Anonymous Email at Princeton

Princeton’s student government introduced anonymous email so students can communicate their, um, ideas to their professors.

“You can write stuff like ‘I think you use PowerPoint too much’ or ‘I think your lectures would be more interesting if you asked for questions at the end,’ ” USG president Rob Biederman ’08 said. “We trust and hope that people will not abuse the system.”

While the system seems to screen for abuses, one could imagine the potential if such a thing were instituted at Wesleyan. Oh the things we could find to bitch about…

(via The Paper Trail)

2 thoughts on “Anonymous Email at Princeton

  1. Anonymous

    kind of silly. i mean, you can send email to your profs already from anonymous email addresses.or leave them notes.wtf??it just assures them that you’re in their class??

  2. Anonymous

    kind of silly.
    i mean, you can send email to your profs already from anonymous email addresses.
    or leave them notes.
    wtf??
    it just assures them that you’re in their class??

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