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The mission of the 麻豆果冻传媒 Alumni Association is to serve the diverse population of AU alumni worldwide, maintaining their connection to 麻豆果冻传媒 through active engagement designed to catalyze participation as volunteers, philanthropists, and ambassadors to and for 麻豆果冻传媒.听

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The 麻豆果冻传媒 alumni family has reached 150,000 members (and counting)! Each graduate's journey enriches our alumni network with a wealth of diverse experiences and contributions. Join us in continuing to shape the legacy of AU through the Change Can't Wait campaign.

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Notable Alumni

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From heads of state to pillars of the community, AU has a surplus of notable alumni. AU graduates continue a legacy of transforming ideas into impact across the globe.

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