Climate action, justice highlighted in 1st Ecosummit

Giving light to the urgency of responding to climate injustices, acclaimed speakers of Ecosummit 2020: 1st National Youth Environmental Forum, emphasized the importance of building environmental awareness among the youth to heed the call for climate action. In the virtual forum held last December 12... Read More

Julia Alessandra Trinidad January 13, 2021
  • SCB 2nd sem budget reaches 1M due to low expenses last sem

    Carrying over almost 75 percent of last semester’s P650K budget, this semester’s SAMAHAN budget reached a million pesos, SAMAHAN Treasurer Rona De Castro presented during the budget hearing last Saturday via Zoom. The balance forwarded last semester was 487,507 pesos from a budget of 653,100...Read More

  • Art groups initiate comt’y projects as pandemic continues

    As local art struggles to be more sustainable during the pandemic, local Cebu artists become more dependent on artist-run initiatives in integrating art to community life. “The non-reliance on a systematic function of art institutions helped local artists to cope up with the challenges in...Read More

  • UP prof: Life’s worth realized, not found

    Discussing the importance of knowing one’s purpose in an online convention, University of the Philippines (UP) Mindanao Creative Writing and Literature teacher Jhoanna Lynn Cruz asserted that Ikigai is “realized” and not “found” due to the latter’s two implications. The term “Ikigai” is a Japanese...Read More

  • Panag-ambit headlines Mindanao Week of Peace

    Aiming to put an end to violence and safeguard the marginalized, the Ateneo Office of Social Formation (AOSF) launched Panag-ambit, a celebration of this year’s Mindanao Week of Peace (MWOP), last November 26. ‘Panag-ambit’ is a Cebuano word defined as ‘ communion’ or the act...Read More

  • Tests sched issue resolved as Tabora rescinds AVP memo, apologizes for admin’s faults

    Following almost a week-long outcry from the student body, University President Fr. Joel Tabora, SJ grants appeals against rescheduling examinations earlier to December 2020 and apologizes for his administration’s shortcomings. In a dialogue Monday morning between the central administration and SAMAHAN, Tabora rescinded Academic Vice...Read More

  • No appeals will revoke December tests sched, AVP says

    Amid students’ social media clamor against the recent Office of the Academic Vice President (AVP) memo rescheduling final summative assessments (FSAs) earlier to December, AVP Gina Montalan confirmed yesterday afternoon that no appeals would revoke the decision. In Memorandum No. 2020-19 released by her office...Read More