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The IS Department celebrates its 50th year with Alumni Diplomats Forum and IS Alumni Homecoming

The IS Department celebrates its 50th year with Alumni Diplomats Forum and IS Alumni Homecoming

Miriam College International Studies Department celebrates its 50th year by holding the International Studies Forum and its first IS Alumni Homecoming. In the IS Forum, four Maryknoll alumnae shared their experiences in foreign diplomatic service to Senior High and College students, while the IS Homecoming gave tribute to three women who were instrumental in the establishment and growth of the IS department.
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A Conversation with Filipino Shoepreneur Tal de Guzman (GS ‘02, HS ‘06) of Risque Designs and Stride Collective

A Conversation with Filipino Shoepreneur Tal de Guzman (GS ‘02, HS ‘06) of Risque Designs and Stride Collective

From Banaag to business, from student to social entrepreneur. A finalist of CITEM’s Red Box Design Talents Competition and one of Wacoal’s Women of the World in 2019, Knoller Tal de Guzman shares her passion for Filipino creativity, the importance of collaboration, and her journey to becoming an entrepreneur who aims to make a social impact.
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College Alums Advocate for Peace at the UN for Voices of SDG16+

College Alums Advocate for Peace at the UN for Voices of SDG16+

Miriam College is proud to have two of its young alumnae promote our core value of Peace at the recently concluded side events in line with the United Nations’ High Level Political Forum at the UN Headquarters in New York. College Alumnae Sophia Dianne “Soda” Garcia (CSC 2000, GS 2007, HS 2011 and COL 2015) and Bianca Pabotoy (COL 2017), participated in the Voices of SDG16+ which focused on Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.
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MCN alumnus Earl Carreos shines as leader and scholar in Bangkok University

MCN alumnus Earl Carreos shines as leader and scholar in Bangkok University

One of Miriam College Nuvali’s (MCN) noble goals when it was put up five years ago as a co-ed school is not just to prepare students for prestigious colleges but to live up to its purpose of “forming leaders in service.” MCN 2017 alumnus Jonathan Earl Duane D. Carreos, now a college scholar of Bangkok University, has proven that a good educational foundation is crucial for any student to be able to spread his wings farther than the span he thought it could reach.
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