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  • SONO
    SPU Manila honors women and the arts at CASE’s SONO event
    In celebration of the National Arts Month in February and the National Women’s Month in March, various organizations from SPU Manila organized “SONO: Pagkilala sa Sining at Marka ng Kababaihan sa Lipunan,” a project that aimed to commemorate and honor women and the arts through a series of talks, as well as an art exhibit participated in by several Paulinian students from different departments.
  • SPU Manila Library
    One Click Away!—SPU Manila launches e-library ODILO
    It is so exciting that Paulinians are now introduced to ODILO, your e-library that is one click away! It is a database platform that organizes ebooks, audiobooks, and other learning resources into one place. The company is from Spain and it offers proposals to various schools, including SPUM. It is a project by the SPC Education Ministry under the ONE SPCEM project, and it has now made its way into our dear institution.
  • YouMeNista
    HUMSS’ “YouMeNista” returns for its third year
    Students from the Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) track of the Senior High School Department are often overlooked and stereotyped. But the Grade 12 HUMSS students of St. Paul University Manila aim to change that narrative by showcasing what a HUMSS student can do, one post at a time through “YouMeNista,” a culminating project and social initiative.
  • Astronomy Week 2023
    Philippine Astronomical Society collaborates with SPU Manila for 30th National Astronomy Week
    The 30th National Astronomy Week, spearheaded by the Philippine Astronomical Society (PAS), Inc., was held in St. Paul University Manila on March 4, 2023. This year’s theme was “Breaking Barriers in Philippine Astronomy: Overcoming Adversity for a Better and Sustainable Development,” which aimed to educate and tackle the importance of research and discoveries that contribute to the sustainability of life here on earth through Astronomy.
  • Paulinians were part of the EDSA Revolution.
    Present day Paulinians will be proud to know that some Paulinians were part of the EDSA Revolution.
    June Keithley (HS 1965) is remembered for her role in the People Power Revolution of 1986, when she became the voice of EDSA on Radyo Bandido and called on the Filipino people to come to EDSA. Fr. James B. Reuter, SJ, Chaplain of St. Paul Manila, who had discovered June as the star of SPCM’s production of The Sound of Music, was again with her, proud that the star material had not faded and was being put to the best use for God and Country.