Edinburgh rewrites the history books
Titles are clearly not the university's strong point. Among famous graduates, David Hume is wrongly given a knighthood and Malcolm Rifkind is deprived of his. "Lord" David Steel would be so called only if he were the son of a peer. There is a pedantic effort at distinguishing "alumni" from "alumnae", "even if in Latin there is not one word for both", which, customary use of gender endings apart, there is.
The examiners' mark can only be gamma with a touch of delta.