30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Prison Awareness Sunday First reading: Jer. 31:7–9 Thus says the LORD: Shout with joy for Jacob, exult at the head of the nations; proclaim your praise and say: The LORD has delivered his people, the remnant of Israel. Behold, I will bring them back from the land of the north; I will gather them from the ends of the world, with the blind and … Continue reading

USC celebrates week-long University Days

USC will celebrate this year’s University Days on October 23-31 with the theme: “The Word Alive: Navigating Educational Crossroads and Rebuilding Capacities.”  This week-long event will be done virtually with the participation of different student organizations, administrative offices, departments, and the seven schools:  School of Architecture, Fine Arts and Design (SAFAD) School of Arts and … Continue reading

Senior High Art studes hold Marian exhibit

October is the month of the Holy Rosary and Catholics all over the world celebrate this in various forms. At the University of San Carlos Senior High School–South Campus, Art and Design students have been holding an annual art exhibit in honor of the Blessed Mother.  Each year in October, talented students from Grades 11 and … Continue reading

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

World Mission Sunday First reading: Is. 53:10–11 The LORD was pleased to crush him in infirmity. If he gives his life as an offering for sin, he shall see his descendants in a long life, and the will of the LORD shall be accomplished through him. Because of his affliction he shall see the light in fullness of days; … Continue reading

USC is 2nd best school in Oct ‘21 Ch.E. boards

The University of San Carlos ranked second in school performance in the chemical engineer licensure examination given by the Board of Chemical Engineering. The examination was held on October 3, 4, and 5, 2021 in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, and Lucena. The Board recognized only four universities … Continue reading

USC prof conducts pioneering research in Micronesia

Dr. John A. Peterson, part-time faculty in the Department of Anthropology, Sociology and History, received a USD150,000 grant to conduct pioneering research in Micronesia. The U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities Archaeological and Ethnographic Field Research awarded the grant.  Titled “A Pattern of Islands: Ethnography, Remote Sensing, and Community Archaeology in Kosrae and Pohnpei, Micronesia,” the … Continue reading