Bernie is a fabulous writer I have long admired, a model McGill alumnus, and a new friend.
The fact that the government employee in question is a McKinsey alumnus does not allay any of my concerns.
She says she met Cosby, a Temple alumnus and big-time donor to the university, in November 2002.
The celebrated nanny college counts as its most famous (if fictional) alumnus Mary Poppins.
Randle Phelps, a Las Vegas developer and alumnus, said he canceled his $150,000 pledge.
He was an alumnus of the university, and had been appealed to to enlarge the opportunities of his Alma Mater.
He is an alumnus of Dartmouth of '87 and of Boston University, department of medicine, of '90.
Both of these journals are published by private corporations, as was the alumnus at first.
But the work of the Association and its officers has not stopped with the alumnus.
Dr. Stookey was an alumnus of Coe of the class of 1884, the first class to be graduated after Coe became a college.
1640s, from Latin alumnus "a pupil," literally "foster son," vestigial present passive participle of alere "to nourish" (see old), with ending akin to Greek -omenos. Plural is alumni. Fem. is alumna (1882), fem. plural alumnae.