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When two valid principles collide, truth reconciles

Days ago, the incident of alleged gun threat propelled rumors, multiple sides of the story and bent narratives of people who are absent during the incident. The Ateneo administration immediately cleared out the issue by willingly defending the image of the school through an official statement of the University President, …

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Unjustified bullying of legitimate media

When Atenews posted a publication material with a raw image of a middle finger, the thing that was highlighted is its assumed depiction as something that is very “un-Atenean”, or unacceptable, or offensive. Some have raised questions about the quality of the publication and the principles that it upholds. However, …

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LGBT Psychology perspective on SOGIE talk

Diverse set of students engaged in an in-depth discourse on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression, commonly known as SOGIE. Ms. Hadji Balajadia was invited as the key speaker of the discourse which was held at 8th floor Community Center during the activity period last January 19. “LGBT Psychology …

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Kuarta introduced as future Philippine cryptocurrency

Young Entrepreneurs Society (YES) arranged a symposium at Conference Room D of the Community Center last December 6, 2017. The seminar tackled the topic of digital money and introduced the claimed future Philippine cryptocurrency, Kuarta (KTA). The principal speaker at the conference was William Braza Jr., and he explained that …

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B&M Students hold forum about Stress Management

In an effort to assist  their fellow Business and Management students, graduating B&M students of Ateneo de Davao University joint force in organizing Stress Management in a Sales Career, a Sales Management Seminar held last September 26, 2017 at 3/F Ricci Hall, Community Center. The Stress Management Seminar was led …

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Call for Entries: Banaag Diwa 2017

Sexuality. Social Status. Race. Religion. We are in a man-made pyramid – each level, each class, each category defined by stereotypes. As it seeks to raise awareness about this issue, Atenews is now accepting short stories, poems, and photo essays for its annual literary folio, Banaag Diwa. Contributors can now …

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Gov’t holds peace talk in AdDU

“We must dare to dream of a society where we all live in peace.” With that, University President Fr. Joel Tabora, S.J. welcomed the participants of the Peace Talk Campus Tour: An Integrated Forum, Film Showing and Peace Booth Activity held last Sept. 20, at the Finster Auditorium of the …

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