#TellUsTigers: "People often paint student activists & advocates as being too sensitive, too sheltered and out of touch with reality. During my time at Princeton I have found the complete opposite. We are people who see the potential in Princeton (and the world). We see the big picture: how this institution (and others) are not perfect. We recognize that Princeton has 270 years of history and... View details ⇨
President Eisgruber shares a few examples of the special ways — often selfless and behind-the-scenes — that members of the Class of 2017 have chosen to serve Princeton, local communities and the wider world.
“These four years have felt like a fairy tale where I was given the unprecedented chance to immerse myself in intellectual stimulation while engaging in community service." - Jin Yun Chow, valedictorian of Princeton University’s Class of 2017
Last fall, the United Nations launched the "One Billion Voices" campaign in an effort to raise disability awareness. Here at Princeton, students expressed their own support for the campaign by sharing why diverse ability is important to them.