble to help indebted world economies out...
Even though staying in the Lower Manhattan bubble is tempting, here is a guide to some of the rest of New York’s best food experiences, from...
After the initial excitement of your first semester wears away, how do you deal with the stresses and challenges of moving away from home?
We often idealize and crave relationships with people we “relate” to. While relatability can be a great way to start exploring a relationship with...
The Gazelle relies on its readers to help find important stories. Have something we should report on? Here’s how you can use our anonymous tips form...
A quick recap of the newest RTC updates as laid out by recent administrative communication, including a decrease in risk level and more extensive...
The university has returned to in-person classes after the initial two weeks of online instruction.
I love working in the field of Computer Science because of the constant play between logic and creativity. I love that I can build things from...
Republicans are attacking Biden for his unfortunate elevation of skin color over qualifications — an unacceptable form of affirmative action. But,...
A lens into workaholism at NYUAD, and why we feel so overworked as undergraduate students.