May 8, 2023
The United States likes to mythologize its history as one of pillorying leaders who would rule from distant seats of power.
Some find catharsis in music, some in tea, some in exercise, but for me, it's in reading and writing.
On Oct. 29, Former Yemeni President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi rejected the UN's most recent peace proposal.
Chiran Raj Pandey
Why creation science should be considered a philosophical position rather than a scientific claim.
When our president is an actual puppet, when we pay for the gain of a pseudo-shaman fortune teller and his daughter — yes, enough is surely enough.
How the German peoples’ escapism can both preserve and ignore history.
Coming to NYU Abu Dhabi has been something of a rebirth, as an only child.
Our university gives us so many privileges that we've reached a point where we are almost unaware that they are privileges.
Discover what was discussed in the most recent General Assembly.
A look at what's been going on at NYUAD recently.
NYUAD senior curates art exhibition, moving away from the traditional East-West hybridity.
Discover what's been happening this week at our sister campus, NYU Shanghai.
From the Duomo to Galleria Degli Uffizi: A taste of J-term in Florence.
A look at what's been going on in the UAE this week.
The Gazelle Staff
What do we read when we aren't in production every Saturday, working late into the night?
Exploring the connections between the Middle East and West Africa.
Humor can induce feelings of ease and comfort, but what about the person who isn't laughing — the person who wasn't even aware that laughter was...