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USJ-R CAS holds regional research congress, vows to hold more

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Newly-appointed dean of the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), Dr. Glenn Pajares, addressed freshmen students in last June’s Pakighimamat, promising to strengthen the college’s research culture. “Students and faculty [members will] work together to write quality research worthy of publication in international journals,” Dr….

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USJ-R to organize 2-day bloodletting activity

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By Roxanne B. Romares, AB LIACOM intern For two days, Josenians will have an opportunity to save lives by sharing a most precious component of life. This as USJ-R’s Institute of Non-Formal Education and Community Outreach Program (INFECOP) spearheads a two-day bloodletting activity at the university’s main lobby on July…

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Dutch nationals visit USJ-R for cultural immersion

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A group of Dutch nationals with their Filipino guides dropped by the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) for a firsthand cultural immersion and academic exchange with selected Josenian students. Thirteen Dutch nationals, under the Pinoy-Dutch Xplore (PiDEX) program, spent the afternoon of July 18 with Political Science and International Studies…

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Recoletos Routs Cebu Selection, Reaches Finals Again

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Recoletos Coliseum, Basak Campus—The Padres Recoletos of the Order of the Augustinian Recollect (OAR) earned a second trip to the finals in as many years after dismantling the Cebu Clergy Selection (CCS), 96-72, on the second day of the 2nd Missions Cup last July 9. The OAR are seeking redemption…

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OAR owns OSA in Opening Game, 119-81


Recoletos Coliseum, Basak Campus—Seven Padres Recoletos scored in double digits and the Order of the Augustinian Recollects (OAR) cruised to a victory over the Order of St. Augustine (OSA), 119-81 in the opening game of the 2nd Missions Cup last July 8. Rev. Fr. Roland Cepe, the University of San…

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