Pistahan sa Devesse unites SABM and SCIS

The School of Accountancy and Business Management (SABM) and the School of Computing and Information Sciences (SCIS) celebrated Pistahan sa Devesse, formerly known as Paskong Komersiyo, on November 28 at the Maryheights Campus. “The main purpose of this event is to unite the students of SABM and SCIS and the school organizations,” said SABM Governor... Continue Reading →

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KASAMA/SSC allocates 16k to SABM

The Congress of Louisians (COL) ratified the School of Accountancy and Business Management (SABM) Assembly’s budget amounting to Php16,775, of the total budget of Php 1, 200, 000 this first semester, during the appropriations on November 11 . Most of the budget will be used for SABM Café Night which will happen once every month... Continue Reading →

2017 SSC elections turnout, 3 percent up

The 2017 Supreme Student Council Elections turnout increased by at least three percent from last year’s turnout of 35 percent. 7, 273 students out of 18, 992 voters exercised their right of suffrage last October 13 poll accounting for 38.4978% of votes. “Kung ating iaanalyze ‘yung actual number of voters, mas mataas last year, mga... Continue Reading →

Commercian leaders officially take charge

Officers took their oaths to serve the School of Accountancy and Business Management (SABM) during the Student Leaders’ Induction and Commissioning 2017 held at Saint Aloysius Gonzaga Church, October 23. Reverend Father Jaime Doctolero called out to the leaders to be the voice of the students through a “burning desire to help others and be... Continue Reading →

Ginez eyes up to five projects this semester

School of Accountancy and Business Management Governor Robert Ginez expects two to five projects to be implemented this semester, Academic Year 2017-2018. Although, the council has limited time in implementing projects for the first semester, they already conducted preliminary talks before the induction on what specific projects to execute. The assembly is looking into projects... Continue Reading →

JPIANs shine at the 16th RMYC

The Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants-Saint Louis University local chapter bagged a number of awards in the 16th Regional Mid-year Convention held last September 24-26 at Hotel Supreme, Baguio City.   The school’s representatives bested among 927 participants coming from 19 schools all over Region 1 and Cordillera Administrative Region who showcased talents and intelligence... Continue Reading →

COMELEC Eyes 50% Voter Turnout

The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) of the academic year 2017-2018 is aiming to surpass its predecessor with a target voter turnout of 50 percent this Supreme Student Council (SSC) Elections this October 13. The first electronic election pioneered by previous COMELEC garnered only 35 percent voters’ turnout which is 3 percent higher than the 2015... Continue Reading →

The Pinion Post-Debate Interview

Specific Roles Reporma ACS Governor: In our platform, gusto kong mangyari yung SOSA, the State of the School Address, to give more para ma-involve ang mga students, para maramdaman lalo ng students, because that’s what I want to happen here in our SABM Community. I want awareness and at the same time I want involvement... Continue Reading →

SCIS moves to Bakakeng

Starting August 2017, the School of Computing and Information Sciences (SCIS) will hold classes at the Devesse Building, Maryheights Campus and will most likely be for good. The school will supposedly take up the 3rd, 4th, and 5th floor of the right wing of Devesse while facing the amphitheater, but can be subjected to change.... Continue Reading →

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