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Green Street

Green Street houses are some of the oldest houses on Smith's campus, dating from as far back as 1878. With age comes history and tradition. Pride that comes from living in a Green Street house is only surpassed by the appreciation of their proximity to the classroom buildings, the gymnasium, the athletic fields and the scenic Paradise Pond. Green Street is a small street lined with speciality shops that gives the feel of an intimate community. Porch swings and cozy living rooms make these houses a place that many students call home for their entire four years at Smith.

Area Coordinator

Sarah Brickey-Nguyen

office Hubbard House, Ground Floor
email Send an e-mail
phone (413) 585-2236

Sarah Brickey-Nguyen, East Quad Area CoordinatorSarah returned to the Smith community in the fall of 2017. As a former student ResLife staff herself, she's excited to be working on Green Street. Sarah joins the team after a career in graduate admissions.

What are your open hours?
I hold open hours on Mondays from 2-3 p.m. and Wednesdays from 10am-12 p.m.

What are your professional interests?
I am excited about supporting students both as a community and on an individual basis. Smith is your home away from home and I am committed to supporting each individual in their house as they pursue their studies. I am deeply passionate about issues of educational access, demystifying bureaucratic systems in higher ed, understanding dynamics of power and privilege, and creating space for the holistic support of students.

What are your personal interests?
Food and traveling are two passions of mine, and are best when combined. Over the past few years, I have had the opportunity to travel domestically and abroad. When I'm in Massachusetts, I love spending time with my family and my dog. I also love cooking and making baked goods. Moving to the Pioneer Valley has allowed me to explore area restaurants and take advantage of the fresh local produce.

What is your education background?
I grew up in Southern Vermont but have spent most of my adult life in Boston, Massachusetts.

What are your two favorite places on campus?
There are so many places to choose from! I have always been charmed by Green Street, so I'll say that my office is one place. The second place would be in the Campus Center Goldstein Lounge (red room) when they have the fireplace going in the winter.