Nov 13, 2023
What it actually takes to establish a “sustainable university”, and the conversations we need to have to lead us there.
Starting January 2025, students will be able to embark in a one-year joint MBA journey, taking place in both Abu Dhabi and New York, and receive a...
The Gazelle recently sat down with Mayada Oudah for an introduction to the lore of NYU Abu Dhabi’s favorite residents, how to keep them safe, and...
Behind how the library has rocketed to #1 Top Spot to hang out on campus.
Why do we like sad music? Read on to explore the tragedy paradox, aesthetic sadness, and the psychological benefits of sad music.
The first issue of the poetry column explores the form of blackout poetry: its origins, meaning and significance to modern audiences.
The glitz and glamor of the music industry hides a history of abuse and exploitation that seems to be an inescapable cycle.
So what will it be, your ideas or the reality?
Abenezer Belay Gebrehiwot
A reflection about childhood fantasies and young adulthood dreams. How many of those do we keep while growing up? Do we stay complacent or do we...
Appreciating Banyan trees as they became a symbol of home after moving to a new country.
A reflection on identity crises, and how they help us reaffirm who we are.
Following Hamas’ unpredicted attacks, Israeli responses have included calling for impossible evacuations of 1.1 million Palestinians and the usage of...
All 6 Australian states voted no to the Voice to Parliament referendum, which would have altered the constitution by establishing a body called the...
“It’s like a massacre”, says Mayada Oudah, NYU Abu Dhabi postdoctoral associate and stray animal rescuer.
Since this year’s G20 Summit invites read the ‘President of Bharat’, there has been debate regarding a possible renaming of India. This piece reports...
The UAE has come under extensive criticism for having the CEO of oil giant ADNOC helm COP28. But we need to better understand the UAE’s own...