Jan 7, 2024
A look back at some less celebrated albums from this summer, as well as a short review of fresh and upcoming releases.
The benefits of solitary being, and of changing the way we think about being by ourselves.
The Iranian government has arrested family members of killed protestors and passed harsher hijab laws anticipating the one year anniversary of Mahsa (Jina) Amini’s death.
Is the dream of NYU Abu Dhabi even real? A first-year student’s perspective on expectations meeting reality, and other lessons.
On the recent surge in global action to tackle the climate crisis, and the need to make green investments accessible.
The WGA and SAG-AFTRA unions have been on strike, drastically affecting the entertainment industry of Hollywood. Here are the major highlights from this summer of strikes.
So what will it be, your ideas or the reality?
In the latest U.S. News & World Report ranking update, New York University (NYU) experienced a significant drop in its ranking, going from 25th to 35th, marking its first decline since 2020.
A review of the screening of La Haine, with an original soundtrack by Asian Dub Foundation, along with background on the production of the film and the events that inspired it.
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 incentives to favor a renewable energy transition and why they are vital to the climate conversation.