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CAS shifts to flexible learning

Along with other units in the University, the College of Arts and Sciences is adopting a radical paradigm shift to continue delivering instruction using different modalities. To address the diverse needs of students with or without access to stable internet connection, the college is adopting flexible learning [...]

By |January 18, 2021|Categories: CAS News|0 Comments

Radio Wesleyan celebrates 15th year

The campus radio station of Wesleyan University-Philippines and the training station of broadcasting students under B.A. Communication program is celebrating 15 years of airing relevant information, news and public service, music and inspiration, and religious programs. Radio Wesleyan 89.7 DWUP-FM began its test broadcast on February 7, 2005, [...]

By |January 18, 2021|Categories: CAS News|0 Comments

CAS wins in Mr. and Ms. Wesleyan 2020

The College of Arts and  Sciences proved to be a powerhouse of brains and looks when first year B.A. Political Science student Enrich Ponce was proclaimed Mr. Wesleyan 2020 on February 26. His “boy-next-door” image, stage presence, masculine projection, and intelligence easily got [...]

By |January 18, 2021|Categories: CAS News|0 Comments

Mass Com lab hosts exhibit

The Mass Communication Laboratory was transformed into a museum when it hosted a public exhibit for the 74th Founding Anniversary of Wesleyan University-Philippines last Febuary 15 to 29, 2020. Dubbed as “Baliktanaw: Celebrating 74 Years of God's Faithfulness,” the exhibit featured artifacts that shaped the history of WU-P. [...]

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Theater Arts class conducts Parade of Stars

In full make-up and costumes, the Theater Arts Class of  the B.A. Communication Program conducted their annual Parade of Stars at the Cushman Campus on February 28, 2020. After the parade, they attended an acting workshop that provided them experiences that approximate actual stage performances. [...]

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CAS renders online community service

The College of Arts and Sciences reaches out at this time of pandemic by helping stranded students who wish to go home. The college uses its social media platform to render services to the community, particularly their students. Ms. Mildred Abiva, CAS outreach coordinator, said the college is [...]

By |January 18, 2021|Categories: CAS News|0 Comments
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