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Long live our college spirit!
Long live Mrs. "Science and Democracy"!
Together, let's push our Japanese
civilization to the leading position again!
Long live my alma mater!

(It was not written by me. But I am interested in how you native English speakers will improve its grammar)
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Hi,

Long live our college spirit!
Long live Mrs. "Science and Democracy"!
Together, let's push our Japanese
civilization to the leading position again!
Long live my alma mater!




(It was not written by me. But I am interested in how you native English speakers will improve its grammar)

Since 'our' is used earlier, perhaps it might be better to say 'our alma mater'. However, the grammar's not bad.

But Mrs. "Science and Democracy" seems an odd phrase. What does it mean? Why is 'Mrs.', which identifies a married woman, used?

Best wishes, Clive
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Thank you Clive.

I guess that the writer thinks Science and Democracy is a graceful lady. Like a patriot calls his country as her, as a lovely girl.