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Pulling at the roots

When the Spanish went searching for the island of Moluccas in the early 16th century, their journey led them to stumble upon a group of islands in Homonhon. The natives of these islands which would soon become the Philippines mainly spoke four dialects such as the Visayan, Kapampangan, Ilocano and …

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Univ opens new SY thru mass

  The Our Lady of Assumption Chapel was fully-packed last Thursday, June 15, 2017 as teachers, staff and students came to attend the first Eucharistic celebration of the school year. The holy mass was presided over by Fr. Joel Tabora, SJ. During the Mass, he urged the mass-goers, especially the …

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Mktg students hold inmate handicraft exhibit

Various handicrafts and sculptures made by prison inmates were displayed at the Rodriguez Hall last March 1, 2017 as students from the classes of Social Marketing and Professional Selling consolidated their efforts to create the Davao Penal Colony Handicraft Exhibit. Products in the exhibit ranged from sculptures of Buddha, St. …

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Marketing students exhibit inmate-made crafts

Various handicrafts and sculptures were displayed at the Rodriguez Hall last March 1, 2017 as students from the classes of Social Marketing and Professional Selling consolidated their efforts to create the Davao Penal Colony Handicraft Exhibit. Products in the exhibit ranged from sculptures of Buddha, St. Michael, Virgin Mary, horses, …

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SS dragons dominate 3rd Utakan Spelling Bee

Justinne Mavvis Suyo of the Social Sciences (SS) Dragons outlasted 8 other teams from different divisions on her way to clinch the win in the recently concluded 3rd Utakan Spelling Bee event of the Festival of Excellence held last Feb 22, 2017 at room J301 of Ateneo de Davao University. Suyo …

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TOFI consultation leaves students unsatisfied

A number of students expressed their dismay over the second Tuition and Other Fees Increase consultation held last Feb. 6 at the Conference Room D of Ricci Hall. During the consultation, which was attended only by the University Treasurer Jimmy Delgado and his assistant, students raised inquiries about the allocation …

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SBG Week 2017 opens

To celebrate the opening of the 2017 SBG Week, students and faculty from the different courses of the School of Business and Governance (SBG) gathered at the Arrupe Hall last Jan. 23. With the theme “AdDU SBG in Mindanaoization: Enabling Change, Fostering Inclusive Growth”, SBG Dean Jenner Chan, DBM emphasized …

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Mindanao Week of Peace advocates unity

The Ateneo community as a collective group should develop a culture of peace in the Philippines. This was the main message emphasized by Al Qalam Executive Director Datu Mussolini Sinsuat Lidasan during the opening of the Mindanao Week of Peace, saying that the event can help overcome prejudices and aid those …

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Kalasag launches 30th Awitenista competition

Students flocked to the Arrupe Hall as the 30th Awitenista soft launching commenced last Nov. 9, 2016 During the activity period, onlookers and bystanders were greeted by music from the various performers of the event that included the previous participants and potential performers for this year’s event. Awitenista is the …

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Nursing students enjoy leadership forum with Fayloga

Graduating nursing students convened last Oct. 5 in Room F613B for a leadership forum with a theme, “Sui Generis: New Breed of Leaders for Service.” SAMAHAN Moderator Lunar Fayloga was the speaker of the said forum. He stressed the importance of the qualities and characteristics that the Ateneo leaders needed …

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