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alumnus in College topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalumnusa‧lum‧nus /əˈlʌmnəs/ noun (plural alumni /-naɪ/) [countable] formal 🔊 🔊 SECa former student of a school, college etc
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alumnusDelta has an integrated system with capabilities for student administrative functions such as scheduling, grading, attendance and alumni development.Change of this sort is probably what some administrators, cadets and alumni feared all along.The following information about Birmingham alumni has been collected from recent news reports.For many City College alumni, it was.One Foxfire alumnus put it this way: Somehow I learned to write more creatively as a result of Foxfire..Whenever she hits town, she enjoys picking with Rozum's fellow Summerdog alumnus Peter McLaughlin.And that alumnus helped seal the deal.In studying their alumni fund-raising campaigns, administrators found female graduates had fewer ties to their alma maters.