To telescope, we begin with 300 words, then slice the word count in half for each successive section. We stop when the numbers stop dividing evenly. This week, eight Nass writers telescope the word “fault.”
by Alexandra Orbuch, Daniel Vergara, Daniel Viorica, Emily Yang, Jane Castleman, Mollika Jai Singh, Otto Eiben, Peyton Smith on December 4, 2022
“He closed his eyes. Should he be praying right now? He wasn’t sure. He forgot to think about this part.”
by Jane Castleman on September 26, 2021September 24, 2021
“Sometimes it would end with go to your room but sometimes it would end with why are you so angry? and that hurt a lot more.”
by Jane Castleman on August 1, 2021July 31, 2021
A virtual take on the illustrious Nass tradition of spending 24 hours in Frist.
by Beth Villaruz, David Chmielewski, Jane Castleman, Sierra Stern on November 8, 2020November 8, 2020
On a strange back-to-school season and its unexpected potential for the Class of 2024.
by Jane Castleman on September 20, 2020September 21, 2020
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with a B?