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For the past two and a half months, we have taken a look back at the University of the East’s more than seven-decade journey—from her humble beginnings via two rented rooms along Dasmariñas Street in Manila into the sprawling University that it is today, covering a campus each in two Metro Manila cities. While most...
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The Covid-19 pandemic brought the country and the world to a standstill—the Philippines going through various forms of quarantines and lockdowns, resulting in interactions’, including classes’, migration to online platforms. To adapt to this so-called new normal, the University of the East launched Flexible UE Learning (FUEL) in 2020, to keep offering formal education despite...
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The University of the East held a ceremonial groundbreaking for the construction of the new Lualhati Building, located behind the Santiago F. Dela Cruz Building in UE’s Manila Campus, on September 25, 2017, UE’s 71st Foundation Anniversary. The Lualhati Building (the architect’s rendition of which is seen above), will stand 10 floors tall, and will...
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The UE Dawn, the official student publication of the University of the East, traces its roots to the Business College Journal, a newsletter conceptualized and conceived by then Philippine College of Commerce and Business Administration (PCCBA) student Howard Q. Dee (who would, later on, become the Philippine Ambassador to the Vatican). In 1947, the journal...
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As part of the government-mandated basic education upgrade into the K-12 curriculum effective school year 2016-2017, both the Manila and Caloocan campuses of the University of the East welcomed a total of 5,127 Grade 11 enrollees as part of UE’s pioneer batch of senior high school students on June 20, 2016. The University had prepared...
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The University of the East College of Computer Studies and Systems (CCSS) was officially designated by the Commission on Higher Education as a Center of Excellence in Information Technology Education in early 2016. Specifically, this official designation came via CHED Memorandum Order No. 07 Series of 2016, signed by then CHED Chairperson Patricia B. Licuanan,...
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The Dr. Lucio C. Tan Building, UE Manila Annex, the newest and latest University of the East edifice to be named after UE’s Chairman and CEO, was inaugurated on December 8, 2014. It became the new home of the UE College of Dentistry, one of the country’s finest dental colleges and producer of countless exceptional...
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In 2012, the University of the East Red Warriors Fencing Teams completed a historic sweep of the Men’s, Women’s, Boys’, and Girls’ Division Championships of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Season 75 Fencing Tournament, held specifically on December 11 to 14, 2012, at the Philsports Arena, Pasig City. The Warrior Fencers won...
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With the increase in enrollment in the 2010s at the UE Elementary and High School Department (EHSD)-Caloocan (now the UE Basic Education Department-Caloocan) and the forthcoming K-12 update to Basic Education, there was a need for new infrastructure to house the UE EHSD. This led to the construction of a brand new building on campus,...
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With the advent of social media, communication and promotion shifted to a different platform—the means of interaction among people and the exchange of ideas and information taking place in virtual communities and networks. On August 1, 2010, the University of the East officially ventured into social media when it launched its official Facebook page (www.facebook.com/UniversityoftheEastUE)...
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