“When we pull up to Auntie’s in our blood-colored minivan, Olly is definitely gone.”
by Cassandra James on June 28, 2021
by nassauweekly on May 30, 2021 · Uncategorized
This week, the Nass highlights a range of voices across the Princeton community in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
by Jennifer Lee, Kesavan Srivilliputhur on May 30, 2021May 30, 2021 · Campus
An introduction to the Nass’s APIDA issue written by the Asian American Students Association.
by Beth Villaruz on May 30, 2021May 30, 2021 · Reflections
“My name exists in a space that holds a history so long I can barely fathom it, all glossed over with a nice coat of Americanization.”
by Anika Khakoo on May 30, 2021May 30, 2021 · Culture, Interviews
A Nass writer profiles the bestselling author of Pachinko and Free Food for Millionaires.
by Meera Sastry on May 30, 2021May 30, 2021 · Reflections
“I slipped my sleeves up my arms and stared out the window: no view except for myself, and no warmth except for the burn of the water.”
by Sabrina Kim on May 30, 2021May 30, 2021 · Poetry
“Brought back to the smooth oil, our skin so platonic in the bathroom light. / Enough secrecy for love, enough ugliness for comfort.”
by Jiyoun Roh on May 30, 2021May 30, 2021 · Campus, Reflections
A California native reflects on the cold and bleak of New Jersey winters.
by nassauweekly on April 26, 2021 · Uncategorized
This week, the Nass considers Judaism, documents our living spaces, and separates fiction from fact.
by Sam Bisno on April 25, 2021April 24, 2021 · Reflections
A Nass writer reflects on his complicated relationship to his Jewish identity.
by Kristiana Filipov on April 25, 2021April 26, 2021 · Poetry
“For who would not want to /
stroke the smooth plane of her face?”
by JuJu Lane on April 25, 2021April 26, 2021 · Poetry
“Most days I whack my shinbone on the coffee table /
When friends come over we drink whiskey and forget the rules of chess”
by BT Hayes on April 25, 2021April 24, 2021 · Fiction
The Nass enters the wide world of surrealist fiction.