Follow the Digital Footprints

    by Brian Kappler
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    It's a contemporary cliché in almost every field of endeavor: we're drowning in data. From the simplest Google search to the most recondite statistics for scholars, the new flood of information must be filtered and channeled and managed.

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    Images of Marhaba

    by Sallie Isobel Moffat

    It has been a very busy week for NYU Abu Dhabi's Class of 2018. From campus tours and excursions into Abu Dhabi to Campus Life activities and informational sessions, Marhaba 2014 has been a whirlwind for the newest members of our community. See just a bit of what they've been up to in the gallery below.

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    On Assignment in Detroit

    by Zoe Hu
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    Guest Post: Zoe Hu, NYUAD Class of 2016.

    Before this summer, my perception of a journalism internship involved visions of frenzied fact checking, fielding grunt work, and abusing the office coffee machine. While my time in Michigan as an intern at HOUR Detroit magazine certainly did demand the occasional bout of caffeine-addled editing, I also had the fortunate opportunity to venture out of the office and explore Detroit on the publication's behalf.

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    At the Interface of Mathematics and Physics

    by Brian Kappler
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    In the higher reaches of physics, says Federico Camia, the border with mathematics has become remarkably porous. And he is living proof of that: holder of a Ph.D. in physics from NYU New York, he is today a visiting associate professor of Mathematics at NYU Abu Dhabi.

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    Welcome, Class of 2018!

    by Sallie Isobel Moffat

    A very warm welcome to the Class of 2018! And what better way to get you started here at NYU Abu Dhabi than with advice from those who have already walked the path on which you are about to embark? Without further ado, some words of wisdom from members of the University's inaugural Class of 2014.

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