A member of the Nass gets creative with Princeton’s Covid-era dining hall food.
by Theo Lawrence on February 28, 2021March 1, 2021
Where a Nass writer urges us to explore the nearby natural world.
by Allie Mangel on February 14, 2021February 13, 2021
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
“That subtlety doesn’t just reside in her vocal technique, though. It’s an emotional subtlety that permeates the very essence of any of her recordings.”
by Peter Taylor on March 8, 2020March 7, 2020
A review of Joko Anwar’s psychological horror film.
by Gina Feliz on February 16, 2020February 14, 2020
Praise for Islands by Bear’s Den.
by Peter Taylor on November 24, 2019
Praise for Boygenius.
by Abbie Lambert on November 10, 2019
“A key part of her message is to underscore the ability of citizens to act collectively by developing a robust public sphere capable of addressing all of these issues simultaneously.”
by Abigail Glickman on October 13, 2019October 12, 2019
Reflections on environmental protest songs.
by Kathryn Short on October 13, 2019October 12, 2019
“Wherever you are, it’s no longer about the words but now about an ineffable energy that paradoxically grounds you and makes you feel weightless.”
by Peter Taylor on July 31, 2019July 30, 2019
“This novel-in-stories traces the lives of multiple generations of characters from the early days of the Soviet Union up into the near-future, all interconnected by an obscure nineteenth-century painting.”
by Peter Taylor on April 21, 2019April 20, 2019
Bot check: What is the name of the res. college that begins with a B?