This week, the Nass considers the implications of online activism, imagines a new future for Princeton, and recommends blueberry picking. Click HERE to experience our print designs online!
by nassauweekly on July 28, 2020
On leaving home (and finding it).
by Lauren Aung on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
“Consider us the Great American Experiment.”
by Cassandra James on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
A call to reimagining what a college education can be — and who it can include.
by Sam Bisno on July 28, 2020July 30, 2020
“Although seasonal, cost-ineffective, and often buggy and sweaty, few activities rank as highly as fruit picking.”
by Ellen Su on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
“I didn’t miss the ceremonies or events so much as I mourned the idea of them, what had crystalized in my mind as essential coming-of-age moments.”
by Paige Cromley on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
On falling in love with a childhood favorite as an adult.
by Meera Sastry on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
In the age of online activism, a writer considers how progressivism has become fashionable.
by Elliot Weil on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
“At the end of July, I think I am waiting for time itself to act, to catch up with itself, to wake us up again.”
by Tess Solomon on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
“When electricity crawls across them / They glow in eerie light / Or crack in spiderwebs”
by Mina Quesen on July 28, 2020July 28, 2020
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?