This summer, the Nass reviews “Oklahoma,” recommends “Bodys,” and reflects on Title IX protests at Princeton.
This week, the Nass spends 24 hours in Frist, revisits childhood stories, considers computers in classrooms, and goes fishing on Carnegie.
This week, the Nass recommends the Tsar of Love and Techno, flies on a trapeze, and considers the case of Jussie Smollett.
This week, the Nass celebrates 40 years in print by showcasing the reflections of Nassau Weekly alumni.
This week, the Nass examines the hostility directed at certain Hollywood women, feminism at an all-girls school, and gender dynamics at college parties.
This week, the Nass celebrates women’s history month, considers Pete Davidson’s comedy, and learns about starfish.
This week, the Nass reflects on icons of cultural capital, nail polish, and friendship with a fan of Jordan Peterson.
This week the Nass considers literary endings, problematizes the colloquial term “aesthetic,” and remembers the Bramble Cay melomys.
This week the Nass telescopes faith, considers Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, and reads Lolita in the city where you fall in love four times a day.
This week the Nass goes backpacking in Slovenia, mourns roadkill, investigates injuries in eating clubs, and tries to recall the fleeting memories of those who have passed on.
In the final issue of Volume 40, the Nass gets some Heelys, tries out American tradition, and goes to therapy.