"Jersey Shore" is moving inland -- and up a few ladders on the social rung -- for what may be the Ivy League's first reality show.
According to the Daily Princetonian, directors have been casting on campus and will soon seek approval from the university for the show, which aims to portray an "insider look" at Princeton undergrad life.
"Princeton represents so many types of students, and so we want to capture that," [co-director Tricia] Rosenthal said. She added that there has not been a reality show focusing on this subject yet, and that it would be both "interesting" and "unusual."
Students, for the most part, are curious if not excited about the show's premise.
Desiree Howry '13 said she was excited at the chance to audition for the show and at the possibility of a reality television show being shot on campus.
"The show is a wonderful idea, because I've found that a lot of outsiders think [Princeton students] are something we're not," Howry said in an e-mail.
What do you think? Would you be in a reality show on your campus?
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