Jan 7, 2024
How stories and sketches represents the lives of certain students on Saadiyat.
In many of the conversations I have had on this campus, conservatism and the South now serve as semantic equivalencies to racism and idiocy.
The Gazelle Staff
Arabic literature that everyone should read.
Dana Abu Ali
The glass ceiling is cracked, but not yet shattered.
Sebastián Rojas Cabal
On Sunday, Colombians voted to reject a peace treaty aimed at ending the 52-year conflict, despite an expected landslide victory.
Since religion can be an important part of a culture, the use of the word haram as a joke might make Emiratis or non-Emirati Muslim students...
I chose to major in computer science, not knowing that I would have to bear the burden of destroying the stereotype of women not belonging to STEM.
We still need time, passion and dedication to find out where NYUAD’s heart is.
A red sock mysteriously disappears from the laundry room on a quiet Tuesday night. Where did it go? The Gazelle’s crime reporter investigates.
More than half receive first choice and 92 percent receive choice from top three.
On Sept. 30, a group of students silently stood in front of the dining hall in solidarity with the Amman protests over the the Jordan-Israel gas...
A look at upcoming events at NYUAD and in Abu Dhabi.
RealAD is unique and effective because we compose most the songs from scratch. It comes from our heart, and thus, it moves the audience’s heart.
With NYU dropping from 32 to 36 in the U.S. News & World Report, what does this mean for NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai?
The Video Desk
What is NYU Abu Dhabi's waste reduction plan, and how effective is it?
On Oct. 5, the United Nations’ new secretary general was elected.
What is the one thing that you've always wanted to do?
What this ultimately means is that grades, as a pedagogical tool, are becoming less and less useful, for both faculty and students.
On October 3rd, the Video Desk followed Chuck Grim, Vice Provost of Academic Administration, on his morning routine.
In conversation with professor Leonid Peisakhin.
How to make the most of your travel experience
A little Mexico in our backyard.
What has been happening in the UAE this week?
Shanghai J-Term through the eyes of students who have studied there.