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September 24, 2019

In spite of heavy rain and an early schedule, selected NEU students from different Colleges, led by NEU Center for Community Extension and Linkages (CCEL) department, gathered to help clean the coast of Baseco, Manila on September 21, 2019 as part of the 34th International Coastal Cleanup (ICC). The ICC is an annual activity administered by International Coastal Cleanup Philippines (ICC Philippines) which is also the National Coordinator of Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup, the world's largest volunteer effort for the marine environment.

New Era University encourage its students to promote "Service to Humanity" as one of NEU's core values, and one way of doing this is by helping the community in taking care of the environment we live in. It is expected that by greater awareness about the current situation of the different waterways in the country are instilled to the delegates, mainly the youth.

It was all smiles after the event. Even though exhausted, the fact that everyone are united in one goal for nature is a truly sight worth seeing.

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Newest Batch of NEU-AAI Officers Sworn In

September 5, 2019

The Chairperson of the NEU Board of Trustees, Atty. Dorothy Kristine M. Orosa, led the Oathtaking Ceremonies for the new Officers and Board of Directors of the New Era University Alumni Association Incorporated (NEU-AAI) on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. Before the members of the NEU Executive Council, the officers of the Association swore that they will carry out their responsibilities to the fullest. The officers, who were elected last August, are expected to serve their respective duties until 2022.

Commissioner Randy B. Escolango, having been Sworn in as NEU-AAI President, expressed his gratitude to the NEU Board of Trustees and reaffirmed his commitment to take the Association to even greater heights. On behalf of his fellow Officers, the Commissioner also relayed his greetings to the Executive Minister of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ), Brother Eduardo V. Manalo for a decade of Triumphant Administration of the INC.

The other NEU-AAI Officers are: Dr. Abrian Joy Orencia (Vice-President for Internal Affairs), Dr. Isagani T. Sabado (Vice-President for External Affairs), Atty. Randy Serrano (Secretary General), Cherry Mae Guevarra, CPA (Treasurer), Melvin Fabillan, CPA (Auditor), and Prof. Mark Malabuyoc (Information Officer).

Meanwhile, the NEU-AAI Board of Directors are the following: Atty. Chris Villalobos, Mr. Wiryinymil Dela Cruz, Mr. Marlon Adsuara, Ms. Jenny Castillo, Christian Buyson, CPA, Prof. Elmer Gariguez, Engr. Marilyn Villacrusis, and Dr. Marlon Mercado.

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Welcome to New Era University! His Excellency Ly Quoc Tuan, Ambassador of Vietnam to the Philippines.

September 4, 2019

The rains did not dampen the spirits of the NEU community as they warmly welcomed His Excellency Ly Quoc Tuan, Ambassador of Vietnam to the Philippines, on Tuesday, September 03, 2019. Along with the University Officials who were there to welcome the highly-esteemed Ambassador were the top ranking officials the ASEAN Studies Center and Eagle Broadcasting Corporation.

In his speech to the NEU community, Ambassador Ly remarked on the many similarities of Filipinos and Vietnamese. He said that “Filipinos are resilient…so too are the Vietnamese.” In his three years as Ambassador, he also stated that Vietnamese and Filipinos should work hard towards deeper and meaningful relationships leading to the development of the ASEAN region.

The highlight of the Ambassador’s visit was the hour-long performance of the Spring Band from the Vietnam National Academy of Music at the University Hall. The said musical performance was in association with the ASEAN Studies Center, Eagle Broadcasting Corporation, and the Embassy of Vietnam in the Philippines. The free concert performance was a continuation of the Independence Day celebrations of Vietnam, which they held the day before. The all-female Vietnamese musicians showcased the traditional music of their country to the eager listeners, composed mostly of college and senior high school students of the University. They even allowed some of the students to come on stage to try out the sound of the traditional Vietnamese instruments like the T'r?ng, monochord, and the Hmong flute.

This is not the first time the University has hosted these types of cultural events; last June 8, as part of the Russian National Day Celebrations, two classical performers from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory performed before the University community. In addition, over the past few years a number of ambassadors have already visited the University’s Main Campus in New Era, Quezon City.

It is hoped that through this event, NEU will further be known as a venue for large international cultural events, and that the goodwill fostered during the Ambassador’s visit will help in the forging of lasting bonds between the University and its neighbors in Southeast Asia.

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