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Thank you for the welcome and I will just keep this to see what it is all about. Just an note, yesterday I was editing an article and the first time the edits I attempted to make disappeared when I went to do the see but don't save yet button and then when I attempted to do the same again after doing the changes the second time I got onto someone's "talk" page? Does this type of malfunction happen often? Have a good weekend. TYTaikomochiyarichin (talk) 20:22, 28 March 2014 (UTC)

Students, alumni and graduates[edit]

There seems to be some confusion about these three terms. A student would be any one that is currently enrolled therefore it is redundant to state "current student". An alumni would be any one who is not currently enrolled even after taking just one class session. It may not be much of a track record for many that attending one class would make one an alumnus but alumni should not be confused with the receiving of a degree which would be a graduate. Some one can be an undergraduate student, graduate student or PhD. candidate. So, of you use student to indicate someone is currently enrolled (or one of the more specific levels of student) that would be more specific to indicate that someone is currently enrolled. If you use alumni to indicate that someone has been enrolled but is not currently then that would better represent the status of their educational activity and of course use of that person's educational level with the appropriate projected degree to which they are working.