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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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University denounces death penalty thru protest

The Ateneo community condemned the re-imposition of death penalty through a peace protest “Noise for Life” at the Roxas gate, March 8. Representatives from different student organizations, namely Buklurang Atenista (Buklat), Pinag-isang Lakas ng Samahan ng mga Progresibong Atenista (Piglasapat), Bahaghari, Arrupe Social Formation Office, Student Council Association of the …

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Pag-inunongay 2017 celebrates excellence in film with MUGNA

A celebration of the Mindanao youth’s cinematic caliber in the form of the MUGNA Film Festival culminated the Ateneo de Davao University’s Arts Month celebration, Pag-inunongay 2017, at the Finster Auditorium last March 3. Mindanawon Ug Nasudnong Adbukasiya (MUGNA) Film Festival aims to promote film appreciation, strengthen artistic excellence in …

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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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Students discuss cultural sensitivity thru forum

Students and faculty from the Social Sciences and Humanities & Letters clusters gathered at the Finster Auditorium, last Feb. 27,  for the Cultural Sensitivity on Language Forum. Jess Montajes, university program officer for Culture and the Arts, shared the rationale for the event. “It is to put much emphasis on …

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