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.
With hopes of improving the quality of the policies, despite various initiatives of the Colegio for ISO Certification, the determination to achieve the accreditation is evident in the eyes of the people behind the measures.
In celebration of Zero-Waste Month, the Engineering Buildings and Grounds through Dr. Nancy Balasan and Mr. Willy M. Sentinta, initiated a talk on zero-waste management to bring awareness on environmental issues, last January 24 at Del Pillar Hall.
Along with the celebration of the Feast of Immaculate Conception last December 8, 2018, the Letran DomNet Youth Group (LDYG) together with their adviser Asst. Prof. Manuel Zamora, Jr. joins Pilgrimage 2018 entitled “Vade Mecum: Walk with Me” with a goal of instilling prayer as a means of recollecting and a way to communicate with God.
The Colegio hosted a film showing on December 3, 2018, at the St. Thomas audiovisual room to start the Dominican Month for Peace 2018.
Despite failing to nab the title, the Letran Singing Ambassadors (LSA) managed to reach the semi-finals portion of the MBC National Choral Competition 2018 last December 4 at the Aliw Theater in Pasay City.
The official collegiate publication of the Colegio appointed its new Editor-in-Chief last December 20.
Another mark has been made by Institute of Communication (ICOMM) as Majica Productions through their film ‘Takip Sining’ attains yet another finalist status at the 4th Singkuwento International Film Festival.
An advent mass was held at the Colegio Chapel on December 20, 2018 in the morning attended by the Letran community from students of all levels, together with administrators, faculty and non-faculty employees of Letran.
One primary asset of an institution is its faculty. They play a major role in forming, developing and sustaining academic excellence and good quality education that the Colegio promised to its students.