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Feb
02

ADVISORY: Silliman Ready to Admit All Grade 12 Graduates into College

In compliance with pertinent directives of the Commission on Higher Education, Silliman University will admit into its college programs all Grade 12 graduates regardless of…

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Feb
02

Alumni Updates (January 29-February 4)

Silliman graduates continue to be in demand as the current needs of the global electronic market has prompted Cebu Mitsumi, Inc. to conduct on-campus recruitment…

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Feb
02

Berlin-Based Artists Explore “Colors and Lines of Dumaguete”

“What are the colors and lines of Dumaguete?” Ms Christine Falk and Mr. Alfred Banze, artists from Berlin, Germany, explored this theme in their art-making…

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Feb
02

140 Administrators Attend PEAC Seminar-Workshop

Some 140 school administrators from around Region 7 were on the Silliman campus for the first roll-out of the Institute of Private Junior High School…

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Feb
02

Marina Mission Clinic Completes Health Training for New Barangay Partner

The Silliman University Marina Mission Clinic (SUMMC) has completed it series of health-related seminar-workshops for a core group composed of women in a barangay in…

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Feb
02

Civil Society Supports Embattled Journalists

In the run up to the 2016 presidential election, a journalist working for the Central Luzon TV in Pampanga received the following death threat: “Good…

By Mark Garcia | News
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Jan
26

ADVISORY: Silliman Tuition in School Year 2018-2019

For two consecutive school years, the tuition and fees in Silliman University have remained unchanged. These were when the country commenced the implementation of the…

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Jan
26

Short Course on Peace Processes Highlights Mindanao

The Master in Peace Studies (MPS) program is administering a short course on Peace Processes focusing on Mindanao from January 22 to 27. It features…

By Mark Garcia | News
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Jan
26

Violent Attacks Still Threaten Filipino Journalists – AIJC Report

Violent attacks continue to plague Philippine journalists and the crimes go unpunished because government protection mechanisms are ineffective and the legal system is dysfunctional, according…

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Jan
26

Alumni Updates (January 22 – 28)

Sixty-six student assistants assigned to the different academic and non-academic units in Silliman received a total of P178,296 under the Special Program for Employment of…

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