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March away

March away

Literary, Liyab
By FATIMA B. BADURIA You marveled at the Arch the first time you saw it.  It was a rather long walk from España to St. Raymund’s, but you loved the stroll beneath the trees. The day before, the thought of doing that had been surreal. The pulse in your chest became as quick as your pace; before you knew it, you were outside your classroom. As you pushed the door open, you could not help but smile. You saw faces you have only seen in pictures. You liked the campus grounds even more when they were lit in various colors at night.  It was a surprisingly warm night in December, perhaps because of the crowd. You have never seen the field so full of people. You never liked crowds, but your friends were close, and there was music. Everyone was singing and laughing, and so were you. ...
AB to hold graduation rites in three different schedules

AB to hold graduation rites in three different schedules

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by KAREN RENEE S. NOGOY THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) will be holding face-to-face solemn investiture rites this year on three different schedules as pandemic restrictions ease. "This is to inform you that the Solemn Investiture this AY 2021-2022 will take place on June 10-11, 2022 at the Quadricentennial Pavilion. Due to the pandemic, we shall have three schedules for the different programs," the Office of the Dean said in a memorandum dated May 20. Graduating students from the Communication and Journalism programs will hold the ceremony on June 10 at 7:00 a.m. Graduates of batches 2020 and 2021 will also attend the event. The two previous batches held their graduation rites virtually in July last year as mass gatherings were still prohibited then. The solemn invest...
UST approves on-site graduation rites in June

UST approves on-site graduation rites in June

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By DAWN DANIELLE SOLANO and MATTHEW DAVE JUCOM  UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATORS have approved the conduct of in-person baccalaureate mass and graduation ceremonies for the three pandemic-affected batches this June, the Office of the Secretary-General said.  “I am happy to announce to you that the University Crisis Management Committee and the other offices, including the academic units, have already approved the in-person graduation and Baccalaureate mass, “ Secretary-General Rev. Fr. Louie R. Coronel, OP  said during a mini-press conference with some student newspapers in UST on Saturday. The graduation will cover members of batches 2020, 2021 and 2022. The Baccalaureate Mass will be held on June 3 to 4. The Faculty of Arts and Letters is set to have the graduation on June 10 to 11...