Nov 29, 2023
Leila Al Dzheref
Having endured the feelings of helplessness, despair and guilt, Leila Al Dzheref, a senior at NYUAD, explains how it feels to be both the victim and...
Euphoria darkens the binary between what it means to be a mother and a father, only further reinforcing the patriarchal narrative that a father has...
I am not from Ukraine. I come from Poland. Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Polish hearts and actions have been with those fleeing and...
Standardized Testing: Choosing the right exam and how best to prepare, academically and emotionally
As a proud Indian, jaywalking has always been an integral part of transport for me. It seems this is not the universal experience I thought it was.
What does Russia’s attack on Ukraine mean to its own financial state, and is there a looming ruble crisis?
Senior Lecturer of Arabic, Nasser Isleem, has launched a one-stop website that provides authentic learning materials and other resources for...
South Korea is on track to elect a new president but none of the candidates seems promising, at least in being scandal free. From shamans to...
A quick recap of the newest RTC update as laid out by recent administrative communication.
Subversive, permutative and passionate, *Parthenogenesis* at the NYUAD Art Gallery was a layered and complex experience.
With the recent Russian veto in the resolution condemning Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, the veto has once again proved to be an anachronism. We...
Pandemic travel and bad weather don't mix well. I spent 72 hours at the airport frustrated and lonely. Nevertheless, three days in a crowded airport...