the alma mater

the alma mater

  (American)
the official song of a school, college or university We ended our class reunion by singing the alma mater.
See also: alma, mater
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Small and Simple: While predominately cash gifts are typically small, requiring little involvement, they can still be strategic donations, with benefits for both the donor and the alma mater.
SMI has been the alma mater of the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah as well.
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We'll sing the alma mater, cut the cake, sing the fight song, release a bunch of balloons and then everyone will cheer Hart to victory over Moorpark,'' Calzia said.
Vancouver--On November 23, 1999, the pro-life students' Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) display was destroyed, trashed, and vandalized by three pro-abortion student leaders from the Alma Mater Society (AMS: student society at University of British Columbia).
He was recently awarded DePauw's highest honor, the Old Gold Goblet, an annual award for "eminence in life's work and service to the alma mater.
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who goes to Plant High, the alma mater of Trojans wide receiver Mike Williams.
On November 23, 1999, a pro-life display at the University of British Columbia (UBC) which had been up for three hours with the permission of the administration, was ripped to shreds by three hooligans from the Alma Mater society.
Roosevelt is also the alma mater of former USC running backs Mike Garrett and Lynn Cain.
Prosser (6-foot-2, 200 pounds) is from Morse High School in San Diego, the alma mater of USC free safety Rashard Cook.