A writer teaches the Nass how to let go, to hold on, and to be held.
by Lauren Aung on September 25, 2022September 25, 2022
“But was my femininity forced on me, the only feasible result of a life grown around dolls and children’s books?”
by Lauren Aung on November 20, 2021
A rumination on campus culture and personal pain.
by Lauren Aung on October 10, 2021October 9, 2021
Two Nass writers reflect on the nature of beauty through myriad lenses.
by Lauren Aung, Sam Bisno on April 4, 2021April 4, 2021
“But you put me here in America— in rich, white, suburban America, where the people are bland and the food even more so. You put me here in this diner, and I hate you for it.”
by Lauren Aung on April 4, 2021April 4, 2021
Wherein a Nass writer contemplates the influence of Disney on her burgeoning worldview.
by Lauren Aung on March 7, 2021March 7, 2021
“Applying to colleges, I held one core condition: there was no way I was staying in this town.”
by Lauren Aung on November 8, 2020November 8, 2020
“Looking back, I feel the peculiar embarrassment of having been a teenage girl with teenage girl concerns, but the lives and concerns of teenage girls are often dismissed as trivial things, and if I could tell myself at 13 what I know now, I would.”
by Lauren Aung on November 1, 2020November 1, 2020
On leaving home (and finding it).
by Lauren Aung on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?