studentry

studentry

(ˈstuːdəntrɪ)
n
rare students collectively
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In the same year, Marcos' heirs finally got their wish for funeral honors for their 'hero,' which those who were imprisoned and tortured during martial law, along with civil society, the academe and the studentry, did not take sitting down.
Morales said that the honors given lately to the university reflect that of collective effort and teamwork of all officials, teaching and non-teaching personnel and the studentry as well.
Here are a few unattributed examples of your colleagues' state-or-the-art wordcraft: instructionism (instruction), studentry (student body), microdote (a small anecdote), rulified (made subject to rules), interventionized (forced to change), digitaling (anyone's guess), otherize (to make other), and my favorite, launderize (to wash clothes).
Miriam has decided to work through her strengths--the studentry, mga bata and on the social media," Marcos told reporters in an interview.
And not only has it the country's largest studentry on its rolls but it solely caters as well to the education needs of the surging populace of the impoverished and the poor that makes up the polity's bulk.
For academic institutions, the faculty force is salient in optimizing educational resources for an outstanding studentry.
A friend, writing a book about Harvard, puts the studentry at roughly a quarter Jewish and a quarter Asian--half the school from 8 percent of the population.
But the militant studentry was not content with fighting for sectional interests and short-term objectives.
The continuing harassment of CEGP officers and members and other student publications by the military is clearly a State-calibrated assault to sow fear among them and the entire studentry, in pursuance of President Duterte's counterinsurgency program, Oplan Kapayapaan, which encompasses psywar, combat and intelligence.
The shift now is to go into health because we believe that healthy studentry can afford to be an intelligent population.
The state has to step in vigorously to reorient the educational systems to inculcate a bubbling sense of moderation and tolerance in the studentry and modernise the religious education of madrassas for their pupils to be as well versed in sciences and languages as in religious subjects.
Nothing could be more critical to our success in this fight than our collective action, with support from the whole studentry.
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