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If you’ve ever attended a college graduation ceremony, you’ve likely noticed that some students will receive additional titles with their degrees. These titles are known as Latin honors and are cum laude, which translates to “with honors,” magna cum laude, which translates to “with high honors,” and summa cum laude, which translates to “with highest…
High school reunions are a common occurrence in most of the Western world. The United States, in particular, has had a long history of having classes commune near or around the anniversary of their graduation every five to ten years. There’s no clear answer if you’re wondering exactly how often high school reunions are. It…
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Whether you’re wondering about the next stages of your academic career or want to know more about a particular professor, you may wonder what Professor Emeritus means. After all, without knowledge of Latin, the term isn’t self-explanatory. Plus, Professor Emeriti seem to have many of the same responsibilities as regular professors. Simply put, “Professor Emeritus”…