New society established to spread positivity around the university

Louis Mian 11 February 2021
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Project Positivity, a new student-run society in Cambridge, has been established to spread positivity and goodwill around the University.

The society, which aims ‘to run two to three university-wide projects each year’, has explained that they ‘believe positivity breeds positivity and many small acts lead to big change!’

Their first project seeks to connect people during the pandemic. You have to fill in a google form (before the 12th February), following which you’ll be assigned a person who you have to send a positive message to. There’s also a chance to win a £25 Deliveroo voucher for the most creative/inventive positive messages.

Project Positivity have suggested a number of ideas for positive messages, such as a funny meme, an inspiring anecdote, or an empowering quote.

Speaking to TCS, the founder of the society, Kosi Nwuba, explained that he ‘had the idea, talked with some friends, and thought why not?’ He said that he wants to leave the world a better place and noted that ‘you can never start too small’.

Nwuba stated that Project Positivity would ‘really love to include several colleges’ as well as the Cambridge SU.

To find out more about Project Positivity click here.