“Oak trees, no longer mute, lose their even trim and the path invariably assumes a new and rugged imprecision.”
by Catherine Song on September 29, 2019September 28, 2019
“The protest was born of frustration at the unspeakable natures of both Title IX and the traumas of sexual assault. The protest was chaotic and it was hurt and it was loud.”
by Ellie Maag ‘19 on July 31, 2019July 31, 2019
A reflection in three parts.
by Dylan Fox on May 3, 2019July 30, 2019
“The characters in these books demolished the limitations placed on children.”
by Tara Shirazi on April 28, 2019April 28, 2019
“How wonderful it is to be alive—to know that we are all here, occupying the same moments as everyone else, breathing, blinking, living.”
by Peter Taylor on April 28, 2019
“I hope that this article will create a space for more conversations about this topic, as I think it is long overdue.”
by Michael Yeung on April 18, 2019April 19, 2019
Learning about the origins of the Nassau Weekly and how its first writers carved out a new journalistic space on campus in 1979.
by Katie Duggan on April 14, 2019April 14, 2019
Considering how the Nass has simultaneously transformed and remained the same.
by Marc Fisher ‘80 on April 14, 2019April 14, 2019
“It set for me a prime model of the meaning of a labor of love.”
by Richard Brody ‘80 on April 14, 2019April 14, 2019
“The Nassau Weekly felt like a really grown up thing, probably the first for me.”
by Scott Oran ‘83 on April 14, 2019April 14, 2019
Don Storm ‘80 and I wrote and drew “Verity,” a satiric science-fiction comic strip for the Weekly, thanks to Bob Faggen ‘82 taking a chance on us. The strip took longer to produce than we anticipated, and we were grateful … Read More
by Don Storm ‘80, James Goldin ‘80 on April 14, 2019April 19, 2019
“It had admirable staying power, since it it obviously filled a need.”
by David Galef ‘81 on April 14, 2019April 14, 2019
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?