Nov 29, 2023
Adhering to a particular belief system can make traveling a hazardous experience, what is the value of a global education that excludes certain...
Why discussions on the Palestine-Israel conflict invariably involve emotion, and how to better engage in dialogue on the topic.
From the Louvre Director to Sex-Change Lawsuits: A look at what has been happening recently in the UAE.
Kamel Al Sharif
Learn more about the changes made to the First Year Dialogue, and find out how freshmen feel about their experience thus far.
Exhibitions and Emirati film screenings: some the events happening this week at NYUAD and in Abu Dhabi.
The leader of the Abu Dhabi Christian Fellowship explores the impact it has had on campus.
Discover what was discussed in last week's General Assembly.
What the Mubadala and IPIC merger suggest about wider trends in the Gulf.
What a summer's research taught this junior about her native Kazakhstan and big time versus small time.
Josefina Dumay Neder
Lots of us started smoking more at NYUAD not because we’re less smart, but because among many other reasons, it’s a means to avoid loneliness.
Some upperclassmen realise they've made a mistake in the major they've chosen. Here is their experience with changing.
Books on the Core everyone should read
A look back at Bartsch's recent performance at the NYU Abu Dhabi Arts Center.
In short, cynicism has had its day. Our generation should be looking towards the future, instead of criticizing it.
Internalize the following: there is probably everything everywhere.
Why feminism isn't men-hating, and how to balance it with a Middle Eastern identity.
Students for Justice in Palestine
Students for Justice in Palestine offer their perspective on their SIG, and what they hope to achieve.
Africa is not a country, and other things you should know as future global leaders.
What happens when nationalism and friendship come into conflict, and how experiences at NYUAD have changed this junior's perception.
National cliques are antithetical to NYUAD. They are exclusionary in an institution founded on inclusionary principles.