News and Features Overview

Japanese students complete mobility program

Date Posted: March 18, 2019

Sixteen students from the Nagoya University for Foreign Studies (NUFS) in Japan graduated from a three-week Mobility Program in Adamson in colorful ceremonies held at the Miraculous Medal Garden last March 1, 2019. The program included a short course in English, immersion in offices and communities, participation in university activities, and tours of historical sites. University President Fr. ... Read More

Two AdU students bound for Japan

Date Posted: March 14, 2019

Two Adamson students taking up BSBA Operations Management are bound for Tokyo, Japan under the Adamson University and Teikyo University Student Exchange Scholarship Program. John Peter M. Sumatra and Dara Lorraine I. Botor are the third set of two scholars who will continue their studies at Teikyo University. They signed a MOA with Adamson at the President’s Office Conference Room last Mar... Read More

AdU alumni is new NROTC commandant

Date Posted: March 14, 2019

LCDR Reimon Retaga of the Philippine Navy is the newly appointed commandant of the 246th Naval ROTC Unit of Adamson University. Since assuming his new responsibility in January 2019, he has been overseeing the smooth operation of the university’s ROTC program. Retaga graduated from Adamson in 2000 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. As a student, he was an active officer of the NROTC... Read More

Pagaduan unveils Felt Realities

Date Posted: March 7, 2019

Visual artist Reuben Abaya Pagaduan opened his one-man exhibit at the Adamson University Art Gallery last March 5, 2019. Titled Felt Realities, the exhibit unveiled the artist’s abstract works in mixed media that “firmly establishes his personal concepts and creative philosophies – his relentlessness and inventiveness in the visual arts – in composed and solitary pieces, ... Read More

Three Life-Lessons

Date Posted: Febuary 8, 2019

Speech delivered by Sen. Bam Aquino, Commencement Speaker  Adamson University 32nd Mid-year Commencement Exercises Philippine International Convention Center  January 25, 2019   Magandang hapon sa ating lahat! Bago ang lahat, nais kong magpasalamat sa inyo. Isang karangalan ang makasama kayo sa napakahalagang araw na ito! Maraming salamat sa inyong pag-imbita. Dear Graduates, it... Read More

Celebration for Teachers and Employees

Date Posted: October 10, 2018

October 5, 2018 Readings: Colossians 3:12-17; John 13:1, 4-8,12-15. We celebrate this Mass as a way to appreciate and thank all of you, co-academic and academic personnel for the work that you do for our community. We thank and appreciate you in particular as we consider the circumstances of your work. For some, it could be the demands of teaching courses that your students find difficult to und... Read More

St. Vincent’s docility to the Divine Providence in Realizing Lay Empowerment in Communion with the Clergy and Consecrated Persons.

Date Posted: October 10, 2018

September 27, 2018 1 Corinthians 1:26-31; 2:1-2. Matthew 25: 31-40. Sometime in 1624 Vincent consulted with Andre Duval, his spiritual director. Vincent told Duval about the so many people who attended the popular missions, which Vincent had been doing with some priests for several years now. Madame de Gondi was prodding Vincent to establish a community of missionaries to assure the continuity o... Read More

Br. Henry E. Escurel, CM: Living the consecrated life

Date Posted: April 25, 2018

  The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines has declared 2018 as the Year of the Clergy and Consecrated Persons. Many Catholics commonly think though that the religious ministry is divided into two categories only – the Clergy (Bishops, Priests, and Nuns) and the Laity (the ordinary members of the Church). But there is a ministry that often goes unnoticed and... Read More


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