Princeton Weekly Bulletin October 23, 2006, Vol. 96, No. 7 prev next current
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- • Researchers seek to incorporate street psychology into economics
- • Massey’s mentorship creates network of mathematicians
- • Elizabeth Harman joins father on the philosophy faculty
- • Spotlight, briefs, staff retirements, staff obituaries
- • Calendar of events
- • Nassau Notes
- • By the numbers
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Community and Staff Day 2006
(photos: Denise Applewhite)
Princeton NJ — Residents of the campus and local communities turned out on a crisp fall evening Oct. 13 for Community and Staff Day at Princeton Stadium. The annual celebration of sports, entertainment and community service featured activities for all ages and interests, including a Community Service Fair; a youth sports clinic hosted by University athletes; entertainment; and the Tigers’ 17-3 football victory over Brown.
Participants (pictured left) checked out the Community Service Fair and the face-painting station. At the sports clinic (pictured right), a youngster raced against tennis team member Sarah Huah, while two others shook hands before wrestling under the supervision of head coach Chris Ayres.
The event was sponsored by the Office of Community and Regional Affairs, the Office of Human Resources, the Department of Athletics and the Princeton University Federal Credit Union.