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    Paulinian Psychology Circle’s Gift to Psychiatric Patients
    Christmas is the season of giving. The St. Paul University Manila-Psychology Program, through its co-curricular organization, Paulinian Psychology Circle (PPC), in collaboration with Paulinian Shutters’ Club (PSC), organized its Christmas Gift Giving to the psychiatric patients of the National Center for Mental Health (NCMH) Male Chronic Pavilions and the University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital (UP-PGH) Psychiatry Ward-Inpatient. This was held on December 21, 2022, at 10:00 AM (NCMH) and 02:00 PM (UP-PGH).
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    SPC Philippine Province Reaches out to Polillo Townsfolk

    Living out the motto, Caritas Christi Urget Nos, the SPC Philippine Province reached out to the people in Polillo, Quezon, who were adversely affected by Typhoon Karding.

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    TYPHOON KARDING HITS SAN MIGUEL; SPC PHILIPPINE PROVINCE CALLS FOR HELP

    Fortunately for the NCR, Typhoon Karding changed course and did not hit Metro Manila. It did hit other places in Central Luzon, including San Miguel, Bulacan, where we have a sister school.

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    SPU MANILA DONATES ARMCHAIRS TO TIPO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    Contributed by Elvie Manalansan

    On September 21-22, 2022, two dump trucks from the Provincial Engineering Office of Bataan hauled 523 used armchairs from SPU Manila to bring to Tipo Elementary School (TES) in Hermosa, Bataan. The armchairs were distributed to 12 classrooms and provided
    seats to 523 pupils of the said school.

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    ALUMNI IN THE NEWS
    Atty. Agnes Torres-Devanadera, High School 1866, BSC 1970, was recently appointed Acting Chief of the Clark Development Corporation, according to a report from the Philippine news Agency: President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has designated former Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) chairperson Agnes Devanadera as acting head of the Clark Development Corporation (CDC), Malacañang announced on Saturday.