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Pakighinabi calls for unity amid diversity

University Pres. Fr. Joel Tabora, SJ led this school year’s first Pakighinabi session held yesterday, June 21 at the Pakighinabi Room of the newly- inaugurated Ricci Hall Dialogue Center, 3rd floor of the Community Center of the First Companions, which centered on the discussion about the Diversity and Freedom of Religions. …

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Student groups slam tuition hike

Student organizations protested against tuition and other fee increase (TOFI), holding a rally at the Freedom Park, Roxas Avenue last June 16, 2017. In the protest “Youth, Speak Out!” student activists coming from different schools including Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU), University of the Philippines – Mindanao (UP), Assumption College …

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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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Buklat, students tackle issues on enrollment, TOFI

As students clamored over enrollment mishaps and tuition and other fees increase (TOFI), the Buklurang Atenista (Buklat) organized a students’ consultation to discuss and assess the situation on hand. The consultation, held at room C506, was attended by Samahan President John Espino, Samahan Secretary-General Via Gonzaga and Buklat members. Despite …

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AdDU student places 5th in Bar exams

For the 10th time in the 52 years of the Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) College of Law, a student has topped the 2016 Philippine Bar examinations. Justin Ryan Morilla, a 24-year-old student from Tacurong, Sultan Kudarat, placed fifth in what is considered as one of the most competitive professional licensure …

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Justice, human rights highlighted in 5th Philo Rally

Continuing the “celebration of ideas” for five years now, the Philosophers’ Rally last March 11 at the Finster Auditorium featured students who discussed their papers regarding this year’s theme: justice and human rights. After a screening period, ten students were selected to present their papers that talk about various topics …

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Student leaders commemorate CCO Summit 2017

The current batch of student leaders and the incoming officers of different clubs in the university gathered together and culminated the Campus Clubs and Organizations (CCO) Summit 2017 last March 10 and 11 at Martin Hall and F213, respectively. According to incumbent CCO Chairperson Khryzza Mae Pinzon, the event aimed …

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