Silliman Website Restored!

ADVISORY: Access to Silliman Website Restored Direct access to the Silliman University website has been restored, after it was hacked late last year. Our team was able to locate and eliminate the contaminated files. With the help of our partners in Google, the malware warning was lifted. We [READ MORE]

Sea Crisis

George and Peter Lines’s M/V Zamboanga Ferry fails to dock at Dumaguete City Port due to strong winds and waves brought by Tropical Storm Auring early this 9AM. The ship was reported to have journeyed from Zamboanga City. As of post time, a total of 228 passengers and 62 crew members were [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]

‘Emotions via social media spark revolution’ – Ressa

by: Samantha L. Colinco   EMOTIONS, PUMPED UP by social media, triggered crucial events such as the Arab Spring, the London riot and the Occupy Wall Street movement, said journalist Maria Ressa in a lecture last Nov. 16. “Every single dot on a [digital] map like this is a person. And every [READ MORE]