Stop focusing on what others think about you or your decisions—you'll soon realize that only you know what’s truly best for you
~Paul Riley '15
Take the opportunity to learn something new from every encounter you have or activity you do. The amount of wisdom you can gain in the Orange Bubble is so vast and, if you’re like me, you’ll miss that environment once you hit the “real world”.
~Morgan Cellistan '16
Get out of your comfort zone. Try new things, meet new people, you'll be surprised at the experiences you have.
~Emily Erdos '19
You may find that you are losing interest in a subject you thought you had always liked. This can be unsettling. Nevertheless, you shouldn't view it as something to be avoided.
~Gabe Lipkowitz '20
Don't be afraid to say Hi to random people, they might just become your new best friend!
~Heavyn Jennings '20
My advice for dealing with your thesis is that its never too early to start writing. Start with small things that you can do early in the year like drafting the background and methods.
~Jack Mazzulo '16
Spend less time counting the days until graduation or that sweet PTL and more time doing the things you love with the people you love.
~Michael Iberkleid '15
Senior year is a special time to start thinking about how you want to maintain the relationships that you formed at Princeton.
-Dominique Ibekwe '16