JANUARY 24 and 25—the 4th year students of Multimedia Arts showcased works spreading mental health awareness in an art exhibit that graced the Luxembourg Hall for two days. This exhibit, titled Unseen, opened for viewing at 10 AM. There was a total of 21 participating artists displaying 84 artworks, making it one of the biggest internal exhibits Southville has ever seen.
Unseen is the internal exhibit of this year’s graduating class of Multimedia Arts under Mr. Mike Manansala. Artworks included photos, illustrations, paintings, videos, animations, and a sculpture.
“The different mediums used represent the many dimensions of mental health and … [Read more]
Partnership with Asian Hospital & Medical Center for faculty and student enhancement initiatives has been kept active and current. With the shifting healthcare priorities, now focusing on health promotion and disease prevention, last July 15, 2017 Level II BSN students were given the opportunity to experience an interactive forum with experts on wellness at the AHMC during a lay forum entitled “Breathe: A Wholistic Wellness Event”.
The concept of ‘wholism’ which nursing students know as the bio-psycho-socio-spiritual perspective of care has moved to a broader dimension in highlight of promotive health & wellness. Popular and interesting topics on probiotics by … [Read more]