A glimpse through a tear in the multiverse.
by Mina Quesen on March 27, 2022March 27, 2022
“Below, the sea was moonlight, bright as commercial breakfast milk. The tide pulled forward and back, morse code telling me all the ways to escape the sleepy town.”
by Mina Quesen on February 27, 2022February 27, 2022
Dear Nass Community, During the upheaval and unpredictability of the past two years, the Nass has been a constant for both of us. While responding to the demands of the pandemic, this publication has moved from print to online-only and … Read More
by JuJu Lane, Mina Quesen on February 13, 2022February 13, 2022
A letter from the editor celebrating the release of the seventh issue of the semester.
by Mina Quesen on November 14, 2021
“Nostalgia is a luxury that I’m willing to pay any price for, and these grocery stores sell it all.”
Wherein a Nass writer ruminates on an experience with an alternative dairy product.
by Mina Quesen on October 31, 2021October 30, 2021
A Nass writer ruminates on her yearly pilgrimage to a small Florida town.
by Mina Quesen on September 19, 2021September 18, 2021
“When the word ‘diversity’ enters the conversation, I am to be made an example and a representative…. It’s as if I cannot possibly be content simply existing”
by Mina Quesen on April 4, 2021April 4, 2021
“They are not allowed to know the embrace of the sisters next to them”
by Mina Quesen on March 7, 2021March 7, 2021
The dramatic conclusion to a serialized tale of owlery.
by Mina Quesen on February 28, 2021February 28, 2021
“Is it too late to go around asking strangers for tylenol?”
by Mina Quesen on February 21, 2021February 21, 2021
“To erase the blankness, / masked the cleaner’s sting / with lavender and sage, / found places for my mother’s / good omens”
by Mina Quesen on October 4, 2020October 3, 2020
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?