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Author: Klein Emperado

“Time to Shine”

Exactly sixty-nine ago, Foundation University (formerly Foundation College) was founded bearing the aspirations and vision of Dr. Vicente G. Sinco whose dream was to provide equal opportunities to education for every Filipino youth. In January 28, 1969, the university status was granted to the institution by the Department of Education. “Education is an experiment and we create certain methods to accomplish results. We are not afraid to try and to fail. And if we succeed, we work on those. With failure, we fix the things that are broken,” shared University President Dean G. Sinco on his view on developing...

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“Technological Advancement: Is it Beneficial or Harmful?”

By Joel D. Eumague Jr. In this new era of civilization, many humans have brought changes and innovations that open doors for a new and fruitful beginning of fresh knowledge which slowly conquer the world. Many inventors and innovators have invested their time and expertise in introducing superbly reliable and advanced high-technology products and inventions that will help renew the world. These inventions have gained popularity among young citizens the world over. Technological Advancements have played a vital role in the world economy today and it has left a notion that life is almost impossible without. Since, it has...

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Alumni to Gather by Dec 1

The Foundation University Alumni Association, Inc. is set to hold the annual grand alumni homecoming on December 1 at the Sofia Soller Sinco Hall. Dubbed as “Panaghiusa,” the event aims to bring together and reunite alumni across generations for fellowship, merrymaking and celebration in time for the Kasadyaan Festival – which is slated the following week. On that same day, the Outstanding Alumni Awards will also be conferred to deserving and qualified individuals. According to Febby Marton Rule, the University’s Alumni Relations Officer, the event will be held in the afternoon and will begin with the registration. The event...

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FU Hosted 2 Int’l Students for Social Impact Consulting Program

Two international students from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Harris School of Public Policy were hosted by the Foundation University College of Business Administration during the first installment of the Social Impact Consulting Internship from June 24 to August 24. The first team of consultants are as follows: Misha Berrien (Master of Public Policy) and Mariana Botero (Master of Public Policy and Master of Business Administration) along with Greena Cesa C. Pesalbon and Jennie T. Banagua, Master of Business Administration students of Foundation University. Earlier this year, the University sent an invitation to the University...

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