In this issue, Nass contributors reflect on quarantine, urge Princeton to divest from fossil fuels, and profile the workers on campus. Click HERE to experience our print designs online!
by nassauweekly on July 1, 2020July 1, 2020
“Two students, dressed in flowing black gowns, walk side-by-side through the courtyard. One student pauses, checks his phone, and sees an update: the University will be virtual for the remainder of the school year.”
by Justin Curl on June 30, 2020June 30, 2020
A letter from the editors.
by Faith Emba, Tess Solomon on February 16, 2020February 18, 2020
Another week, another crossword
by Andrew White on October 6, 2019October 7, 2019
by Andrew White on September 29, 2019June 2, 2020
“I wondered at the sapphire waters / But the hunger scraped my hallow cheeks”
by Daniel Bracho on April 6, 2019April 6, 2019
“Civilizations come and go, people die, kings conquer, and continents shift, but the cockroach is there, in the shadows, making its mark on all of them. That’s a dream in itself.”
by Emily McLean on May 6, 2018May 5, 2018
“Our most homespun particularities would illuminate the dusk in the woods like lanterns as we sat together after dinner.”
by Tess Solomon on October 15, 2017October 14, 2017
“what’s the weirdest thing you brought with you to college?”
by Isabel Griffith-Gorgati, Maya Eashwaran on October 15, 2017October 18, 2017
For one woman, perpetually disheartened by dining hall desserts, a new discovery prompts renewed enthusiasm, and, dare we say, rekindled emotion.
by Ellen Scott-Young on October 15, 2017October 14, 2017
Trump, Objectivity, and the Media
by Andrew Tynes on September 25, 2016September 25, 2016
In a filmmaking era when movies are increasingly designed, focus-tested, and audience-approved to please, “Bone Tomahawk” is strangely refreshing for refusing us our simple pleasures.
by Elliott Eglash on February 14, 2016February 14, 2016
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?