Paulininan Dance Troupe, the official dance organization of St. Paul University Manila, conquered the stage and bagged the championship title during the first Metro Manila Athletic Conference (MMAC) Street Dance Competition held in the SPU Quezon City Gymnasium on April 2, 2017.
In culmination of their Communication Management and Entrepreneurship class, fourth year AB Mass Communication (ABMC) students conducted a series of events in celebration of Communication Festival (ComFest) on October 25- 26, 2016 in SPU Manila.
The College of Business and Management (CBM) Pep Squad managed to continue their reign in the annual University Week Cheer Dance Competition with their Greek gods and goddesses-inspired routine, putting a 5-peat win in their record.
It was a day of celebration on January 25, 2017 as the SPU Manila community gathered in the Fleur-de-lis Theater for the Service Awards 2017 to recognize the employees who have been serving the institution for several years.
Songs and dances were featured in the Concert at the Park, which marked the launching of the 105th anniversary of St. Paul University Manila, in the Open-Air Auditorium, Rizal Park on January 22, 2017.
Rooted in the theme, “Pamilyang Paulino: Isang Biyaya Ngayong Pasko,” the annual Christmas celebration of St. Paul University Manila, more popularly known as Paskong Paulinian, exemplified the five Paulinian Core Values: charity, charism, community, commitment to mission, and Christ-centeredness, through its gift-giving project, the Paulinian Voice, and Christmas Tree Making Competition, on December 8, 2016 at the University quadrangle.
Dynamic Communication (DyCom) is a three-day training program especially designed by the International Relations Office and Language Development Center (IRO-LDC) for graduating Paulinian students who are about to proceed to their On-the-Job Training (OJT) and also for those who are going out of the country for Exchange and Exposure Programs to enable them “to act correctly, relate confidently and communicate dynamically” in both local and multi-cultural settings.