alumnae alumnae


  • (n) a person who has received a degree from a school (high school or college or university)



  1. Such big-figured talk dismayed most young alumnae-solicitors with modest-salaried brothers and husbands.
  2. Among its best-known alumnae is Eleanor Roosevelt, who studied there in the late '20s.
  3. Among its alumnae: President Kennedy's mother, his sisters Eunice and Jean, and Brother Bobby's wife Ethel.


  1. Two ETBU Professors Earn Their Doctorates

    MARSHALL, Texas (6/10/13)- East Texas Baptist University announces two faculty members, Robin McClaran and Laci McRee, have received their doctorates during the past academic year. The two professors are also alumnae of ETBU.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Gilmer Mirror

  2. Oak Knoll School in Summit alumnae selected to play on national hockey squad

    Pictured here, (from left) Michele Cesan â09, and Teresa Benvenuti â12, were both selected to play on the U.S. Womenâs National Field Hockey Squad.  Oak Knoll alumnae, Michele Cesan ’09 and Teresa Benvenuti ’12, were recently selected to play on...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Independent Press

  3. Holy Angels Academy Community Holds Closing Ceremony

    BUFFALO, NY - For the students, staff, parents, alumnae and supporters of Holy Angels Academy it was described as a truly bittersweet day. More than 700 people took part in a closing ceremony for the 150-year-old girls' college preparatory school which officially shuts down at the end of the month.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: WGRZ-TV Buffalo


  1. "The Ashley Hall Tour of Homes and Gardens grants unprecedented access to some of the most gorgeous homes in the downtown Charleston area. Visitors will enjoy private access while supporting the Alumnae Scholarship Fund," says Barbara Bush,...
    on Jan 23, 2007 By: Barbara Bush Source: Hospitality 1st (press release)

  2. "We've had several women alumnae walk up to us after our performances, and say that this was the first time they really felt included at Yale," says Caroline Minkus.
    on Jun 20, 2010 By: Ludwig Minkus Source: The Hindu

  3. "She was an alumnae of the school who came back to teach. Her daughter was a straight-A student," Duncan said. "She worked with kids after school. She took them to church on Sunday. . . . We're looking for adults to take children under their...
    on Jun 4, 2008 By: Arne Duncan Source: Chicago Sun-Times

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