The drug policies of the United States are horrifically backwards. They promote the incarceration of people guilty of soft drug possession, people who likely pose no threat to themselves or others. They cost countless billions of dollars each year as … Read More
Before you roll your eyes—surprise! another starry-eyed undergrad paean to Barack Obama!—I’ll have you know that here at the Nass we’re not in the business of writing portentous presidential endorsements, as is the wont of our esteemed colleagues over at … Read More
On September 11, 2013, The New York Times published an op-ed by Vladimir Putin arguing against unilateral American military intervention in Syria without the blessing of the United Nations Security Council.
For some college students returning to New Jersey after a summer away, the fall semester will spark a growing wave of protest. After all, how would you feel if you suddenly could not get affordable birth control or basic reproductive … Read More
Perhaps to the slight disappointment of the Princetonians hoping to make the University home to a second Nobel Laureate in literature, this year’s Nobel Prize in literature went to Orhan Pamuk, one of Turkey’s most critically acclaimed novelists. The Swedish … Read More
IN MERRY ENGLAND in the time of old, when good King Henry the Second ruled the land, there lived within the green glades of Sherwood Forest, near Nottingham Town, a famous outlaw whose name was Robin Hood. No archer ever … Read More
On March 7, a horde of students, faculty, and security guards filed into McCosh 50 to absorb the words of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, who visited campus to accept the prestigious James Madison Award at the invitation of the University’s Whig Cliosophic Society.