University Libraries, University of Saint Louis

High School Library Conducted SalinWika

100_0784The SalinWika activity was conducted on August 25, 2015 at the High School Library. The activity was led by Mrs. Michelle A. Abella and the Book Club Officers. Contestants from Science and Academic curriculum were given a piece of story entitled “The Yellow Room” by C.S. Canonigo., to be translated in Filipino language. The criteria of the said activity were as follows; Stage Presence, Translation, and Depth/use of words. Mrs. Daisy Dagdag as one of the judges announced the winners together with the prizes. Those participants who did not win will also be given a certificate of participation during the next awarding in the High School Department.

The winners are as follows:

Grade-7 Science: Alyssa Karylle Pacis - Wisdom

Grade-8 Science: Yowelle Sedano- St. Lorenzo Ruiz

Grade-9 Science: Sophia Nicole Barasi- Prudence

Grade-10 Science: Genevie Dayag – Jose Rizal


DSC_0141In support to the annual celebrations of World Read Aloud Day and Anti-Bullying month, the USL Elementary Library in partnership with the Elementary Guidance Office conducted storytelling and lecture on anti-bullying among Kindergarten and Preschool pupils held at the Elementary Library last November 4, 2015. The objective of the activity is to instill among pupils the value of having a bully-free school and at the same time the love for reading and libraries. Ms. Charmaine Masuli, a librarian of the college department served as guest storyteller of the book entitled “Bully” written by Ved Prakash. After the storytelling session, Mr. Virgilio Canceran, a guidance counselor explained the story read in relation to the anti-bullying advocacy of the school. The activity was well-appreciated by all participants.

Multimedia Section Celebrates World Audiovisual Heritage and Artifacts Day

IMG_3476In celebration of World Audiovisual Heritage and Artifacts Day with the theme: “Saving Our Heritage for the Next Generation”, the Multimedia In-charge spearheaded the Exhibit of Artifacts in collaboration with the SEAS Department under their History and Sociology Classes through their adviser, Mrs. Claire Gumarang, held on October 9, 2015 at the 3rd floor of the college library.

The exhibit was conducted through the following objectives: a) to provide an opportunity to students to reflect and act to bequeath future generations the means to understand their origin; b) to raise students’ consciousness of the importance and preservation of our audiovisual materials; c) and to motivate students to donate old audiovisual equipment/materials to enhance more the collection of the audiovisual section.

An opening program was conducted at 7:30AM followed by untying of ribbon led by Dr. Emmanuel James Pattaguan, Vice President for Academic Affairs and the blessing of the exhibit area by Rev. Fr. Rex Salvilla, Liaison Officer. The exhibit that lasted for two days was attended by invited visitors faculty, non-teaching staff and students of different departments of the university.

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