Council controversies GLC ‘on hold’ due to financial restraints; opening session set on February 7

Bicol University (BU) - University Student Council (USC) Internal Vice Chairperson Mark Kenneth Salcedo says that unresolved financial matters and decisions outside the council’s control drove the General Legislative Council (GLC) and succeeding sessions to a temporary halt.

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Council controversies GLC ‘on hold’ due to financial restraints; opening session set on February 7

Bicol University (BU) - University Student Council (USC) Internal Vice Chairperson Mark Kenneth Salcedo says that unresolved financial matters and decisions outside the council’s control drove the General Legislative Council (GLC) and succeeding sessions to a temporary halt.

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AIDS OF SPADES: Unraveling the Power of Knowledge and Acceptance on HIV and AIDs Awareness

While there are available vaccines and trials for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) to alleviate the increasing number of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDs) patients, there is no remedy yet that can treat the looming stigma in the country. This posits that while there is a fight to lessen if not end the HIV and AIDs cases in the Philippines, there is an attached societal disease that needs to be treated similarly.

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LETHAL COMETS: THE CONFLICT BETWEEN ISRAEL AND PALESTINE

In a place where hopes, dreams, and lives were once bound now stands a land riddled with terror, horror, and death. Images that harshly portray mass extinction seemingly reduce countless lives into mere numbers. Endless attacks that silence screams and howls consume people with grief and fear. As unrecognized bodies painted with ash gray and red continue to grow in numbers, the heart of the Holy Land now mirrors hell. One would assume that the current conflict between Israel and Palestine started on the morning of October 7th, but in retrospect, it has been taking place for almost a century. The Islamist militant group Hamas, which translates to Islamic Resistance Movement, launched a surprise attack on Israel on October 7 during the Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah. As hundreds of people died and were wounded, the state of Israel declared war on the Gaza Strip, a place which is populated by almost two million Palestinians.

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The stories of untold victors: '23 NSCUAA Bicolana 4th placers

In the recently concluded 2023 National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (NSCUAA) Games held in Tarlac, Bicol displayed adamant poise, bagging numerous medals in chess, swimming, and athletics. As remarkable as it may sound, behind the glory and praise of our medal-bearers are Bicolana women, who were a notch away from adding up to the region’s medal tally. Stepping into the spotlight of these near-medal achievers, here are the battle-for-bronze stories of Bicolana athletes who, despite confronting formidable pre-tournament obstacles, sported their prowess and stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the finest athletes in the country in the 2023 NSCUAA Games.

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Bicol spikers faze powerhouses prior to '23 NSCUAA exit

Coming from an underwhelming placement in the 2018 National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (NSCUAA) Games with a short preparation time this year, revamped Bicol volleyball teams still imposed a scare on high-ranked regions, Calabarzon and Western Visayas, during the 2023 NSCUAA Games.

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Council controversies GLC ‘on hold’ due to financial restraints; opening session set on February 7

Bicol University (BU) - University Student Council (USC) Internal Vice Chairperson Mark Kenneth Salcedo says that unresolved financial matters and decisions outside the council’s control drove the General Legislative Council (GLC) and succeeding sessions to a temporary halt.

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Nebres confirms no laude policy change in revised student handbook; Admin to establish Taskforce AI for academic honesty

Bicol University (BU) President Dr. Baby Boy Benjamin III D. Nebres assures that the revision of maintaining grades for latin honor candidates will not push through as the university student handbook undergoes review after four years.

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AIDS OF SPADES: Unraveling the Power of Knowledge and Acceptance on HIV and AIDs Awareness

While there are available vaccines and trials for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) to alleviate the increasing number of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDs) patients, there is no remedy yet that can treat the looming stigma in the country. This posits that while there is a fight to lessen if not end the HIV and AIDs cases in the Philippines, there is an attached societal disease that needs to be treated similarly.

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LETHAL COMETS: THE CONFLICT BETWEEN ISRAEL AND PALESTINE

In a place where hopes, dreams, and lives were once bound now stands a land riddled with terror, horror, and death. Images that harshly portray mass extinction seemingly reduce countless lives into mere numbers. Endless attacks that silence screams and howls consume people with grief and fear. As unrecognized bodies painted with ash gray and red continue to grow in numbers, the heart of the Holy Land now mirrors hell. One would assume that the current conflict between Israel and Palestine started on the morning of October 7th, but in retrospect, it has been taking place for almost a century. The Islamist militant group Hamas, which translates to Islamic Resistance Movement, launched a surprise attack on Israel on October 7 during the Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah. As hundreds of people died and were wounded, the state of Israel declared war on the Gaza Strip, a place which is populated by almost two million Palestinians.

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The stories of untold victors: '23 NSCUAA Bicolana 4th placers

In the recently concluded 2023 National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (NSCUAA) Games held in Tarlac, Bicol displayed adamant poise, bagging numerous medals in chess, swimming, and athletics. As remarkable as it may sound, behind the glory and praise of our medal-bearers are Bicolana women, who were a notch away from adding up to the region’s medal tally. Stepping into the spotlight of these near-medal achievers, here are the battle-for-bronze stories of Bicolana athletes who, despite confronting formidable pre-tournament obstacles, sported their prowess and stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the finest athletes in the country in the 2023 NSCUAA Games.

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Bicol spikers faze powerhouses prior to '23 NSCUAA exit

Coming from an underwhelming placement in the 2018 National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (NSCUAA) Games with a short preparation time this year, revamped Bicol volleyball teams still imposed a scare on high-ranked regions, Calabarzon and Western Visayas, during the 2023 NSCUAA Games.

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AIDS OF SPADES: Unraveling the Power of Knowledge and Acceptance on HIV and AIDs Awareness

While there are available vaccines and trials for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) to alleviate the increasing number of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDs) patients, there is no remedy yet that can treat the looming stigma in the country. This posits that while there is a fight to lessen if not end the HIV and AIDs cases in the Philippines, there is an attached societal disease that needs to be treated similarly.

LETHAL COMETS: THE CONFLICT BETWEEN ISRAEL AND PALESTINE

In a place where hopes, dreams, and lives were once bound now stands a land riddled with terror, horror, and death. Images that harshly portray mass extinction seemingly reduce countless lives into mere numbers. Endless attacks that silence screams and howls consume people with grief and fear. As unrecognized bodies painted with ash gray and red continue to grow in numbers, the heart of the Holy Land now mirrors hell. One would assume that the current conflict between Israel and Palestine started on the morning of October 7th, but in retrospect, it has been taking place for almost a century. The Islamist militant group Hamas, which translates to Islamic Resistance Movement, launched a surprise attack on Israel on October 7 during the Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah. As hundreds of people died and were wounded, the state of Israel declared war on the Gaza Strip, a place which is populated by almost two million Palestinians.

The stories of untold victors: '23 NSCUAA Bicolana 4th placers

In the recently concluded 2023 National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (NSCUAA) Games held in Tarlac, Bicol displayed adamant poise, bagging numerous medals in chess, swimming, and athletics. As remarkable as it may sound, behind the glory and praise of our medal-bearers are Bicolana women, who were a notch away from adding up to the region’s medal tally. Stepping into the spotlight of these near-medal achievers, here are the battle-for-bronze stories of Bicolana athletes who, despite confronting formidable pre-tournament obstacles, sported their prowess and stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the finest athletes in the country in the 2023 NSCUAA Games.

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Council controversies GLC ‘on hold’ due to financial restraints; opening session set on February 7

Bicol University (BU) - University Student Council (USC) Internal Vice Chairperson Mark Kenneth Salcedo says that unresolved financial matters and decisions outside the council’s control drove the General Legislative Council (GLC) and succeeding sessions to a temporary halt.

Nebres confirms no laude policy change in revised student handbook; Admin to establish Taskforce AI for academic honesty

Bicol University (BU) President Dr. Baby Boy Benjamin III D. Nebres assures that the revision of maintaining grades for latin honor candidates will not push through as the university student handbook undergoes review after four years.

Bicol spikers faze powerhouses prior to '23 NSCUAA exit

Coming from an underwhelming placement in the 2018 National State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (NSCUAA) Games with a short preparation time this year, revamped Bicol volleyball teams still imposed a scare on high-ranked regions, Calabarzon and Western Visayas, during the 2023 NSCUAA Games.

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The Bicol Universitarian Endorses Dr. Ofelia Samar-Sy For BU President

Today, the decision of the Board of Regents (BOR) on who will be the next Bicol University (BU) president will be unveiled. For the most part, this decision will be a choice between widening the institution’s lens on the protection of student rights and concerns or mirroring the previous administration’s lack of progressive actions. Read our endorsement letter:

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