The agency produces three yearbooks each year: the Nassau Herald, the Bric-a-Brac, and the Freshman Herald. Because each book is only published once, quantities are limited! See below for detailed information about each book.
Nassau Herald: Senior Yearbook
This all-color yearbook is produced annually for the senior class. It includes senior portraits, congratulatory advertisements, and student-submitted candid photos. Seniors order their Nassau Heralds either at the Commencement Fair (held in Decemer) or online through our website. These books are published in April and distributed at the Checkout Fair in May.
Class of 2013: Congraulations, graduates! Don't let the chance to commemorate your senior year slip away. Quantities are limited! Order here.
Alumni: We have old Bric-a-Brac books in very limited stock! Order now.
Don't see your year? Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about availability.
Bric-a-Brac: Student Life Yearbook
This all-color yearbook includes photos of student organizations, athletics at the varsity and club levels, campus events, eating clubs, residential colleges, student life, and more. Relive special moments like Commencement, Reunions, and Lawn Parties. [Bonfire 2012!] The Bric is published over the summer so as to capture the very first and very last moments of the school year and is distributed in September.
Congratulations on finishing another year at Princeton! Commemorate your time with a yearbook.
$110 $99 (limited time only!). Order here.
Missed your chance to buy a book last year? We have a limited number still in stock.
Price: $99. Order here.
Freshman Herald: Freshman Facebook
This book acts as both a keepsake and resource. The Freshman Herald serves as a memento of when you first began your time at Princeton and shows you how much you grew during your four years here. The online college facebook does not retain photos of students who have already graduated; this publication is the only place you will find these photos after you graduate. It also includes phone numbers for campus resources and helpful maps, photos of administrators and residential college advisers, as well as directories that list all students by state or country, by first name, and by residential college.