The video "Beyond FitzRandolph Gate" features 10 Princeton graduating seniors who made an impact on the world outside of campus before their undergraduate years came to a close at this year's Commencement ceremony. Among the students featured is Alexandria Brown (above), who tutored middle school students in Trenton, N.J., through Princeton Academic Curriculum Tutoring, which is part of a civic internship program by the University's Center for African American Studies.
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Video feature: Commencement 2012: Beyond FitzRandolph Gate
Posted June 7, 2012; 12:00 p.m.
As they prepared to exit FitzRandolph Gate for the last time as Princeton undergraduates at this year's Commencement ceremony, members of the Class of 2012 reflected on how their experiences beyond campus were an integral part of their time at the University.
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In the video "Beyond FitzRandolph Gate," 10 students discuss a range of endeavors from study abroad to community service that shaped their undergraduate years at Princeton.
Full coverage of Commencement 2012 — including a story, photos and additional videos from Princeton's graduation events — is available online.