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  • n. Plural form of undergrad.

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Examples

  • Although it has been on MySpace since October, this past week has seen a flood of articles and posts about the satirical song by two University of Wisconsin undergrads who rap about longing after a stereotyped Jewish woman, called a Coastie — basically a JAP by another name.

    2009 December « The Blog at 16th and Q

  • Actually the number of current New Jersey undergrads is 741.

    Maureen Price Tillman: A Welcome Feeling at the University of Michigan Spectrum Center

  • Tom Friedman, fresh off being pied by some undergrads, is back with a vengeance and calling out Hillary and McCain:

    Balloon Juice » 2008 » April

  • And, I received a UPS box filled with cookies and a thank you note from one of my best and brightest undergrads from the last two years.

    La Profesora Abstraida

  • In many ways the YA lit course I teach to college undergrads is a course in reading.

    And if you're not

  • "Music Theory" as it's taught to undergrads is such a misnomer, I sometimes think they only hang on to the name to give actual Theory majors nominally relevant TA experience.

    The Skills to Pay the Bills

  • Cairo University has 180,000 undergrads, which is astoundingly --

    CNN Transcript Jun 4, 2009

  • Medinet, through which our caravan had to pass _en route_ to camp, much to the ribald joy of smart, silk-robed Egyptian "undergrads" who strolled hand in hand along the broad streets near the University.

    It Happened in Egypt

  • Above all, that one of the gay little Henley town, the carriage-crowded bridge, the noble river reach, the giant poplars, which mark the critical point of the course -- the roaring column of "undergrads," light blue and dark purple, Cantab and

    Tom Brown at Oxford

  • It was kind of rare considering there were 50,000 undergrads which is why I always liked to avoid the other shame walkers on Saturday mornings.

    Chicago Reader

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