Hey Mathey Moose! My name is Nicolette and I'm a junior in the Classics department originally from the obscure woods of northern Jersey. On campus I serve as Managing Editor for The Nassau Literary Review and oversee the Humanities Council's Student Mentorship Program (yay HUM!) while working for the Writing Center and its pedagogy journal, the Tortoise. I've also volunteered with Community Action, costumed for Princeton Shakespeare Company and performed in groups like the University Chapel Choir and William Trego Singers.
At the end of a long day, though, there is no place like home — Mathey! In my free time I enjoy reading poetry in Blair courtyard, singing with friends and taking long, romantic walks to the dining hall dessert table. Please stop by Hamilton to join me in all the above, or just for snacks and conversation! My door's always open and I look forward to making memories together at Princeton's best residential college. Welcome 2021!
Certificates: Gender & Sexuality Studies, Humanistic Studies, Creative Writing (Poetry)
Where I call home: Hewitt, New Jersey
Did you know? Nicolette:
1. had never taken Latin or Greek before Princeton, and now loves both.
2. is the managing editor of Princeton's oldest literary publication, The Nassau Literary Review.
3. can often be found reading in Blair Courtyard or taking long, romantic walks to the dining hall dessert table.