EGR Project Feedback
We'd love it if you would give your feedback about our idea for EGR200. Our project is to come up with a way to help mitigate the feelings of loneliness on Princeton's campus. Below you will find a couple of questions about Frist Campus Center alongside our idea to help mitigate loneliness and the persona we have identified on campus that is related to this. All of your responses will be kept anonymous outside of our group (Bryce, Hansini and Amy).
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Name *
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Hometown *
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Gender *
What do you like most about Frist Campus Center? *
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What do you least like about Frist Campus Center? *
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If you could change anything about Frist Campus Center, what would it be and why? (Money is not a constraint) *
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What would you want added to Frist to make you stay for longer?
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What would you want changed to Frist to make you feel more comfortable socializing there?
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Our idea is to build upon the current student center (Frist) in a way that fosters interactions and brings meaningful connections back to the center of campus so that students will encounter one another more naturally. We want to re-design Frist such that we have more eateries (maybe bringing chains from Nassau St. into Frist) or having a constantly changing pop-up shop that is available for different student entrepreneurs or small businesses to use. We want Frist to become the "town square" of Princeton's campus; we want to innovate it in a way that will increase interactions in the lives of everyday students. We realize that Late Meal exists but we want to do something more with the floor above Late Meal and also have it so that it isn't focused primarily on underclassmen on the dining hall meal plan. Through the interviews we have conducted, this has been shown to be a good way to help mitigate feelings of loneliness in the average Princeton student's life. This idea is based off of the persona our group identified as being someone who wanted a way to connect to the wider campus community in a way that didn't involve a huge time constraint, they needed a way to bump into more people throughout the day. What do you like and dislike about this? *
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If we were to stay with this idea, what types of food would you like to see in Frist? Think of places on Nassau. *
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How do you think we could arrange/re-arrange Frist so that the new food options and shops could increase new social interaction? (again, money is not a constraint) *
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