Sarah Nassabieh

Sarah is a third-year student in the HAST program who views words as wonder. She wrote her first short story at the age of 8, her first poem when she was 9, and is a spoken word artist since the age of 14. She never gets bored of watching the moon phases and has even considered building a telescope on her own with the help of Youtube. If the world were a wish-granting factory, Sarah would ask to live in space or in a self-built tree house in the middle of the jungle.

Sarah’s articles:

  • Why are we here? A Bard College Berlin Experience
  • What is oppression?
  • What would you do if your house was on fire?
  • About a Day in the Cafeteria (and what keeps us alive)
  • What makes you HUMAN?
  • “I don’t know”
  • Let’s ask Goethe about Muslim Integration – A Theater Project by Maria Khan
  • Why are we here?
  • You are your grades – the quantified self
  • A Musical Poem – Translating Memories and Moments into Music