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AdDU opens College Fiesta with a Mass

The Ateneo de Davao University officially opened this year’s school fiesta with a mass, which started at 8:00 am at the San Pedro Cathedral. The mass was for the celebration of the solemnity of Our Lady of the Assumption- the patroness of the university. Presiding priest Fr. Jose Gabriel T. …

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CCO launches Club Fair 2012

The Campus Clubs Organization officially launched its annual week-long CCO Club Fair on July 25 during the activity period at the Thibault Hall. Despite the rainy weather, the different clubs and organizations in the University paraded from Dotterweich Park all the way to the Thibault Hall. The program began with …

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FYR elections go automated

The first automated First Year Representatives (FYR) elections took place at the Thibault grounds near the Internet reservation area last July 12- 13 and at the AdDU Matina Campus on Saturday in line with the first ever First Year Day. The system of selecting the FY representatives was patterned on …

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AdDU hosts tribute for Archbishop Emeritus Capalla

A tribute was given to Most Rev. Fernando R. Capalla, D.D., Archbishop Emeritus of Davao last June 18 at the Finster Auditorium of the Ateneo de Davao University. The event was attended by students, faculty members, the Jesuit community and some religious leaders from different congregations. The program started with …

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Dumago resigns from office

Last night, Atenews received an insider report from the SAMAHAN Central Board saying that SAMAHAN President Aldwin Dumago will resign from the office. Just this morning, Mr. Dumago confirmed his resignation through Facebook. Some of his friends and colleagues from SCB posted their appreciation of his rendered service and leadership …

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Gina Lopez brings insights in mining

Ms. Gina Lopez, currently the Managing Director of the ABS-CBN Foundation, paid a visit to the Ateneo de Davao University last August 20 to promote the Save Palawan Movement. The promotion of the said movement was held at the Finster Auditorium and attended mostly by students, environmentalists, and school administrators. …

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