“Through my chalk drawing, I wanted to engage with the concept of fluidity and a flexible present. What if the priority was not permanence, but the process?”
by Emma Mohrmann on November 20, 2021November 20, 2021
by nassauweekly on November 20, 2021November 20, 2021 · Uncategorized
In the final issue of our forty-third volume, the Nass looks for a lost bike, watches chalk disappear, and gets jazzy in the chapel.
by Hazel Flaherty on November 20, 2021 · Humor
Some cartoons for your Sunday pleasure.
by Sam Bisno on November 20, 2021 · Campus, Nass Recomends, Reflections
Wherein a Nass writer visits a unique service at the Princeton chapel.
by Lucia Brown on November 20, 2021 · Reflections
“The last time my dad broke in, he took a key to the bathroom screen. It still flaps in heavy wind.”
by Charles Nuermberger on November 20, 2021 · Reflections
A chronicle of one student’s misplaced bicycle.
by Lauren Aung on November 20, 2021 · Feminism, Reflections
“But was my femininity forced on me, the only feasible result of a life grown around dolls and children’s books?”
by Lara Katz on November 20, 2021 · Reflections, Sports
Reflections on an author-athlete’s relationship to her sport.
by Yonit Krebs on November 20, 2021 · Reflections
Wherein the author reflects on what constitutes a meaningful exchange.
by staff on November 20, 2021 · List
All the courses you always wanted to take—if the university ever let you.
by Chisom Nwadinobi on November 20, 2021November 21, 2021 · Poetry
“My name commands the full tongue, the breath of a whole lung”
by Sierra Stern on November 20, 2021November 20, 2021 · Arts, Culture, Feminism
“Perhaps children of the early 2000s should be grateful for tamer coming-of-age protagonists who dealt with school bullies, boogers, and cursed slices of cheese within the vacuum of endless middle school.”
by Mina Quesen on November 14, 2021 · Uncategorized
A letter from the editor celebrating the release of the seventh issue of the semester.