Another gain once again for the Institute of Communication (ICOMM) as Communication majors brought home an award at the Indie Un-Film Festival last July 21 at the Br. Andrew Gonzales Hall, De La Salle University.
Students of the Institute of Communication (ICOMM), for years, have been widely recognized for their quality and values-oriented productions despite it only being outputs for their academic requirements.
Colegio de San Juan de Letran - Manila reached a 31.58 percent passing rate in the May 2018 licensure examinations for certified public accountants, with 18 passers from a total of 57 examinees.
Letran Rector and President Fr. Clarence Victor Marquez, O.P. released an open letter, today, May 15, to condemn the ruling of the Supreme Court justices to grant the quo warranto petition ousting Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno last Friday.
In order to promote the rights of women and protect them against any form of human rights violation and discrimination, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, spearheaded by the Letran Chief Librarian Ms. Carolyn R. De Jesus and the Director of Engineering, Buildings, and Grounds (EBG) department Prof. Ma. Nancy Balasan, celebrated the International Women’s Week (IWW) last March 20-23 amidst class suspension over transport strike.
If you have the passion, commitment, and the willingness to write for the students, drop by at CL3, St. Vincent Ferrer Bldg, on April 11 and 12. Examinations will start from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the said dates.
Last March, the 19th National Student Convention of Electrical Engineering Students (NSCON), a three-day event of activities for electrical engineering students from various schools in the country, was held inside the campus of Letran.
As the on-going issue regarding Letran’s tuition fee hike next year baffle the minds of many people, the Colegio’s administration called a meeting together with several student representatives, and parents to finally address how the fees for Academic Year 2018-2019 will work next semester.
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.