“Still, I see strength, even under the camera’s gaze. Maybe I want to imagine that their strength will find its way to me.”
by Abigail Glickman on November 7, 2021November 5, 2021
A photo series.
by Abigail Glickman on April 25, 2021April 24, 2021
In which a Nass writer celebrates the work of prominent surrealist Leonara Carrington.
by Abigail Glickman on March 7, 2021March 7, 2021
“I wondered what kind of philosopher he might have been, having known him only after his thinking and memory had become impaired.”
by Abigail Glickman on February 21, 2021February 21, 2021
In the succeeding entries, we telescope “rhythm.” Sonically evocative and personally connotative, we examine the word in its multiplicity of meanings.
by Abigail Glickman, Allie Mangel, BT Hayes, Emma Mohrmann, Lara Katz, Sabrina Kim on November 8, 2020November 8, 2020
An examination of Princeton’s support for its workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Abigail Glickman on June 30, 2020
In week 3 of the Nass gone digital, our masthead is here to offer you a variety of TV, books, movies, and music we think you should check out.
by Abigail Glickman, Andrew White, Drew Pugliese, Elliott Weil, Isabelle Casimir, Meera Sastry, Melina Huang, Pat Macdonald, Peter Taylor, Tara Shirazi, Tess Solomon on April 12, 2020April 12, 2020
“Disconnecting from my warring fingers, I hang in a space that belongs to neither fingers nor eyes.”
by Abigail Glickman on December 8, 2019December 8, 2019
“A key part of her message is to underscore the ability of citizens to act collectively by developing a robust public sphere capable of addressing all of these issues simultaneously.”
by Abigail Glickman on October 13, 2019October 12, 2019
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?