WILL NOLAN (Philosophy, Literature)
Will Nolan is a graduate of Princeton University where he majored in Philosophy and earned certificates in Medieval Studies and Hellenic Studies. He took the the Great Books program at Princeton and travelled with it to Athens, Greece. During his time at Princeton, Mr. Nolan spent a semester at Worcester College, Oxford University, studying Plato’s Republic in Paris the following summer. He also was a staff writer for The Princeton Tory, Princeton's journal of conservative thought. A true scholar in the Montfort tradition, Mr. Nolan is also an accomplished outdoorsman, having led Princeton’s Freshman Orientation backbacking trips in Vermont, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. During his time at Princeton he helped plan over 70 orienteering, backbacking, and canoeing trips. He has spent time in Mexico on a service project for the needy. Mr. Nolan was active in the Aquinas Catholic campus ministry at Princeton, as well as the Elizabeth Anscombe Society. Mr. Nolan plays tennis, cultivates his ability to speak classical Latin, and ran with Princeton's Running Club. Mr. Nolan will coach cross country and track at Montfort.