Thousands flock to Sto. Domingo Church during the Feast of La Naval de Manila. Devotees and members of Dominican institutions pay homage to the image of Our Lady of La Naval by joining the grand procession.
The Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA), Assoc. Prof. Cristina Castro Cabral, PhD., encouraged students to ‘be engaged’ as she gave her opening remarks for the celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week.
The elevator that serves the St. Vincent Ferrer Building is under investigation by the Engineering, Buildings, and Grounds (EBG) due to its lost Land Operating Panel (LOP) or the ‘service button’ which is causing inconvenience to the students and employees of the Colegio.
The newly Recognized Student Organization, Association of Visual Arts (AVA) in Letran to inspire students to explore their creative side in traditional and digital works through arts.
The demolition of the Blessed Antonio Varona Gymnasium is making its way towards the construction of the Letran Quadricentennial Building which will be inaugurated on November 2020.
During the Harapan last March 11, an accusation of alleged lost money created a negative view of the current Letran Student Council.
Collegiate students and alumni were gathered at the Colegio’s Salon de Actos as the Letran Commission on Elections (Comelec) proclaimed the winners for the LSC Elections 2019 on Tuesday, March 12.
In a resolution released by the Letran Student Council (LSC) in January, a special set of qualifications for the Executive Board was ratified to come up with more opportunities for the candidates in the 2019 LSC Elections.
Along with Filipino subject professors, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences held a student consultation on the removal of Filipino courses in post K-12 curricula, last January 23 at St. Thomas Hall.
Many people view human rights as a set of moral principles that applies to everyone. However, human rights are relevant to all of us, not just those who face mistreatment or repression.