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Steps to getting Microsoft Office 365 for free

For those who haven’t grabbed the free Microsoft Office 365 yet, you’re missing out on a lot. Everyone who has an addu.edu.ph email, may you be a student, an administrator or a professor, can avail of the free copies of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access. It …

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The Miguel Pro Study Center’s Array of Amenities

Located at the second floor of the university’s Community Center is the Miguel Pro Study Center. It is named after the Mexican Catholic Jesuit Priest. The facility formally opened its doors to the student body last November 9, 2015 and offered an array of amenities for all students for different …

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9 steps to registering a slot in the university parking facility

  Read more about the newly opened facility and the students’ comments and complaints about it in the upcoming tabloid release. Update 11/11/2015: According to the official twitter account of CCFC, the parking fees are suspended. The parking policies shall still stand however. This issue and temporary solution were raised …

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Enjoying A Cost-Efficient Sembreak

Sembreak’s the checkpoint of the race. It’s the pitstop that students look forward to every academic year, aside the summer break of course. After the four-month long run of the first semester, students will want to leave their stress behind and brush off the academic struggles on their shoulders. The …

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7 Steps to Free Microsoft 365

Just last week, Technical Services Office tweeted: We’ve got Blue Knight pride. We’re giving every student free Office to help them be their best. http://t.co/ZVWx4ExZwC — TSO-ADDU (@AdDU_TSO) June 15, 2015 You read it right. All students, administrators, and professors (everyone who has an @addu.edu.ph email) can get free copies …

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Surviving the 7:40 culture

Photo by Jason Lee Even Katniss Everdeen might not want to volunteer as tribute when it comes to going to school 7:40 AM sharp. For most Ateneans, it’s more than the Hunger Games, it’s Game of Thrones. Everyone’s dead even before the semester ends. And by dying, we mean being …

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