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BM Vipers wins over SSE Dragons

Business and Management Vipers won against the Social Sciences and Education Dragons for the Female Basketball Division during this year’s Palarong Atenista Finals, finishing the game with a score of 36-29. The Dragons were ahead of the Vipers with the help of their team captain Crezbell Orito, ending the first …

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Humanities bags Star Search 2011

Ms. Jizelle Formilleza from the Humanities Division triumphed in Star Search 2011 that was held at AdDU’s covered court last night. Singing with the songs Conga and Habang May Buhay, the AB-MC 1 student shined her way to become the champion of the said event. “Thankful ako kasi more than …

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CEA tops Group Dance Showdown

Beating of the drums. Students cheering. A sense of sportsmanship among the 9 divisions in the atmosphere. This was the scene inside the Covered Court of Ateneo de Davao University a few minutes before the Group Dance Showdown began. Each division had four representatives to show what they got in …

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Ateneans parade in colors

Students and faculty members in colorful props, costumes and floats filled the streets as Ateneo de Davao University celebrates its annual College Fiesta Parade. The participants gathered at People’s Park at 7am and prepared for the event, which routed from People’s Park at Palma Gil Street all the way to …

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Ateneo Fiesta opens with Marian Procession

The opening of the school fiesta was marked with a Marian Procession organized by the Campus Ministry together with the Ateneo Inter-Religious Organizations. Students walked from the Open Field to the Covered Court. It was followed by the Holy Eucharist in honor of our Lady of the Assumption that was …

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Classes Commence on June 8

New university President Fr. Joel Tabora SJ announced on Friday the postponement of college classes to June 8. Delay in the enrollment process prompted the SAMAHAN Central Board to lobby a proposal, on moving the beginning of the classes, to the Office of the President which the latter approved through …

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