School Overview
  • UE_MANILA
School Name :
University of the East-Manila
Acronym :
UE
School Type :
Private
Academic Calendar :
Bi-Semestral
Year Founded :
1946
Religious Affiliation :
Non sectarian
Colors :
Red and White
Hymn :
Pamantasan Ka Naming Mahal (The UE Hymn)
Motto :
Tomorrow Begins in the East.
Mascot :
Red Warrior Lualhati





How to contact the School?

Address : Claro M. Recto Avenue, Sampaloc, City of Manila, First District 1008
Contact Number : (632) 735-85-77
Email : [email protected]
Website : https://www.ue.edu.ph


School Summary

The University of the East (Filipino: Pamantasan ng Silangan) and commonly abbreviated as U.E.) is a private nonsectarian university located in University Belt Area, district of Sampaloc, Manila and in Samson Road Caloocan City Philippines. The university was founded in 1946 as a coeducational institution. Once labeled as the “Largest University in Asia” in terms of population, UE became the first university in Asia to have an enrollment of over 60,000 students.



How much is the Tuition Fee?

Bachelor's degree Php 76,000-80,000 per year
Master's degree Php 28,000-53,000 per year

Are Financial Aid and Scholarship avaiable?

The University of the East-Manila is highly committed to admitting the best students and providing increased access to quality higher education. University of the East-Manila also provides other forms of financial assistance to qualified students applying or enrolled at the University.

Scholarship Programs Offered:

  • University President Scholarship
  • University Scholarship
  • College Scholarship
  • President Francisco Dalupan, Sr. Scholarship (PFDS)
  • UE-Tan Yan Kee Foundation, Inc. Scholarship
For more information: https://www.ue.edu.ph/manila/main.html?page=scholar&link=main


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Published on 2:11 pm

This Wednesday, February 26, 2020, is Student Election Day for our College Warriors in UE Caloocan!

Voting for the new officers of UE Caloocans Central Student Council and collegiate Student Councils will be at the Computer Laboratories from 8 a.m. onwards. Please present your UE ID for voter verification.

(The election for the new officers of UE Manilas University Student Council and college student councils will be on March 4, 2020.)

Good luck to the candidates for new CSC and College Student Council officers! And do exercise your right to vote for UE Caloocan’s next batch of student leaders, UE Caloocan College Warriors!

#UECaloocan
#HalalansaSilangan 
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

This Wednesday, February 26, 2020, is Student Election Day for our College Warriors in UE Caloocan

This Wednesday, February 26, 2020, is Student Election Day for our College Warriors in UE Caloocan!

Voting for the new officers of UE Caloocan's Central Student Council and collegiate Student Councils will be at the Computer Laboratories from 8 a.m. onwards. Please present your UE ID for voter verification.

(The election for the new officers of UE Manila's University Student Council and college student councils will be on March 4, 2020.)

Good luck to the candidates for new CSC and College Student Council officers! And do exercise your right to vote for UE Caloocan’s next batch of student leaders, UE Caloocan College Warriors!

#UECaloocan
#HalalansaSilangan
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast
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This Wednesday, February 26, 2020, is Student Election Day for our College Warriors in UE Caloocan!

Voting for the new officers of UE Caloocans Central Student Council and collegiate Student Councils will be at the Computer Laboratories from 8 a.m. onwards. Please present your UE ID for voter verification.

(The election for the new officers of UE Manilas University Student Council and college student councils will be on March 4, 2020.)

Good luck to the candidates for new CSC and College Student Council officers! And do exercise your right to vote for UE Caloocan’s next batch of student leaders, UE Caloocan College Warriors!

#UECaloocan
#HalalansaSilangan 
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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Published on 8:22 am

To the Catholic faithful in the UE community, please be informed that there will be Ash Wednesday Masses on campus this Wednesday, February 26, 2020. 

In UE Manila, the Ash Wednesday Masses will be at 7:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 5:15 p.m., at the Rizal Hall.

In UE Caloocan, the Mass will be at 5:30 p.m. at the UE Caloocan Chapel.

Ash Wednesday marks the start of the Lenten season. Thank you.

(Photo illustration by Gerry Bautista Jr., Grade 12, UE Manila)

#Lent2020
#AshWednesday

To the Catholic faithful in the UE community, please be informed that there will be Ash Wednesday Masses on campus this Wednesday, February 26, 2020

To the Catholic faithful in the UE community, please be informed that there will be Ash Wednesday Masses on campus this Wednesday, February 26, 2020.

In UE Manila, the Ash Wednesday Masses will be at 7:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 5:15 p.m., at the Rizal Hall.

In UE Caloocan, the Mass will be at 5:30 p.m. at the UE Caloocan Chapel.

Ash Wednesday marks the start of the Lenten season. Thank you.

(Photo illustration by Gerry Bautista Jr., Grade 12, UE Manila)

#Lent2020
#AshWednesday
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To the Catholic faithful in the UE community, please be informed that there will be Ash Wednesday Masses on campus this Wednesday, February 26, 2020. 

In UE Manila, the Ash Wednesday Masses will be at 7:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 5:15 p.m., at the Rizal Hall.

In UE Caloocan, the Mass will be at 5:30 p.m. at the UE Caloocan Chapel.

Ash Wednesday marks the start of the Lenten season. Thank you.

(Photo illustration by Gerry Bautista Jr., Grade 12, UE Manila)

#Lent2020
#AshWednesday

Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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Published on 6:45 am

UE Remembers Former Law Dean Riano on His First Death Anniversary

The UE community remembers Atty. Willard B. Riano, the former Dean of the UE College of Law, on his recent first death anniversary. Dean Riano, who passed away on February 22, 2019, at age 68, was the UE CLaw Dean from 2015 to 2017.

Upon the news of his passing on February 22 of last year, various individuals in the legal community paid tribute to the man who has made his mark in Philippine legal education through his lectures and his writings. Countless legal professionals reminisced on how Dean Riano was instrumental in their achieving their dream of becoming lawyers. Law students and reviewees also recall Dean Riano’s lectures in Commercial, Remedial and Civil Law.

Dean Riano was touted as Philippine legal education’s “Remedial Law Rockstar.” Atty. Harry Roque, the former Presidential Spokesperson, notes that Dean Riano has the “ability to communicate even the most complex procedures in simple ways” (https://tribune.net.ph/index.php/2019/02/26/remembering-dean-willard-b-riano/). 

For his part, Atty. Sigfred B. Mison, former UE Legal Counsel and CLaw Professor, describes Dean Riano as the “mailman,” both in the basketball court and in the legal court as he always “delivers” what is needed of him (https://businessmirror.com.ph/2016/06/22/the-mailman/).

Dean Riano began teaching in his postgraduate alma mater, the San Sebastian College-Recoletos (SSC-R) College of Law, in 1982, after placing 20th in the 1981 Bar exams. He likewise began teaching at the Philippine College of Commerce (now Polytechnic University of the Philippines) in the same year. He also ventured into private practice, serving as a trial lawyer for the Paredes Law Offices from 1982 to 1989, and briefly as a legal adviser of the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines in 1984.

After a brief stint in the USA, Dean Riano returned to the Philippines in 1998 and resumed teaching at SSC-R. At the same time, he also ventured across C. M. Recto Avenue and taught at the UE College of Law until 2006.

Dean Riano was also instrumental in establishing the PUP College of Law, and was one of its pioneering professors in 2001. He also taught at the University of Santo Tomas in 2013, and at San Beda College (now San Beda University) in 2015. 

In addition, Dean Riano was an admired and well-respected bar reviewer in Remedial, Civil and Commercial Law in 13 different Bar review centers nationwide. He was also the author of eight publications used in law studies.

He was appointed as Dean of the SSC-R College of Law in 2003, making his mark and landing feats for that college for 11 years before his two-year stint as UE College of Law Dean.

From 2008 to 2013, he was a member-lecturer of the Corps of Professors of the Philippine Judicial Academy (PhilJA) of the Supreme Court of the Philippines.

After his stint with the UE College of Law, Dean Riano served as Bar Examiner in Remedial Law for the 2017 Bar Exams. It was to be one of his last stints as legal educator.

In a talk, Dean Riano once shared that he believes law graduates are considered “sui generis” or a class of their own. He said that there are certain circumstances or situations experienced by law students and law graduates that doctorate or graduate degree holders do not go through. The term “sui generis” itself best describes Dean Riano. His selfless attitude and dedication to the study of law has made him irreplaceable to the countless of law professionals’ and law students’ lives that he touched.

Thank you for your service, Warrior Dean and Lawyer Willard B. Riano. You are missed, Sir.

UE Remembers Former Law Dean Riano on His First Death AnniversaryThe UE community remembers Atty

UE Remembers Former Law Dean Riano on His First Death Anniversary

The UE community remembers Atty. Willard B. Riano, the former Dean of the UE College of Law, on his recent first death anniversary. Dean Riano, who passed away on February 22, 2019, at age 68, was the UE CLaw Dean from 2015 to 2017.

Upon the news of his passing on February 22 of last year, various individuals in the legal community paid tribute to the man who has made his mark in Philippine legal education through his lectures and his writings. Countless legal professionals reminisced on how Dean Riano was instrumental in their achieving their dream of becoming lawyers. Law students and reviewees also recall Dean Riano’s lectures in Commercial, Remedial and Civil Law.

Dean Riano was touted as Philippine legal education’s “Remedial Law Rockstar.” Atty. Harry Roque, the former Presidential Spokesperson, notes that Dean Riano has the “ability to communicate even the most complex procedures in simple ways” (tribune.net.ph/index.php/2019/02/26/remembering-dean-willard-b-riano/).

For his part, Atty. Sigfred B. Mison, former UE Legal Counsel and CLaw Professor, describes Dean Riano as the “mailman,” both in the basketball court and in the legal court as he always “delivers” what is needed of him (businessmirror.com.ph/2016/06/22/the-mailman/).

Dean Riano began teaching in his postgraduate alma mater, the San Sebastian College-Recoletos (SSC-R) College of Law, in 1982, after placing 20th in the 1981 Bar exams. He likewise began teaching at the Philippine College of Commerce (now Polytechnic University of the Philippines) in the same year. He also ventured into private practice, serving as a trial lawyer for the Paredes Law Offices from 1982 to 1989, and briefly as a legal adviser of the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines in 1984.

After a brief stint in the USA, Dean Riano returned to the Philippines in 1998 and resumed teaching at SSC-R. At the same time, he also ventured across C. M. Recto Avenue and taught at the UE College of Law until 2006.

Dean Riano was also instrumental in establishing the PUP College of Law, and was one of its pioneering professors in 2001. He also taught at the University of Santo Tomas in 2013, and at San Beda College (now San Beda University) in 2015.

In addition, Dean Riano was an admired and well-respected bar reviewer in Remedial, Civil and Commercial Law in 13 different Bar review centers nationwide. He was also the author of eight publications used in law studies.

He was appointed as Dean of the SSC-R College of Law in 2003, making his mark and landing feats for that college for 11 years before his two-year stint as UE College of Law Dean.

From 2008 to 2013, he was a member-lecturer of the Corps of Professors of the Philippine Judicial Academy (PhilJA) of the Supreme Court of the Philippines.

After his stint with the UE College of Law, Dean Riano served as Bar Examiner in Remedial Law for the 2017 Bar Exams. It was to be one of his last stints as legal educator.

In a talk, Dean Riano once shared that he believes law graduates are considered “sui generis” or a class of their own. He said that there are certain circumstances or situations experienced by law students and law graduates that doctorate or graduate degree holders do not go through. The term “sui generis” itself best describes Dean Riano. His selfless attitude and dedication to the study of law has made him irreplaceable to the countless of law professionals’ and law students’ lives that he touched.

Thank you for your service, Warrior Dean and Lawyer Willard B. Riano. You are missed, Sir.
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UE Remembers Former Law Dean Riano on His First Death Anniversary

The UE community remembers Atty. Willard B. Riano, the former Dean of the UE College of Law, on his recent first death anniversary. Dean Riano, who passed away on February 22, 2019, at age 68, was the UE CLaw Dean from 2015 to 2017.

Upon the news of his passing on February 22 of last year, various individuals in the legal community paid tribute to the man who has made his mark in Philippine legal education through his lectures and his writings. Countless legal professionals reminisced on how Dean Riano was instrumental in their achieving their dream of becoming lawyers. Law students and reviewees also recall Dean Riano’s lectures in Commercial, Remedial and Civil Law.

Dean Riano was touted as Philippine legal education’s “Remedial Law Rockstar.” Atty. Harry Roque, the former Presidential Spokesperson, notes that Dean Riano has the “ability to communicate even the most complex procedures in simple ways” (https://tribune.net.ph/index.php/2019/02/26/remembering-dean-willard-b-riano/). 

For his part, Atty. Sigfred B. Mison, former UE Legal Counsel and CLaw Professor, describes Dean Riano as the “mailman,” both in the basketball court and in the legal court as he always “delivers” what is needed of him (https://businessmirror.com.ph/2016/06/22/the-mailman/).

Dean Riano began teaching in his postgraduate alma mater, the San Sebastian College-Recoletos (SSC-R) College of Law, in 1982, after placing 20th in the 1981 Bar exams. He likewise began teaching at the Philippine College of Commerce (now Polytechnic University of the Philippines) in the same year. He also ventured into private practice, serving as a trial lawyer for the Paredes Law Offices from 1982 to 1989, and briefly as a legal adviser of the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines in 1984.

After a brief stint in the USA, Dean Riano returned to the Philippines in 1998 and resumed teaching at SSC-R. At the same time, he also ventured across C. M. Recto Avenue and taught at the UE College of Law until 2006.

Dean Riano was also instrumental in establishing the PUP College of Law, and was one of its pioneering professors in 2001. He also taught at the University of Santo Tomas in 2013, and at San Beda College (now San Beda University) in 2015. 

In addition, Dean Riano was an admired and well-respected bar reviewer in Remedial, Civil and Commercial Law in 13 different Bar review centers nationwide. He was also the author of eight publications used in law studies.

He was appointed as Dean of the SSC-R College of Law in 2003, making his mark and landing feats for that college for 11 years before his two-year stint as UE College of Law Dean.

From 2008 to 2013, he was a member-lecturer of the Corps of Professors of the Philippine Judicial Academy (PhilJA) of the Supreme Court of the Philippines.

After his stint with the UE College of Law, Dean Riano served as Bar Examiner in Remedial Law for the 2017 Bar Exams. It was to be one of his last stints as legal educator.

In a talk, Dean Riano once shared that he believes law graduates are considered “sui generis” or a class of their own. He said that there are certain circumstances or situations experienced by law students and law graduates that doctorate or graduate degree holders do not go through. The term “sui generis” itself best describes Dean Riano. His selfless attitude and dedication to the study of law has made him irreplaceable to the countless of law professionals’ and law students’ lives that he touched.

Thank you for your service, Warrior Dean and Lawyer Willard B. Riano. You are missed, Sir.

Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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Rest in peace

Eternal rest be upon the soul of Dean Willard B. Riano. And let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace Amen

Published on 6:56 am

Please be advised that UE Manila and UE Caloocan will be closed this Tuesday, February 25, 2020. The date marks the 34th anniversary of the 1986 Edsa Revolution, a government-declared special (non-working) day nationwide per Proclamation No. 845 issued last November 15, 2019.

Classes and office work in UE will resume on Ash Wednesday, February 26, 2020.

Please be advised accordingly. Thank you.

(Photo illustration by Gerry Bautista Jr., Grade 12, UE Manila)

#WalangPasok
#SeniorHighsaSilangan
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Please be advised that UE Manila and UE Caloocan will be closed this Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Please be advised that UE Manila and UE Caloocan will be closed this Tuesday, February 25, 2020. The date marks the 34th anniversary of the 1986 Edsa Revolution, a government-declared special (non-working) day nationwide per Proclamation No. 845 issued last November 15, 2019.

Classes and office work in UE will resume on Ash Wednesday, February 26, 2020.

Please be advised accordingly. Thank you.

(Photo illustration by Gerry Bautista Jr., Grade 12, UE Manila)

#WalangPasok
#SeniorHighSaSilangan
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast
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Please be advised that UE Manila and UE Caloocan will be closed this Tuesday, February 25, 2020. The date marks the 34th anniversary of the 1986 Edsa Revolution, a government-declared special (non-working) day nationwide per Proclamation No. 845 issued last November 15, 2019.

Classes and office work in UE will resume on Ash Wednesday, February 26, 2020.

Please be advised accordingly. Thank you.

(Photo illustration by Gerry Bautista Jr., Grade 12, UE Manila)

#WalangPasok
#SeniorHighsaSilangan
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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Beng It appears that you are at a position of high authority. Nice going kapatid.

Happy Anniversary!

Iba talaga kapag may inspiration sa pag aaral Gerry Bautista Jr.

Published on 2:44 pm

UE Stages Special Performance of Andres KKK

In celebration of National Arts Month, everyone in the UE community is invited to watch the UE Office of Cultural Affairs’ (OCA) presentation of “Andres KKK” on Friday, February 28, 2020, 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., at the UE Theatre. 
“Andres KKK” is an original work by UE OCA Director Generoso A. Caringal, who is also the Director and Choreographer of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe.   

The presentation explores the life of Filipino revolutionary Andres Bonifacio as told though ballet, with emphasis on the time when he founded the Katipunan up to his execution in Cavite. The ballet was choreographed by Dir. Caringal, with music by Mr. Jesse Lucas and libretto by Ms. Lilia Quindoza Santiago. Mr. Ricardo Cruz serves as the set designer, while Mr. Arturo Cruz is the costume designer.

“Andres KKK” was first performed by the Philippine Ballet Theatre, of which Dir. Caringal was an Artistic Director, in 1998, as the Philippines was celebrating its 100th year of independence. It has been performed at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), as well as in Spain, Morocco, Mexico and the USA. After 20 years of “Andres KKK” being performed at the CCP and in international venues, Dir. Caringal is bringing his original work to the UE Theatre, with the members of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe performing.

The UE Silanganan Dance Troupe, UE’s resident dance company, recently brought national pride as some members were among the dancers showcased in the Opening Ceremony of the 30th Southeast Asian Games held at the Philippine Arena on November 30, 2019—which coincidentally was Bonifacio Day.

Admission is free to the UE Community, but please secure your tickets at the UE OCA, which is located at the fourth floor of the Dalupan Building.

The second photo shows some of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe members who performed at the SEA Games Opening Ceremony last November 30 (standing from left) Harvey Neal Seriña, Rodney Diaz, Johann Mark Ezekiel Vargas, Renne Garcia, Ian David Hormillosa, Gerricking Escarez, Carl Melchizedeck Sambo, Ray Conrad Querubin, (seated, from left) Ruby Jay Galisim, Rian Vince Niechole Punzalan, Christian James Cayading and Jonathan España.

See you at the UE Theatre, Warriors!

(Group shot courtesy of Mr. Johann Mark Ezekiel Vargas)

#NationalArtsMonth 
#AndresKKKatUE 
#CheersforTomorrow 
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

UE Stages Special Performance of 'Andres KKK'In celebration of National Arts Month, everyone in the UE community is invited to watch the UE Office of Cultural Affairs’ (OCA) presentation of “Andres KKK” on Friday, February 28, 2020, 10 a

UE Stages Special Performance of 'Andres KKK'

In celebration of National Arts Month, everyone in the UE community is invited to watch the UE Office of Cultural Affairs’ (OCA) presentation of “Andres KKK” on Friday, February 28, 2020, 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., at the UE Theatre.
“Andres KKK” is an original work by UE OCA Director Generoso A. Caringal, who is also the Director and Choreographer of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe.

The presentation explores the life of Filipino revolutionary Andres Bonifacio as told though ballet, with emphasis on the time when he founded the Katipunan up to his execution in Cavite. The ballet was choreographed by Dir. Caringal, with music by Mr. Jesse Lucas and libretto by Ms. Lilia Quindoza Santiago. Mr. Ricardo Cruz serves as the set designer, while Mr. Arturo Cruz is the costume designer.

“Andres KKK” was first performed by the Philippine Ballet Theatre, of which Dir. Caringal was an Artistic Director, in 1998, as the Philippines was celebrating its 100th year of independence. It has been performed at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), as well as in Spain, Morocco, Mexico and the USA. After 20 years of “Andres KKK” being performed at the CCP and in international venues, Dir. Caringal is bringing his original work to the UE Theatre, with the members of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe performing.

The UE Silanganan Dance Troupe, UE’s resident dance company, recently brought national pride as some members were among the dancers showcased in the Opening Ceremony of the 30th Southeast Asian Games held at the Philippine Arena on November 30, 2019—which coincidentally was Bonifacio Day.

Admission is free to the UE Community, but please secure your tickets at the UE OCA, which is located at the fourth floor of the Dalupan Building.

The second photo shows some of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe members who performed at the SEA Games Opening Ceremony last November 30 (standing from left) Harvey Neal Seriña, Rodney Diaz, Johann Mark Ezekiel Vargas, Renne Garcia, Ian David Hormillosa, Gerricking Escarez, Carl Melchizedeck Sambo, Ray Conrad Querubin, (seated, from left) Ruby Jay Galisim, Rian Vince Niechole Punzalan, Christian James Cayading and Jonathan España.

See you at the UE Theatre, Warriors!

(Group shot courtesy of Mr. Johann Mark Ezekiel Vargas)

#NationalArtsMonth
#AndresKKKatUE
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast
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UE Stages Special Performance of Andres KKK

In celebration of National Arts Month, everyone in the UE community is invited to watch the UE Office of Cultural Affairs’ (OCA) presentation of “Andres KKK” on Friday, February 28, 2020, 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., at the UE Theatre. 
“Andres KKK” is an original work by UE OCA Director Generoso A. Caringal, who is also the Director and Choreographer of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe.   

The presentation explores the life of Filipino revolutionary Andres Bonifacio as told though ballet, with emphasis on the time when he founded the Katipunan up to his execution in Cavite. The ballet was choreographed by Dir. Caringal, with music by Mr. Jesse Lucas and libretto by Ms. Lilia Quindoza Santiago. Mr. Ricardo Cruz serves as the set designer, while Mr. Arturo Cruz is the costume designer.

“Andres KKK” was first performed by the Philippine Ballet Theatre, of which Dir. Caringal was an Artistic Director, in 1998, as the Philippines was celebrating its 100th year of independence. It has been performed at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), as well as in Spain, Morocco, Mexico and the USA. After 20 years of “Andres KKK” being performed at the CCP and in international venues, Dir. Caringal is bringing his original work to the UE Theatre, with the members of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe performing.

The UE Silanganan Dance Troupe, UE’s resident dance company, recently brought national pride as some members were among the dancers showcased in the Opening Ceremony of the 30th Southeast Asian Games held at the Philippine Arena on November 30, 2019—which coincidentally was Bonifacio Day.

Admission is free to the UE Community, but please secure your tickets at the UE OCA, which is located at the fourth floor of the Dalupan Building.

The second photo shows some of the UE Silanganan Dance Troupe members who performed at the SEA Games Opening Ceremony last November 30 (standing from left) Harvey Neal Seriña, Rodney Diaz, Johann Mark Ezekiel Vargas, Renne Garcia, Ian David Hormillosa, Gerricking Escarez, Carl Melchizedeck Sambo, Ray Conrad Querubin, (seated, from left) Ruby Jay Galisim, Rian Vince Niechole Punzalan, Christian James Cayading and Jonathan España.

See you at the UE Theatre, Warriors!

(Group shot courtesy of Mr. Johann Mark Ezekiel Vargas)

#NationalArtsMonth 
#AndresKKKatUE 
#CheersforTomorrow 
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Source: University of the East (UE)

 

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Stella Maris Fuentes

Pwede rin po ba manood ang mga alumni?

Sir Aga Mercades baka naman. 😍

Kaka miss , being part of this group of almost 4 years . Ej Junio Abenoja

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Nasaan na kaya mga kabatch ko sa dance troupe (84-85) si vivian na Lang natatandaan ko at Yong dalawang taga La Union limot ko na name Nila at si Ms. Caparas pa pala at ang taga turo namin noon so Juanito at Mimi ba o Minnie

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UE Caloocan College Warriors, vote for your new Central Student Council and College Student Council officers this Wed

UE Caloocan College Warriors, vote for your new Central Student Council and College Student Council officers this Wed., Feb. 26, 2020! Voting will be at the Computer Labs, 8 a.m. onwards. Present your UE ID to vote.

#HalalansaSilangan
#CheersforTomorrow
#TomorrowBeginsintheEast

Source: UE Univ. of the East

Published on 8:28 am

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There will be Masses on campus this Ash Wednesday, Feb

There will be Masses on campus this Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020.

In UE Manila, it will be at 7:15 am, 12:15 pm and 5:15 pm, at the Rizal Hall.

In UE Caloocan, it will be at 5:30 pm at the UE Cal. Chapel.

Thank you.

(Illustration by Gerry Bautista Jr., Gr. 12, UE Mla.)

Source: UE Univ. of the East

Published on 6:46 am

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The UE community remembers Atty

The UE community remembers Atty. Willard B. Riano, the former Dean of the UE College of Law, on his recent first death anniversary.

Dean Riano, who passed away on February 22, 2019, at age 68, was the UE College of Law Dean from 2015 to 2017.

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Source: UE Univ. of the East

Published on 6:58 am

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UE Manila and UE Caloocan will be closed this Tuesday, February 25, 2020, the 34th anniversary of the Edsa Revolution

UE Manila and UE Caloocan will be closed this Tuesday, February 25, 2020, the 34th anniversary of the Edsa Revolution.

Classes and office work in UE will resume on Ash Wednesday, February 26.

Thank you.

(Photo illustration by Gerry Bautista Jr., Grade 12, UE Manila)

Source: UE Univ. of the East

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