Thursday, Mar 1, 2018
It sucks to be rejected from or fail at something. But it happens to all of us, and it is important to realize that these experiences are an inevitable part of the Princeton experience and can make you stronger in the long run. We spoke with several Princeton students about times they've faced rejection and what they've taken away from it.
Saturday, Jan 14, 2017
"The findings of this investigation are important for the University to understand. They suggest that we need to reevaluate the assumption that students have highly positive Princeton experiences, just because the enthusiastic dialogue about Princeton is often so resounding.
Friday, Jan 13, 2017
Check out this video that looks back on all the work PPP has done in the 2 years since its launch. Looking forward to many more years of improving the campus climate by pushing back against the myth of effortless perfection and encouraging honest conversations about both success and failure at Princeton!
Sunday, Apr 17, 2016
On Thursday, March 24th, the Princeton Perspective Project team sat down with Cameron Zeluck, Nusrat Ahmed, Amalya Megerman, Natalia Perina, JC Arenas, Ali Campion, and many other students to discuss the impacts of Princeton's eating options on our lives on campus as part of the Behind this Smile conversation series.
Monday, Feb 8, 2016
The Princeton Perspective Project is hosting its first conversation event in Behind This Smile: A Conversation Series on Wednesday, February 10th in Frist Campus Center (Class of '52 Room). We are pleased to collaborate with Rebecca Nyquist '09 who will be discussing grit and resilience, particularly as these characteristics relate to the lives of student athletes.
Sunday, Jan 31, 2016
Take a look at PPP's first conversation series: Behind This Smile! We had around 50 students join in the filming of this video, and we are so excited to open up conversations about what is behind our smiles. Oftentimes, there is something else going on behind the smiling face of a student on campus. Whether this is stress, genuine contentedness, or anxiety, it is important we discuss the emotions underneath the surface.