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Sillimanians place in world cup

By Jelanie Rose T. Elvinia THREE FRESHMEN FROM Silliman University (SU) bagged slots at the Indoor World Archery Cup in Singapore last Dec. 6. Cyra Hillditch from the College of Arts and Sciences, Marie Crizabelle Merto and Schenitte Mharie Tingas filled the 4th, 5th and 9th slots respectively. [READ MORE]

New library section to honor FVR

By Nova Veraley V. Grafe THE PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY section will be launched on the first floor of the Silliman University (SU) Main Library. University Librarian Lorna Yso said that the university administration has ordered them to move the Cyber Library to the third floor as they prepare the ground [READ MORE]

SU scores below national passing rate

By Ma. Josebelle S. Bagulaya FOR THE FIRST time, Silliman University (SU) posted lower than the national passing rate in the November 2012 Civil Engineering Licensure Examination with only 12 out of 30 making the cut. The 40% passing rate is slightly lower than the national passing rate of 41.41% [READ MORE]

New info office makes SU accessible

by Elana Joy Bartlett A NEW INFORMATION office has been erected in place of what once was a waiting shed situated near the Katipunan Hall. The office will be manned by campus ambassadors, to answer inquiries about the school. “There is no other office that can cater to visitors,” Engr. Edgar S. [READ MORE]

US Embassy Sponsors ‘Writing from the Heart’ Workshop

From the Office of Information and Publication The Embassy of the United States of America in Manila is sponsoring a creative writing workshop for selected students from around Dumaguete City on November 27 to 29 at the Sidlakang Negros Conference Hall. Dubbed “Writing from the Heart”, the [READ MORE]