MA, History, Trinity College
After a 28-year career as an educator, alumnus Nick finally returned to St. Mark’s in March of 2011. A writer and photographer, he currently oversees the news content of the School website, serves as Editor of the twice-yearly St. Mark’s Magazine, and takes on special projects regarding St. Mark’s history and its alumni. In his spare time, he is host of THE FOLK REVIVAL on WICN (Worcester Public Radio). While at St. Mark’s, Nick was President of the Choir, Glee Club, and Dramatics Club, and was Manager of Varsity football, wrestling, and baseball. At Prize Day, he received the Badger Dramatics Prize and the Brantwood Prize. He went on to earn both his B.A. and M.A. in history from Trinity College (CT). He worked for 14 summers at Brantwood Camp, including several years as Assistant Director and Director. He is the author of seven books, including Fences of Stone (a history of Southborough, Massachusetts); a two volume history of Brantwood Camp (Brantwood and To Honor the Trust), “NUMBER #1” (a folk music history), and his most recent work, The Echo of Their Voices: 150 Years of St. Mark’s School.