Share a Story

Become a part of the PPP movement by sharing your story with the Princeton community. It could be a video, written essay, piece of artwork, poem, or more! Feel free to get creative.

For your protection, videos are IP restricted to limit viewing to Princeton University IP addresses. See our "What You Need to Know" document for more information about our privacy standards. Then, read below for more information on the submission process!

Submit a Video

Step 1: Read this document for some ideas about what to say in your video.

Step 2: Before recording your video, read the "What You Need to Know" document to understand our privacy standards.

Step 3: Film your story -- you can either email perspective@princeton.edu to set up a filming time with a PPP Student Advisory Member, or record it on your own computer.

Step 4: Suggest some tags for your video -- you can choose from our list, or submit your own tags.

Step 5: If you have filmed your own video, submit it to perspective@princeton.edu. Please keep in mind that we are aiming to have all videos no more than 5 minutes long.  

Step 6: Wait for our team to review the video. Our review process is not intended to be bureaucratic. We simply want to make sure that this site remains a safe place for all visitors. If you have any questions, please contact any member of the advisory committee.

In the interest of campus safety, we want to be as clear and transparent as possible about our responsibilities. In that spirit, please read the following notes on our review process:

  • All submissions will be reviewed by the Princeton Perspective Project student members and administrative sponsors, who reserve the right to accept, reject, edit, or remove videos on the basis of the objectives and mission of the project. 
  • For your safety, we have a responsibility to intervene if you describe situations that make us concerned about a current danger to yourself or others. It is also possible that administrators may reach out to offer support.
  • Students who have survived intimate partner violence, sexual assault, or other misconduct implicating sex- or gender-based discrimination may want to share their story through the PPP website. Such a submission cannot be considered confidential and will trigger a report to the Title IX Coordinator.  An investigation and disciplinary action against the alleged perpetrator may result.  Therefore, if a survivor is not certain that they wish to pursue disciplinary action, they should first engage in confidential counseling with the office of Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources & Education (SHARE).  Students who are in need of medical attention and/or who desire information about their options may go to McCosh or call the Infirmary at 609-258-3139 to speak with a SHARE counselor.


We will contact you prior to posting your video to the website. Thanks for your perspective!

 


Submit a Written Story, Photo, Poem, etc.

Step 1: Read this document to get ideas for what you might want to share.

Step 2: Before recording your video, read the "What You Need to Know" document to understand our privacy standards.

Step 3: Suggest some tags for your piece -- you can choose from our list, or submit your own tags

Step 4: Submit your story to perspective@princeton.edu. Please note that written and creative pieces will be public--viewing cannot be restricted to the Princeton community at this time. If you would like to remain anonymous on the website, please include that request in your email. However, keep in mind that while written and creative submissions may be anonymous to the Princeton community, they will not be anonymous to the review committee.

Step 5: Wait for our team to review your piece. Our review process is not intended to be bureaucratic. We simply want to make sure that this site remains a safe place for all visitors. If you have any questions, please contact any member of the advisory committee.

In the interest of campus safety, we want to be as clear and transparent as possible about our responsibilities. In that spirit, please read the following notes on our review process:

  • All submissions will be reviewed by the Princeton Perspective Project student members and administrative sponsors, who reserve the right to accept, reject, edit, or remove submissions on the basis of the objectives and mission of the project. 
  • For your safety, we have a responsibility to intervene if you describe situations that make us concerned about a current danger to yourself or others. It is also possible that administrators may reach out to offer support.
  • Students who have survived intimate partner violence, sexual assault, or other misconduct implicating sex- or gender-based discrimination may want to share their story through the PPP website. Such a submission cannot be considered confidential and will trigger a report to the Title IX Coordinator.  An investigation and disciplinary action against the alleged perpetrator may result.  Therefore, if a survivor is not certain that they wish to pursue disciplinary action, they should first engage in confidential counseling with the office of Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources & Education (SHARE).  Students who are in need of medical attention and/or who desire information about their options may go to McCosh or call the Infirmary at 609-258-3139 to speak with a SHARE counselor.


We will contact you prior to posting your piece on the website. Thanks for your perspective!

 


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