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From the Emirates: Vice Chancellor of NYUAD Al Bloom talks about labor at NYUAD

From the Emirates: Vice Chancellor of NYUAD Al Bloom talks about labor at NYUAD

March 24, 2014
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Editor’s note: This article was originally published in the Labor Issue of The Gazelle, the student publication at NYU Abu Dhabi. It has been reprinted with permission as a part of an ongoing collaboration between The Gazelle and WSN to connect our two campuses. In an exclusive interview, Vice... Read more »

From the Emirates: In focus: Saadiyat update

From the Emirates: In focus: Saadiyat update

March 10, 2014
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Editor’s note: This article was originally published in Issue 31 of The Gazelle, the student publication at NYU Abu Dhabi. It has been reprinted with permission as a part of an ongoing collaboration between The Gazelle and WSN to connect our two campuses. More details about the move to Saad... Read more »

Benjamin Jance: the facilitator

Benjamin Jance: the facilitator

December 13, 2012
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Live Blog Soon after NYU Abu Dhabi sophomore Benjamin Jance IV arrived in the United Arab Emirates to begin his university studies, he discovered an overwhelming sense of community. Equipped with a strong sense of idealism, a desire to bring peoreal viagra ukple together and a brilliant smile, Jance look... Read more »

Countries must prevent climate complications for global security

Countries must prevent climate complications for global security

December 4, 2012
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In 1997, delegates from 194 member countries of the United Nations signed the Kyoto protocol, a pledge to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 2012. Essentially, each ratifying country pledged to lower their emissions to pre-1990 levels. The protocol expires Jan. 1, 2013, and U.N. delegates are... Read more »

NYU Abu Dhabi student bridge gap with Washington, D.C. campus

NYU Abu Dhabi student bridge gap with Washington, D.C. campus

November 19, 2012
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A group of 21 NYU Abu Dhabi students currently staying in New York took a weekend trip to experience Washington, D.C. Similar to university-planned regional trips in NYU’s study abroad sites, this excursion aimed to provide an opportunity for the visiting students to gain a new perspective on the United... Read more »

Technology brings new ways of coordinating disaster relief

Technology brings new ways of coordinating disaster relief

November 15, 2012
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The New York Tech Meetup may be pioneering a new way to respond to disaster. Following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the technology-centered organization created an online forum that allows anyone to collaborate on relief projects, volunteering, donating materials or office space and finding technological... Read more »

Sandy reveals NYU’s hidden sense of community

Sandy reveals NYU’s hidden sense of community

November 5, 2012
Filed under OPINION

I am becoming an expert on student residence hall evacuations. This past week, after the widespread blackout caused by Hurricane Sandy, I was forced out of my dorm room for the second time in my undergraduate career — the first time, I was back at my home campus of NYU Abu Dhabi. Like 75 other NYUA... Read more »

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