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'If hate and pain seem to be enduring, these can never be greater than love,' says Ateneo president Fr Jose Ramon Villarin in his Christmas Eve homily
'May pagkakataon pa na itama ang pagkakamaling ito,' says Ateneo de Manila University president Father Jose Ramon Villarin, SJ
The Ateneo Employees and Workers Union lifts its two-day-old strike after agreeing on merit wage increases and non-wage benefits
'By centralizing power in the hands of a few, RevGov directly undermines democratic institutions and the economy. Indeed our very own experience of years of authoritarian rule during Martial Law compels us to reject any moves to establish a RevGov,' Ateneo President Fr Jett Villarin says.
Can a striking new building boost Ateneo s bid to make its students and the country more competitive in the tech and information race?
Ateneo president Fr Jett Villarin and Areté director Yael Buencamino talk to Coco Alcuaz about their vision, the educational revolution they hope to master, and the cultural boom they plan to spark
Teaching the youth about Martial Law is the way to move forward from the rallies says former NHCP Chairperson Maria Serena Diokno and other educators
Retrofitting will involve strengthening of beams and columns following a structural audit done in 2014
4th UPDATE Ateneo President Fr Jett Villarin tells Rappler the Pope and the Jesuits discussed vocation love of Christ and the youth Very Jesuit very casual
Rappler talks to Fr Jett Villarin on Typhoon Ruby and the UN climate change talks in Lima
Some Ateneo alumni remember that the university conferred on pianist Van Cliburn a Doctor of Humane Letters degree in 1974 He was known to be close to Imelda Marcos
The head of Ateneo de Manila University issues a public apology for having Imelda Marcos over for an alumni function
Speaking at the 2nd Ignatian Festival at the Ateneo President Benigno Aquino III asks everyone to participate in the positive transformation of the country
I am proud of my school for standing by the Church and for upholding academic freedom at the same time This is a position that encourages discourse and freedom of speech – the very basics of a democracy