This week, the Nass considers personal autonomy, opines on exclusivity, and ruminates on seasonal defecation.
by nassauweekly on April 18, 2021April 18, 2021
“We are socialized to be agreeable and raised to say yes, so it becomes ever more difficult to deny the encroaching hand of a stranger.”
by Allie Matthias on April 18, 2021April 18, 2021
“She left her feet behind in bed, tucking them in/like children.”
by Lara Katz on April 18, 2021April 17, 2021
A Nass writer opines on the exclusivity of Princeton.
by David Chmielewski on April 18, 2021April 17, 2021
“I guess this piece is a thank you. Thank you to all the people I’ve met here that have seen the beauty in me before I will, for making me feel like Cinderella.”
by Ash Hyun on April 18, 2021April 17, 2021
A Nass writer considers the popularity and cancellation of country star Morgan Wallen.
by Elliott Weil on April 18, 2021April 17, 2021
“Mostly, though, we all laughed together because so much more makes us similar than what makes us different—albeit critically different. And I would say, too, wonderfully different.”
by Sabrina Kim on April 18, 2021April 17, 2021
“I turned into a constellation, fathomed into form /
By your dispassionate gaze.”
by Kristiana Filipov on April 18, 2021April 17, 2021
A Nass writer ruminates on Princeton’s apolitical nature.
by Sam Bisno on April 18, 2021April 17, 2021
This week, the Nass connects to the past, ruminates on the present, and looks toward the future.
by nassauweekly on April 11, 2021April 11, 2021
A Nass writer considers generational perspectives on feminism in a discussion with her own mother, a Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies professor.
by Kristiana Filipov on April 11, 2021April 11, 2021
“I was too young to care much about time—it was all just a vast substance that clung to me, moved me, invisible and inconsequential.”
by Sabrina Kim on April 11, 2021April 10, 2021
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