AdDU hosts Mindanao Book Fair, aims for increased literacy
Kent Empedrad
28 days ago

Bringing back the joy of reading and bridging social and cultural divides, Ateneo de Davao University hosted a three-day Mindanao Book Fair, organized by Primetrade Asia Inc. and sponsored by the Davao Association of Catholic Schools (DACS). Vice President of Primetrade Asia, Inc., Tinette Capistrano, shared with Atenews that this is the first book fair

AdDU proposes 7% tuition, misc fees increase due to inflation, facilities renovation
Criztia Joy Libago
about 2 months ago

With a high inflation rate of 6.5% as of December 2023, increased government-mandated contributions, and facilities expansion and repair, the Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) proposed a 7% increase in the tuition and miscellaneous fees to meet the expenses estimated in the next school year 2024-2025. Incoming first-year students may expect an increased tuition rate

UITO says intermittent internet connectivity due to equipment mismatch, unauthorized connections
Julianne Kaye Cortez
about 2 months ago

With the inconsistent internet connectivity at the University recently, University Information Technology Office (UITO) Director Fr. Carlos ‘Charlie’ Cenzon, SJ, shared that the combination of new Wi-Fi access points together with new and old switches not communicating well has contributed to the recent on-and-off internet experience. Fr. Charlie explained that the Wi-Fi access points arrived

SCB 2nd sem budget reaches 899k; COMELEC  bears low budget despite elex season
Lancelotte Loriel Piquero
2 months ago

Although the current semester only recorded 7,548 enrollees from the 7,789 enrollees last semester, the Office of the SAMAHAN Treasurer (OST) revealed the total budget allocation for the second semester of the academic year 2023-2024 to be P899,610, higher than the previous semester’s budget. The hike was brought by the forwarding balance of P144,810 from

Dialogue ‘not impossible’ amidst differences—faith reps on MWOP
Alona Grace Ruyeras
3 months ago

Tackling recent peace-related issues and problems encountered by every faith, student participants from different organizations emphasized the importance of dialogue in promoting peace amidst the occurrence of peace-disrupting events, such as wars and genocide. Acknowledging the different beliefs that exist within the country, SALAM-The Ateneo Muslim Society (SALAM-TAMS) president Zaj Hisham Mali said that dialogue


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