As of press time, the partial and unofficial results of the 2017 Silliman University Student Government (SUSG) elections show that standard-bearers of the Concerted Action for the Upliftment of Student Endeavors (CAUSE) Party, Allison Ladero and Marc Manaban, are leading the race for president and [READ MORE]

Bacolod-based dance company stages De-Ling

TO KICK OFF Cultural Arts Council’s 54th cultural season, Bacolod-based dance company “Dance Pull Project” performed a contemporary dance entitled “De-Ling” last Feb. 10-11 at the Claire Isabel McGill-Luce Auditorium. De-Ling is a full length contemporary dance based on the artworks of [READ MORE]

The Art of Speaking Words

Robert Frost once remarked, “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” From Joyce Kilmer’s best-known work entitled “Trees,” the rich blend of words and creativity never perishes as time flies by, and this combination is greatly appreciated by [READ MORE]

Alumna holds pre-Valentine’s Day concert

AN ALUMNA OF Silliman University (SU) College of Performing and Visual Arts (COPVA) performed in a pre-Valentine concert entitled “Songbird: An Affair to Remember” last Jan. 27 and 28 at the Luce Auditorium. Katrina Marie Saga took a degree in music major in voice and became a faculty member of [READ MORE]

Aesthetic Plastic Wear

Plastic’s durability makes it very useful for humans. However, its slow decomposition process greatly harms the environment—especially when animals unintentionally eat some of its particles. Plastic is the common piece of litter we see around us—may it be on sidewalks, buried deep in the [READ MORE]