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The Center for Innovative Learning Programs (CILP) plans to offer accredited undergraduate degrees online through the launching of the online course program FLEXI, under the Academy of Continuing Education (ACE),

Diversity isn’t discredited as much as it was decades ago. The ever-growing potential of our understanding, learning, and interaction has paved a great way to embrace the differences amongst us.

Former Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Gina Lopez with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the Philippines Management Support Unit Team Leader Luisa Lim-Jolongbayan spoke at the

In a memo addressed to the academic community dated April 12, University Registrar Paulino Gatpandan announced the new schedule for the Baccalaureate Mass, which will now be held on June

The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administrative Services (OVCFAS) replaced Joseph Server & Associates (JSA), Inc. and Citybest Janitorial & General Services with Diar’s Assistance Inc. as

Raising the level of discourse amid the ongoing debate on the proposed shifting of the government system to federalism, the Political Science Program Council (PSPC), together with the College of

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It was a dark day for Philippine journalism when the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revoked online news outlet Rappler’s

Kabilaang pag-usbong ng mga gusali mula sa dati’y payak na palayan; biglaang paglatag ng konkretong kalsada sa dati-rati’y pulos

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