Veteran journalist, PR guru to hold MassCom lectures

by Jameela I. Mendoza | Editor-in-Chief   Communication experts will discuss fake news, defending democracy and technological development in communication in two separate lectures at the Audio-Visual Theater, Aug. 24. Silliman University (SU) College of Mass Communication (CMC) alumnus, Adlai [READ MORE]

5 SUSG ExeComs temporarily stop operation

By Chrisse Martha B. Gillesania | News Writer   Five of the 18 Silliman University Student Government Executive Committees (SUSG ExeComs) were temporarily banned to operate after their appointed chairpersons and vice-chairpersons failed to submit requirements on the deadline set by the [READ MORE]

18 Sillimanians pass Social Workers Board Exam

By Chrisse Martha B. Gillesania | News Writer     Eighteen Sillimanian University graduates passed the Social Workers’ Licensure Examination given last July 25-26. The university’s overall passing rate is 69.77, while the national passing rate is 49.96 percent. According to the [READ MORE]

TUKOD revives booth fest spirit

By Nathan Angelo B. Cruz | News Writer   Student organizations opted to build their booths first-hand for the Hibalag Booth Festival at the Ravello Physical Education Field. This year, Silliman University Student Government Committee on Student Organizations (ComSO) implemented a new set of [READ MORE]

SU Faculty launches English and Filipino textbooks

by Nathan Angelo B. Cruz | News Writer   Faculty members from the departments of English and Filipino launched textbooks “Retorika: Sining ng Mabisang Pagpapahayag,” “Panitikan sa Iba-Ibang Rehiyon ng Pilipinas,” and “Purposive Communication” at the Ausejo Hall grounds, Aug. 1. [READ MORE]