Graduation time

“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”  ― Shannon L. Alder   An open letter to the graduates, This is your time. You are about to cross the finish line. I know you shed buckets, if not rivers of … Continue reading Graduation time

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Getting to Know: RIGHTS

  The RIGHTS candidates participated in an interview conducted by Stellaris’ News Editor, Julsen Copete. This interview aimed to inform and introduce the new party list to STELA’s voters.   The candidates under this party running for Governor, Vice Governor, 3rd Year-4th Year Representative, and 4th Year Mayor were Christopher “NASH” Jasmin, Maria Gracia Pacifica … Continue reading Getting to Know: RIGHTS

Getting to Know: DASIG SLU

    The Democratic Alliance of Students for Integrated Governance (DASIG) candidates participated in an interview conducted by Stellaris’ News Editor, Julsen Copete. This interview aimed to inform and introduce the new party list to STELA’s voters. The interviewees under this party running for Governor, Vice Governor, and 3rd-4th Year Representative were Louis Batulan, Chuchay … Continue reading Getting to Know: DASIG SLU

STELA CANDIDATES FACE OFF AT GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE

The STELA SSC, in collaboration with the officers of COMELEC, recently held the annual Gubernatorial Debate last October 3, Tuesday, at the Perfecto AVR. The event lasted from 3 to 5 in the afternoon and aimed to educate the student body about REPORMA, RIGHTS, and DASIG’s respective platforms and capabilities. Noel Fermin, the former STELA … Continue reading STELA CANDIDATES FACE OFF AT GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE

Spectrum of Gold

Some would say that things get better with age. Others, meanwhile, may also argue that age makes life more memorable. Both these reflections were exemplified in the celebration of the Psychology Department of Saint Louis University. To be in a crowd filled with smiles, bursting with laughter, and brimming with life: This is what makes … Continue reading Spectrum of Gold

Vox Sapientiae Held at the Center for Culture and the Arts Theatre

  The STELA Student Supreme Council, in coordination with the STELA Dean’s Office and CCA Staff, held the second annual “Vox Sapientiae” award show last July 8, 2017 at the Center for Culture and the Arts Theatre. The event hosted by Kenneth Dale Villarin and Dreiden Irving aimed to give due recognition to STELA students who … Continue reading Vox Sapientiae Held at the Center for Culture and the Arts Theatre