The newly elected officers of the MLQU Central Student Government took their oath last March 9, 2023 witnessed by top officials of MLQU, including Atty. Paquito Ochoa, Jr., MLQU President Ms. Lucille Ortile, MLQU EVP, Ms. Sofia Caccam, Head of the Office of Student and Atty. Barry Aquino, CSG Adviser Affairs.
As the semester reaches its halfway point, many students may begin to feel overwhelmed with coursework, extracurricular activities, and social obligations. It can be challenging to maintain a healthy work-life balance during this time, but it’s crucial for academic success and overall well-being. To help you navigate this period, we’ve compiled some tips for maintaining a balanced student life:
A One-Day Event That Showed The Wonder Of Writing Fiction, Poetry, Essay And Songs “A word after a word after a word is power” is a line from “Daily Writer,” a book by Fred White. Indeed, when you write down one word after another, they can have more power than you can possibly imagine. They become short stories, novels, think pieces, plays, screenplays or other types of shareable content.
The debating team of MLQU’s Legal Management Society was judged as second best in the recently held “ Breakthrough: Legal Management Debate Cup” at St. Thomas Hall, Colegio de San Juan De Letran, Intramuros.
One of the best virtues ingrained in the Filipino psyche is “neighborliness.” This is expressed in sharing what one has with one’s “kapitbahay” such as backyard garden harvest, farm tools, and even one’s cooking.
If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere, the famous song goes.
The MLQU community will be elated to learn that Bootz M. Plata, an MLQU School of Architecture graduate, has made it in New York City.
More than 2,000 years ago, the famous Roman orator Cicero said: “A room without books is like a body without a soul.” Following Cicero’s metaphor, one can say that a school is lacking meaning and definition without books to fulfill its purpose: to enable the acquisition of knowledge and enrichment of the mind and spirit.
Several graduates of MLQU’s programs have added luster to our venerable school by passing their respective licensure and board examinations held by the Professional Regulatory Commission.This gives another good reason for the entire MLQU community to be proud of our university as it celebrates its 75th founding anniversary.
MLQU and Securities And Exchange Commission (SEC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on January 12, 2023, in which both institutions agreed to share a common vision and aim to strengthen the implementation of the internship programs for the students.
MLQU has taken a step closer to having a top-notch School of Criminal Justice that will be educating future agents of the law on the most advanced knowledge and techniques of crime prevention, detection and solution.
The members of the MLQU Graduating Class of 2022 completed their academic journey when they received their diplomas, which represented the various academic titles and degrees conferred on them during the 75th Commencement Rites held on 11 December 2022.
“Welcome to the Home of Champions!” MLQU and SEC signed a Memorandum of Understanding on January 12, 2023, in which both institutions agreed to share a common vision and aim to strengthen the implementation of the internship programs for the students.