Xavier Ateneo ready for online learning

While other universities in Cagayan de Oro are still in the process of preparing for modified learning this school year, Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan already started classes last July 6. 

Xavier Ateneo, following CHED COVID19 Advisory No. 7 dated 24, May 2020, opened SY 2020-2021 for Higher Education Colleges and Basic Education (Grade School, Junior High and Senior High) last 06 July 2020 (03 August 2020 for Law and Medicine) using full online education and will implement Cautious Return to On-Campus Learning, if and when government allows.… Continue reading... “Xavier Ateneo ready for online learning”

Flexible Learning is Key for Underserved Students

PHINMA Cagayan de Oro College

(This is our third in a series on what students, parents and the general public can expect when school opens next month for some of Cagayan de Oro’s Universities and Colleges)

Things are going to be a bit different when students of Cagayan de Oro’s four universities resume classes next month.… Continue reading... “Flexible Learning is Key for Underserved Students”

FLEx@Liceo U: Scaling the heights with Flexible Learning

Things are going to be a bit different when students of Cagayan de Oro’s four universities resume classes next month.

Dr. Alain Marc P. Golez, Liceo U President

“Education should be all-inclusive,” said Dr. Alain Marc P. Golez, Liceo U president. “We have reshaped our learning management system through flexible learning to help our students continue their education with minimal distractions from health protocols mandated by the global pandemic which is crucial to their attainment of quality education.”Continue reading... “FLEx@Liceo U: Scaling the heights with Flexible Learning”

Capitol University – Preparing for the opening of classes under the New Normal

Things are going to be a bit different when students of Cagayan de Oro’s four universities resume classes next month.

In fact, when classes on all levels at Capitol University resume on Monday, August 3, 2020, there will be practically no students coming in through the gates of their main campus at Corrales-Osmena Ext and satellite campus at Gusa.Continue reading... “Capitol University – Preparing for the opening of classes under the New Normal”

Oro’s Nic Aca joins Virtual GO ON International Performance Art Festival Online

As the separation between public and private changes, the space of the alleyway begins to take on new meanings and serve new functions.

The laneway; or side street, alley, back street, or byway comes to represent that transitional space between the home and the street, between the crowded main routes and the safety of isolation off the beaten path.… Continue reading... “Oro’s Nic Aca joins Virtual GO ON International Performance Art Festival Online”

Eating History with Cucina Higala’s Mindanao Heritage Packed Meals

Mindanao’s first and so far the only restaurant which celebrates the island’s heritage cuisine, is taking a bold new step to introduce the  heritage and history of its menu to more people.

Originally conceived as a  showcase for Mindanao’s heritage Filipino dishes, Cucina Higala is showcasing its signature flagship dishes in an affordable, easily transportable package gourmands can enjoy in the safety and comfort of their own homes and offices.… Continue reading... “Eating History with Cucina Higala’s Mindanao Heritage Packed Meals”

How Philippine Mahogany helped win the War for the Allies

Actually, we’re paraphrasing US President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s remarks in a 1964 interview with author Stephen E. Ambrose when he said, “Andrew Higgins is the man who won the war for us.”

But first, to recall the serendipity which brought us to Andrew Higgins. As a group of friends dedicated to putting Cagayan de Oro City on the world map of World War II history for the small but significant role it played in General Douglas MacArthur’s Breakout from Corregidor to Australia on March 11-17, 1942, we were all fascinated by the PT Boats that brought the general, his family and general staff safely through the Imperial Japanese Navy blockade.… Continue reading... “How Philippine Mahogany helped win the War for the Allies”