The Letran Community welcomed the delegates of the Lumad Tribe last October. The week-long visitation is part of the latter's project—the Bakwit School. The visitation was initiated by the Save Our Schools Network.
After the Letran Knight Jerrick Balanza’s successful brain tumor operation, the Letran Alumni Association seeks to fund his post-operation expenses.
Letran Community Volunteers promote sustainable practice of reducing waste through a “Bring Your Tumbler to School Day: A Reduce-Waste Campaign.”
Trying her best to speak in Filipino, Sr. Patricia Fox spoke out on various issues she encountered while she is in the Philippines, during the Fr. Pedro V. Salgado, O.P. Conference held at St. Thomas Hall.
The war between the Radiant and the Dire will finally transpire inside the walls of Letran, as the OSWD together with the Letran Student Council introduces E-games in the annual event.
First and second placers Melvin Bernardino and Eljhon Capili, as well as their co-passers, were given a celebration and rite of recognition on Friday, September 7 for their achievements in their respective board exams.
The Colegio honored their recent topnotchers of Nutritionist-Dietitian board exams and Electrical Engineering board exams through a thanksgiving day, on Friday, September 7.
The Colegio will be celebrating a thanksgiving event titled, ‘Full of Grace.’
Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III thanked Letran after the Letran Alumni Association (LAA) recognized him during the Grandes Figuras 2018, last August 30.
The Guidance and Counselling Office familiarizes the new breed of Letranites with their services through an orientation entitled “Survival Skills 101: Becoming the toughest Letranite.”