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Children of UA&P employees were given a preview of the Child Development and Education (CDE) Center’s upcoming summer activities last March 8 and 9. The summer program, which will begin on April 3, will be led by SED alumni who are now successful Early Childhood Education practitioners. Enrollment is ongoing.

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UA&P continues to make great strides in the field of business education with the establishment of Southeast Asia Business Studies (SEABS), which offers an Advanced Management Program (AMP), in early 2013. The inaugural classes for the AMP started last January 14 with an initial batch of students consisting of business executives from the Philippines and abroad.

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Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, who is running for reelection in May, was the guest in a brief get-together with UA&P students and employees last February 11.

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Japanese Ambassador Toshinao Urabe yesterday visited UA&P and discussed possible joint projects.

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Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) Secretary-General Martin Hadlow met on February 1 with UA&P officials and talked about possible collaborations with the University.

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After going through the grueling preliminary and semifinal games, the President's Cup Division 1’s Team UYYY and Valle Sixers finally collide in their title bid on March 16 at the MPC. 

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Entrepreneurial Management senior JR Inciong was named The Next Big Food Entrepreneur last December for his mobile bar Mocktail Madness.

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A new Parking and Sports Building (PSB) will soon rise inside the UA&P campus along Pearl and St. Josemaría Escrivá Drives in Ortigas Center, Pasig City. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on February 7 to mark the start of the building construction, which also kicks off a series of construction projects under the University’s Development Office.

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The Sancta Maria Stella Orientis Oratory honors Holy Mary, “Star of the Orient,” serving as the visible heart of the University.

Find out more about Stella O and the University Chaplaincy in their new microsite: http://www.uap.asia/chaplaincy/
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The groundbreaking ceremony for the UA&P Parking and Sports Building (PSB) will be on February 7 (Thursday) at 4:05 pm. The blessing of the site will be officiated by UA&P Head Chaplain Rev. Fr. Roberto Latorre.

From February 7 to the start of operation of the PSB, only a limited number of slots will be available at the open car park on a first-come, first-served basis.

Alternative parking areas that may be used are the following:

For faculty, staff, and guests:
- ACB driveway: one side, from rotunda to Study Hall B
- ALB parking area: double parking for chauffeur-driven cars of guests or employees

Outside the campus:
- Goldloop parking area, creekside, and Tycoon Building parking (usual paying arrangements)
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The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) is a private, not-for-profit institution of higher learning that offers some of the most outstanding academic programs in Asia. It provides a powerful combination of liberal education and professional specialization. The formation of UA&P students is facilitated by an environment conducive to learning, qualified and dedicated teachers, a superior faculty-to-student ratio, and well-maintained facilities.