Lingayen, Pangasinan, Philippines
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Author: PRPIO Lingayen

COVID survivors share stories of hope in combating the disease

IT IS VERY UNUSUAL to celebrate the annual observation of Civil Service Commission (CSC) Month with a heart-wrenching sharing of real-life battle stories of COVID survivors. And for employees like Mr. John F. Quinto, Engr. Lina Cancino and Mr. Mike Arquillano, their eye-opening, first-hand experiences with COVID will give hopes for people to get through…
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Making impossible possible with #gaLINGAYEN character

THE IDEA THAT fishermen should be able to fish anywhere, when they want is tough— but not impossible. This year truly reveals the spirit of every PSUnian that as pandemic situation prevails, the unshakeable commitments stand resilient to meet all set targets in this challenging time. Evident to the midyear balanced scorecard of Lingayen Campus,…
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Best experience awaits for incoming LCians even in virtual platform

THE CLASS OF 2025 will miss out many traditional opportunities during their first year because of COVID-19 pandemic, but Lingayen Campus made sure that they will run out ‘best experience’ even in virtual platform. Instead of experiencing a conventional jam-packed student assembly, first year and transferee students were required to begin the transition to college…
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LCian’s Bali-og inspired costume stuns netizens, champs PPL designing contest

THE BALI-OG INSPIRED indigenous costume of Francis Ramirez is definitely not a ‘sashay away’ masterpiece, making it stood out amongst the other native artworks in the recent designing competition sponsored by the Pangasinan Provincial Library (PPL). On August 31 (Tuesday), the PPL announced the winner on the ‘Paggawa ng Katutubong Kasuotan sa pamamagitan ng mga…
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PSU FOR ALL: Making education more inclusive for indigenous peoples

EDUCATION IS A SIGNIFICANT INITIATOR of community development. It is an everyday battle for a dreamer like Jessica Nisperos, a member of Kankanaey tribal group in Sitio Mapita, Aguilar who aspires of becoming a teacher—that she might face difficulties in her studies and be “left behind” as she enters the collegiate arena. With the upshot…
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