Town-gown fun at Communiversity

Some 35,000 campus and local community members packed the streets of downtown Princeton and the University’s front campus for Communiversity on April 25. Attendees enjoyed performances, food, games and more at the annual town-gown festival.

Communiversity photo set
(photos: Denise Applewhite)

Clockwise from top left: the Communiversity crowds moved between the front campus and downtown to partake in the day’s activities; University student-athletes offered encouragement to a local youngster at a football clinic; local resident Eileen Azzara and her son Anthony examined the T3 Motion Personal Transport vehicle used by Luke Miller, a patrol officer with the University’s Department of Public Safety; and the University’s Davis International Center sponsored a procession of students bearing flags of their home countries, which began on Nassau Street and culminated on the steps of Nassau Hall.