Nov 29, 2023
Today, on Oct. 16, a university-wide email was sent out to the NYU Abu Dhabi community, stating that a student has contracted a case of tuberculosis.
Many students here, several of whom were offered admission at one or more of the Ivy League schools, compare NYUAD to Ivy League schools.
An intensely international community on an island in a Middle Eastern country, NYUAD is a place where issues of Arab identity acquire new complexity.
Dominique Aquino Joaquin
During October, multiple departments at NYU Abu Dhabi have combined efforts to plan events in support of breast cancer awareness and prevention.
Discover what was discussed in last week's General Assembly.
Many of us returned to campus to find a #mynyuad sign in front of the palm trees. The Gazelle spoke to the office of Public Affairs about their...
On Oct. 7, the Women’s Mentorship Program launched its kick-off event, marking the beginning of the fourth year of the program.
Last Thursday, NYUAD hosted Disco Manila’s concert at the East Plaza.
Students, faculty and guests discuss European responses to migration.
On Oct. 10, NYU Abu Dhabi celebrated the inauguration of Andrew Hamilton as the president of NYU.
A look at what's been going on in the UAE this week.
Discover what's been happening this week at our sister campus, NYU Shanghai.
Sri Lankan cuisine is different from its South Asian counterparts, so here’s a small guide to some popular, unmissable Sri Lankan dishes.
The Gazelle sat down for a chat with the Health and Wellness Center, to discuss women's health for NYUAD students.
The Gazelle Staff
Must-read books on the UAE.
John Collins is a U.K.-born Ghanaian who has been involved in the West African music scene since 1969.
Buying off-brand merchandise is satisfying because of the hunt. There is no adrenaline rush in being handed a pricey handbag. The real fun is doing...
The gender archetype of women being motherly, empathetic, gentle and warm limits the situations in which they can attain senior positions.
Welcome letters are run-of-the-mill events at the beginning of the year, students attending the University of Chicago received an unusual one.
Some argue that without a serious voice and deliberate action, equality for women won’t become a reality.