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ALUMNUS, civil law. A child which one has nursed; a foster child. Dig. 40, 2, 14.

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Regardless how an alumnus is defined, all of the admissions officers interviewed agreed with the general sentiment expressed by Webb (1989) who wrote that, "alumni constitute perhaps the greatest single resource on which an institution can depend" (p.
God forbid some alumnus waste his money on Jerry's Kids or the Salvation Army.
Consider the response of the alumnus who said, "I haven't heard from you for 25 years, and when I do, you're asking for money
was named the distinguished corporate alumnus of 2006 by the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
That s exactly what happened to a UC San Francisco School of Medicine alumnus two years ago during UCSF s Alumni Weekend festivities.
golf tournaments, presentation of the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year Award, etc.
Looking back as an alumnus, I believe that it is imperative that students are in the marketplace networking," Maurizi says.
Glendale High School alumnus Barbara Canady, a former school librarian, looks at photographs of two of the buildings that have housed high school classes over the years.
The MCPHS College Medal is awarded periodically to an alumnus or friend of the college who has made extraordinary contributions to both the institution and the communities it serves.
We got a message back from an older alumnus who thought that while several of the brochures were very good, he really disliked the MBA brochure.
Toluca Lake resident Stephen Cooley, head deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County's Welfare Fraud Division, is this year's California State University, Los Angeles, Outstanding Alumnus.
Wallin, a Graziadio School alumnus and Vice President of Newport Beach-based retained search boutique O'Shea, Divine & Company.