NU Post-It (or The Post-It Project) gives Northwestern Community members the ability send anonymous messages to each other. There’s no way to track who wrote the messages, and there’s no way to reply. It’s completely anonymous.
Why we made this
Think of a time you didn’t say something to someone. Think of a person you wish was aware of what you thought. Think of all the things you could say and would say if you had anonymity. So much of our communication today is monitored and tracked. We want to bring back leaving little notes for people. To make them happy. To make them aware. To make them want to leave notes, too.
What messages we send
We send anything that isn’t hateful, derogatory, or vulgar. We filter messages based on content alone before we process them.
How we handle content
When you should use it
If you’ve ever wanted to say something to someone but maintain anonymity, this is for you. We’ll get everybody for you — the secretly admired, your out-of-touch friends, and every oblivious bystander. Just give us a name or a Northwestern email address, and we’ll Post-It.
Who we are
NU Post-It is run by an independent group at Northwestern. We wanted to try this little social experiment. But it’s still just an experiment. Please send us your feedback or contact us directly at contact@NUPost-It.com.
NU Post-It is not affiliated with the Northwestern University Administration in any way. We do not represent 3M or Post-It products. We do not carry responsibility for the content of sent messages.