"What I Be" Project Gallery in the Wilcox Hall Commons
Stop by and see the "What I Be" project gallery in the Wilcox Hall Commons.
The 'What I Be' project aims to "create security through insecurity." The project challenges participants to take ownership of the experiences and qualities that shape, but do not define, who we are.
From 2/17-2/22, 81 Princeton students were photographed with words or symbols written on their faces and upper bodies, which reveal one of their personal insecurities. This project is meant to spark conversations around the 'culture of perfection' at Princeton, what it means to be vulnerable, how to support our peers and friends, and so on.
Please learn more about 'What I Be' at the following links.
PROJECT WEB SITE: http://www.whatibeproject.com
DAILY PRINCE FEATURE: http://bit.ly/12c2j70
DAILY PRINCE SPEECH STORY: http://bit.ly/Xmg1Q0
The gallery will be up for the next several weeks. Please take a look, and give your feedback on the project here: http://bit.ly/WDIRYW
Anything you want to share is greatly appreciated. If you would like to provide direct feedback, please email Shirley Gao at firstname.lastname@example.org.