There is no denying that the Princeton undergraduate experience is luxurious. Free Tacoria seems ubiquitous at campus events. Residential colleges offer free massages during midterm week and free Broadway trips throughout the year. Some seminar classes include trips abroad that are fully funded, regardless of students’ financial aid status. These perks reduce the stressful, overwhelming nature of life at Princeton. But, these luxuries create a sense of entitlement, and alienate us from the vast majority of the world’s population. That entitlement discourages us from pursuing careers in public service.