With the blaring of a drumline in the backdrop, a visibly famished LJ Bisco met the embrace of fellow-party members as he stepped off from the stage, fresh from battle. The scene was, at once, celebratory;meanwhile, not more than five-feet away Aksyon Alyansa Letranista (AAL) members, old and new, stood imposingly atop the forum proper, as partisans for his AAL took their photographs. Virtually all of his companions had donned red for the occasion, and Mr. Pantua gave, if only to the untrained eye, a considerable veneer of confidence.
For Letran’s budding writers, it was a chance of a lifetime.
Today’s society faces a lot of challenges, may it be personal conflicts and even the battles we fight on our own. Through the passing days, mental illness has been an alarming issue that raises the concern of many groups and individuals.
Students from the College of Business Administration and Accountancy once again brought good products to the Colegio as they kicked-off yet another Negosyo Letranista at the St. Thomas Grounds last December 11-14.
Hues of blue, pink and violet vibrantly welcomed students of the Colegio in another successful color fun run organized by the College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA). Runhueknighted is definitely one of the most anticipated events in the Quadricentennial celebration. Runners from different departments including faculty, alumni and guests participated in the run.
Years later, the annual Paskong Arriba experience remains to be the highlight of every Letranite’s stay inside the Colegio. This year's theme, ‘Luces Brilliantes,' which translates to bright lights, captivated Letranites by various ways the Colegio has shown the true spirit of Christmas.
The Colegio prides itself on being able to produce students who excellently raise the flag of Letran higher by acing the annual board exams. This is why on the evening of December 13, a testimonial dinner for board passers and topnotchers was held at Hotel Jen in Pasay city.
With numerous activities, colorful festivities, and entertaining programs that are surely one for the books, the Colegio opened yet another grandiose Quadricentennial Celebration as it enters its second phase titled “Tantos Hombres y Mujeres Ilustres Formar (Forming Many Illustrious Men and Women)” last November 24-29.
In order to raise awareness about the effects of urbanization in rural areas, the Letran Community Volunteers (LCV) and the Center for Community Development (CCD) conducted a seminar about the indigenous people and their rights last January 10 at the Mabini Hall.
It will be a trying task, but these are the stories we want to hear.