Sep 25, 2023
I can not pretend the country does not exist in a state beyond family and memories. I can not just pretend that feeling empathetic about the...
Something more heartbreaking than having a parent with depression is realizing that you had a parent with depression: A brief reflection on Charlotte...
As China removed its Zero-Covid policy last December, Chinese students at NYUAD shared their mixed reviews towards this drastic change.
Zhiyu Lindy Luo
What happens when a state can not pay back their debt to another state? Sorry to say, but we are about to find out.
The Music Column is ten, but… its tenth issue is more than 1500 words long.
Here are some last minute Valentine’s plans for a special evening with your special someone or friends.
This spring semester, campus welcomed a new impostor: a student powered by the currently unreleased GPT-4, out to learn about the world from its most...
A guide to deceptively responding to one of NYUAD’s most commonly used greetings.
Shanzae Ashar Siddiqui
An authoritarian dictator, or beloved hero? For some, Pervaiz Musharraf’s represents the tyranny of military rule in Pakistan. For others, a beam of...
The creation of more and more national SIGs begs the question of whether diversity can be encapsulated in a single project.
The US’ relationships with the countries it has offered military support to has always been a predatory one, and its Land Lease Act for Ukraine is...
AI Art generation has swept the internet in recent months, from niche art forums to mainstream Instagram pages. This new form of content begs us to...
The 65th annual Grammy Awards start off with an award to Iranian protest anthem. First ever Grammy award for Best Song for Social Change goes to...
On Monday, Feb. 6, an earthquake of magnitude 7.8 struck Turkey and Syria. Here is a summary of the international response to the catastrophe, the...
“Killing a person who was sleeping in a forest doesn’t make sense to me. We are living in horror.” Environmental activist Manuel Terán was killed...
Alya Al Zaabi
A student's guide to hidden gems in Athens that you must see, despite your packed academic schedules.
Does this iconic show, and the subsequent dance trend trivialize subcultures or does it offer an outlet for expression for the underrepresented,...
Despite the hassle of securing a visa, and fear of missing out on the New York experience, studying away in Prague was the best decision I made.