The San Beda College Alumni Association (SBCAA) has unanimously chosen Dr. Ramon Ricardo “Cardie” A. Roque, Ceso 1, Diplomate, as the 2014 Most Distinguished Bedan in the field of education. Awarding rites will take place during the annual Red and White Ball at the Meralco Hall to be hosted by Dr. Manuel V. Pangilinan, chairperson of the board of San Beda College.
By Jillian Carpio
Football? It’s everything. Football isn’t something I do, it’s who I am. I just feel closer to my soul when I play.” For 19-year-old Michael Yuvienco, goalkeeper of the San Beda College football team, the sport isn’t just a pastime—it’s a way of life.
By Leah Salvatierra
Highlighting the opening of the 89th season of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Bedans gather to express all-out support for the student athletes during the annual pep rally held inside the MVP Gym at San Beda College on Friday.
By Sherwin Sario
The Gabi ng Parangal at Pasasalamat is an annual event that is San Beda’s way of recognizing the efforts and activities of the student organizations of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) in San Beda College, which is organized by the Student Council (SC) and the Office of the Prefect of Student Activities (Opsa).
By Justine Patricia Carpio
How does one capture the life of a great man in a single article? Perhaps it is best to start at the beginning, with my first encounter with Fr. Anscar Chupungco.
By EJ Mangahas
As members of The Bedan (San Beda College’s 65-year-old student publication), it was our job to know and deliver the news. Because of this mandate, we had the privilege (and sometimes, misfortune) of knowing the newsmakers in depth. It was also natural for us editors to be extra-critical of the school’s faculty and administrators, more so of its rector-president.
By Jay Rivera
It’s usual for schools to conduct orientation days, school tours and other activities to make incoming freshmen feel at ease in their new school.
By Tracey Paska
To paraphrase the 19th century art critic John Ruskin, when faith and skill work together, expect a masterpiece. Indeed, behind the bronze doors of the Abbey Church of Our Lady of Montserrat lie masterpieces inspired by faith and interpreted by two skilled artists generations apart.