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An organization representing a liaison between a college or university and the community where it is located.[as modifier] ‘a communiversity theater’
- ‘We speak of diversity on our campus, but the communiversity was even more diverse, with children, students, parents, old people, from all backgrounds.’
- ‘Teams will be deployed throughout the city to guide and encourage people from street corners to communiversities.’
- ‘The Communiversity celebration, which annually brings the town and University together for a day of performances, food, games and more, is planned for noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 29.’
1990s: blend of community and university.
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