Midterms can be a harrowing stretch of time for any college student, more so the final exams each semester. Sometimes, it requires all-nighters and countless cups of coffee to just even get a passing grade for some of the more difficult classes.
Ah, February… every couple’s happiest time of the year, and every single person’s bane of all holidays, but at Colegio de San Juan De Letran, even if you have a lover, heartbroken, or in a situationship, you can most certainly feel the love around the campus.
A new metaverse social software trending for the past week has been taking users by storm with its amusing features to keep everyone hooked and connected in the online world – Bondee. With over five million and counting users, ranking number one top free social application in Google Play Store and App Store, one cannot deny that Bondee has officially carved its presence in the current generation.
The Collegiate recognition recognized students across disciplines, recognizing both Academic and Non-academic awards as well as the induction of RSOs and CPAGs for the S.Y.
The recently concluded Binyag Arriba with a theme "Binyag Arriba 2022: 100% Fresh!" has been a successful and fulfilling one. With freshmen gracing the four corners of the Colegio, they have been able to witness the lives of being a Letranite on the two days of August 4 and 5, 2022.
The wheel of education must not stop from moving forward thus it will always find its ways and directions for it to go on.
Opening the month-long festival is Colegio de San Juan de Letran’s Teatro de Letran (TDL) who lifted up the crowd from their comeback’s live stage play entitled, “Piladelpiya, Hirrr Ay Kammm!” at the Rizal Park Open-Air Auditorium last July 23, 2022.
The COVID-19 pandemic has proven itself a significant challenge to the education system as schools struggle to teach students in a remote setup. With the easing of restrictions, academic institutions began preparing for face-to-face classes and hybrid learning.
Angat Buhay NGO: with hopes and aims to fight poverty in the Philippines, while transforming communities through garnered helping hands.
The capital city of the Philippines—Manila, celebrates its 451st founding anniversary today, June 24. Manila is a melting pot of various cultures and the nation’s center of economy, governance, and commerce. Manila Day, otherwise known as Araw ng Maynila, is an annual celebration of chock-full of activities which includes talent competitions, concerts, beauty pageants, and large food feasts.