Our Editors in Chief offer some insight as the academic year gets underway and the Nass’s publication cycle commences.
by Faith Emba, Tess Solomon on September 20, 2020September 20, 2020
“At the end of July, I think I am waiting for time itself to act, to catch up with itself, to wake us up again.”
by Tess Solomon on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
A statement to our readers in solidarity of the Black Lives Matter movement
by Faith Emba, Tess Solomon on June 3, 2020June 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
A letter from the editors.
by Faith Emba, Tess Solomon on February 16, 2020February 18, 2020
“They know something real about the surface of things. I would say that they defy the abstractions, statistics, and agendas of public policy, the academic event of the structure in whose shadow they roughly glide, jump, and fall.”
by Tess Solomon on February 16, 2020February 18, 2020
Brief descriptions of artistic objects you walk past on Princeton’s campus.
by Alex Jacobson, Andrew White, Mina Quesen, Serena Alagappan, Tess Solomon on November 17, 2019
“I wondered what or who—a simple puzzle, a stakeless one, but one that, in context, made my expectation of strangeness a mystery lived.”
by Tess Solomon on November 10, 2019
A profile of Kotami and its founders, Sofie Kim ’20 and MC Otani ’21.
by Tess Solomon on July 31, 2019July 31, 2019
“At the top of the platform I turned left. The flat surface of the hemispheric bubble sprawled below. In my memory, the red chairs looked like rock candy.”
by Tess Solomon on April 21, 2019April 22, 2019
“I hope and expect those feelings will only increase as I watch where it goes in the next forty.”
by Tess Solomon on April 14, 2019April 14, 2019
Examining the relationship between feminist literary theory, authority by experience, and the potential of the human moral imagination.
by Tess Solomon on March 31, 2019April 7, 2019
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with an M?