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College of Arts and Sciences historian and playwright Dr. Paul A. Dumol received the prestigious Rizal Award from the National Historical Commission (NHC) in Calamba City, June 19.
Five women artists—three of whom are part of the University—lent their visions of a “Beautiful World” in an exhibit so-titled, which opened last February 3 at the Hanns Seidel Hall and went on display until February 17.
Students from Mandarin classes under the Asia Pacific Studies program and members of the student Filipino-Chinese organization Fu prepared performances for festivities for the Chinese New Year, which is believed to be the start of an auspicious Year of the Water Dragon in Chinese folk culture.
Nine corporate buildings joined the first Belenistas de Ortigas, an outdoor créche design competition to light up the streets of Ortigas Center this holiday season.
This year’s Eucharistic Procession might seem just like any other in the past, but each occasion is truly singular in the way souls are moved to pray and give thanks.
In this video, UA&P alumni and faculty, broadcaster Mike Enriquez, Ambassador of Spain to the Philippines Jorge Domecq, and Rev. Bishop Gabriel Reyes of the Diocese of Antipolo who attended the screening have all good things to say about the movie.
Tix to Philippine screenings of director Roland Joffe’s ‘There Be Dragons’ will help fund the UA&P Cooperative and Scholarship Program.
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