Alma mater is an allegorical Latin phrase for a university or college. In modern
usage, it is a school or university which an individual has attended. The phrase is
Alma mater definition, a school, college, or university at which one has studied
and, usually, from which one has graduated. See more.
College Alma Mater. RAISE SONGS TO BOWDOIN Words by K.C.M. Sills, Class
of 1901. Music by C.T. Burnett Revised lyrics by Anthony Antolini '63
In the 1960s, many area colleges began replacing their traditional alma maters
with more original tunes. A professor and student at Wofford wrote a new alma ...
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Define alma mater: the school, college, or university that someone attended —
alma mater in a sentence.
Proudly we sing of college halls, gracing a hilltop high. Proudly our tower and
ivied walls point to an azure sky. And may that spirit long remain, bringing ...
President Katherine Bergeron and her husband, Butch Rovan, took the
Connecticut College Alma Mater and updated it for the season. In this lively R&B
But the brook that bounds thro' old Union's grounds. Gleams bright as a Delphic
water, And a prize as fair as a god may wear. Is a dip from our Alma Mater.
Jan 10, 2013 ... I was wondering whether alma mater refers to all the schools you have been ... It
is usually used to describe a school or college from which an ...