Dean of Students supports construction of gender-inclusive CRs

Chrisse Martha B. Gillesania | News Writer SILLIMAN UNIVERSITY (SU) Dean of Students Edna Gladys Calingacion affirmed her support for the conversion of some comfort rooms (CRs) in the campus into gender-inclusive ones during an interview with the Weekly Sillimanian (tWS) last Aug. 30. This was [READ MORE]

SSAD reveals first 8 Honors Hall residents

by  Edna Lhou P. Masicampo | News Writer   The Student Scholarship and Aid Division (SSAD) has chosen three senior high school students and five freshmen college students as the first residents of the Rolando Villanueva Del Carmen (RVDC) Honor Hall. The eight students are Hannah Ricci [READ MORE]

SU produces 27 new PTs

By Chrisse Martha B. Gillesania | News Writer   Silliman University (SU) produced 27 new Physical Therapists (PTs) in the PT and Occupational Therapy Licensure Examination held Aug. 11 and 12 at Cebu and Manila. SU’s passing rate is 96.43 percent or 27 out of 28, exceeding the national [READ MORE]

Model, bloggers talk on social media influence

By Micah Althea A. Gemeniano | News Writer   Social media users can use their platform to promote social change, said Julian Rodriguez, one of the social media influencers at the second Silliman University Digital Summit at Luce Auditorium, Aug. 13. With the theme “Blazing a Trail through [READ MORE]

Minority’s minority

By Compiled by Jameela I. Mendoza | Editor-in-Chief   Although Filipinos are familiar with known Indigenous Peoples (IPs), like tattoo artist Apo Whang Od from the Kalinga tribe and the Bajau “sea gypsies” known to be genetically adapted to diving, many IPs still remain unknown to many, [READ MORE]