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  • The Power of Voices: Paulinian Journalists Attend Pandayan 2024
    The pulse of Paulinian Journalism beat stronger than ever as The Paulinian (TP) hosted “PANDAYAN: In-house Campus Journalism Workshop and Press Conference” at the Founders’ Hall on April 13, 2024. Paulinian journalists and publication advisers from different SPC schools—St. Paul College Balayan, St. Paul College Island Park, St. Paul College of Bocaue, St. Paul College of Makati, St. Paul College of Parañaque, and St. Paul University at San Miguel—eager to sharpen their journalistic prowess and potential, attended the one-day workshop.
  • SPUM an accredited TESDA Assessment Center
    SPUM an accredited TESDA Assessment Center
    St. Paul University Manila’s Center for Continuing Education is now an accredited TESDA Assessment Center and offers various assessments.
  • SPUM Joins SMEC Research Congress
    SPUM Hosts the Vietnamese Catholic Community and Joins SMEC Research Congress
    St. Paul University Manila hosted the vibrant celebration of TET 2024, the Lunar New Year, as the Vietnamese Catholic Community in the Philippines gathered at the SPUM quadrangle and on February 22, 2024, the 6th SMEC Research Congress was opened.
  • SPUM undergoes PAASCU Re-Accreditation Visits
    SPUM undergoes PAASCU Re-Accreditation Visits

    St. Paul University Manila underwent re-surveys of its various academic programs on 21-22 March and 25-26 April 2024.

  • SPUM Joins the Nation in Remembering EDSA 1
    SPUM Joins the Nation in Remembering EDSA 1
    Filipinos should still commemorate the 1986 EDSA People Power revolution even though its anniversary this year was not listed as a holiday by Malacañang, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) said yesterday. According to Ian Christopher Alfonso, officer-in-charge of the NHCP’s research, publications, and heraldry division, Filipinos should remember and honor the uprising that ousted dictator Ferdinand Marcos Sr. and forced his family into exile.