WILL NOLAN (Philosophy, Literature)
Will Nolan is a graduate of Princeton University where he majored in Philosophy and earned certificates in Medieval Studies, Hellenic Studies, and Humanistic Studies. He also was part of the Great Books program at Princeton and studied in Athens, Greece. During his time at Princeton, Mr. Nolan spent a semester at Worcester College of Oxford University and studied the French Language and Plato’s Republic in Paris. He also was a staff writer for The Princeton Tory, a journal of conservative thought, and participated in the Chapel Watch, guarding the Princeton Chapel. A true scholar in the Montfort tradition, Mr. Nolan is also an accomplished outdoorsman, having led Princeton’s Freshman Orientation backbacking programs in Vermont, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. During his time at Princeton he led over 70 orienteering, backbacking, and canoeing trips. He has spent time in Mexico and impoverished areas of the United States in service projects for the needy. Mr. Nolan is active in Catholic campus ministry groups at Princeton including the Elizabeth Anscombe Society and the Aquinas Institute. A classical pianist, he is also a speaker of classical Latin, an accomplished tennis player, and a member of the Princeton Running Club. Mr. Nolan will coach cross country and track at Montfort.