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All about the Arts & Social Studies (CASS) News, Milestone, Highlights, and Updates

Over thirty five thousand spectators trooped to watch the 15 shows of the well-acclaimed MSU-IIT Integrated Performing Arts Guild’s Tales From Mindanao and its sequel Tatlo sa Isa in IPAG’s first two legs of its roads shows for its 32nd Season. The road shows that each IPAG season includes opened its first leg last August 9 to 16 in...
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by Violeta M. Gloria MindaNews | Tuesday, 25 August 2009 09:33 ILIGAN CITY (MindaNews/24 August)—The Octava, resident choral group of Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology and the representative of Mindanao to a five-day International Choral Competition at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) won two silvers and gold medals. Professor Rhodora N....
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by Venus R. Parmisana A day before the interment of former President Corazon Aquino, the faculty members of the English Department of the College of Arts and Social Sciences, joined the Filipino nation in paying last respects by offering prayers and saying goodbye to our dearly loved Mother. Clad in black or yellow, the faculty...
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After acing the level 2 accreditation under the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in Philippines (AACCUP) last March 2007, The College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) is now preparing for the next level of accreditation that will happen sometime next year. CASS Dean Prof. Nora A. Clar has already identified the different...
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by Venus R. Parmisana Dean Nora A. Clar welcomed the veteran and new faculty members from the different departments during the 2009-2010 First General CASS Faculty Assembly on June 8, 2009 at Political Science Training Center. During the assembly, she introduced the Executive Committee members, namely: Prof. Nancy Q. Echavez – English; Dr. Marie Joy...
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by Venus R. Parmisana Call it professional trainingCall it personal enrichmentCall it DynED or JEEPWhatever you call itSurely the 5-day trainingProves to be fruitful.And Memorable. How could we ever forget the first day HighOf The introduction sessionAs we open one-word descriptionWe begin with A for Amazing Amado,B for Big boy Boylie,Nice & Naughty for Nancy...
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by Venus R. Parmisana One-week of grueling training amazed the 15 faculty members, majority are junior faculty, of the Department of English who attended the JEEP (Job Enabling English Proficiency) Program on May 25-29, 2009 at the newly-installed JEEP Lab at the CASS room 119. Through the auspices of the USAID-Growth with Equity in Mindanao...
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LATEST REVIEWS“… kagiliw-giliw ang mga eksena …” BIENVENIDO LUMBERA, Ph.D, National Artist for Literature“The show dazzled the audience …” CHRISTINE GODINEZ-ORTEGA, Poet and Critic, The Philippine Daily Inquirer full review“… gintong klasika na kontemporaryong sagot ng Lanao kay Homer.” BAYANI SANTOS, JR., Journalist, MLQU Professor and Tanglaw spokesperson  “…  Fantastic!!! … certainly another feather to the IPAG...
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by Ms. Honeylet Dumoran Frenchlyn Duran (Best Female Performer – UKIT)Alyson Ting (KISS THE RAIN) After having been acknowledged in the Mindanao Film Festival as a school with a very promising film-making culture, IDS once again sent films in a region-wide film festival, where two student films, Ukit and Kiss the Rain, qualified as official...
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‘Ranaw: Isang Alamat’ celebrates CCP’s 40 years  The Institute’s resident Integrated Performing Arts Guild asserts its position as a leading Philippine performing arts company with continuous road shows in major venues and events nationwide. Already, it has enthralled thousands in this 31st Season which opened in June last year. After last week’s SRO re-runs of Ranaw: Isang Alamat in...
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