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To further fulfill its mission of providing solutions to local, national, and global issues by the expert application of knowledge, Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) started a partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region IV-A last January 30, 2018, with the Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement (CSCE) spearheading the affiliation.

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Looking back on another year of community engagement efforts, Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) and its partner communities gathered together for the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony last December 8, 2017.

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“Being the first international research interns of Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) was pressuring yet an accomplishment”, according to 4th year B.S. Chemical Engineering students Regine Clarisse Dipasupil and Gweneth Ysabelle S. Pasco who underwent a short-term research internship at National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) in Hsinchu, Taiwan from October to December 2017.

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“Feels” and “hugots” filled the air as the eleven (11) Musikamalayan 2018 finalists performed their original songs about their “The One That Got Away” or TOTGA live last January 25. The College of Arts and Science (CAS) Student Council, the event organizer, picked TOTGA as their theme because they wanted a topic that would touch the hearts of the listeners and relate to their experiences.

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Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) will be celebrating its 12th Foundation Week with the theme “MCL@12: At the Frontlines, Malayan!” on January 20 to 27, 2018. “This year’s theme was taken from the Malayan Hymn that was written by our dear President, Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea. It is quite prophetic since we are now at a time when important changes are happening in the Philippine educational system. As MCL turns 12 this year, it bravely stands at the frontlines and is directly involved in asserting quality education to be at par with international standards,” shared Dean Maria Rhodora R. Austria of the E.T. Yuchengco College of Business, who is spearheading this year’s week-long celebration.

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iPeople, inc. ("iPeople"), the listed holding company for the education sector of House of Investments Inc., a member of the Yuchengco Group of Companies, and AC Education, Inc. ("AEI"), the wholly-owned education arm of Ayala Corporation, have executed a Non-Binding term sheet for their potential merger. Under the Non-Binding term sheet, the parties agreed to an exclusivity period to complete due diligence, and to finalize the terms and conditions of the proposed merger within the first quarter of 2018. All terms and conditions of the proposed merger, including the involvement of House of Investments and Ayala Corporation in the management of the surviving entity, iPeople, shall be presented for approval by the parties' respective boards of directors and merging parties’ stockholders, and the transaction will be subject to the requisite regulatory approvals as well.

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As cliché as it may seem, the saying “Simplicity is beauty” had been the secret weapon of MCL’s future Rocky Gathercole in his victory in the National Architecture Week: Indakan Runway Competition hosted by United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) and its Student Auxiliary (UAPSA) on December 16, 2017.

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Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) obtained a 70.83% passing rate in the Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination held last November 2017. The names of passers are as follows: 1. Engr. Marinela D. Alcantara 2. Engr. Arianne C. Almodovar 3. Engr. Mandy S. Calupig 4. Engr. Charlene E. Canceran 5. Engr. Katrina Louise R. Catindig 6. Engr. Gerwin P. De Borja 7. Engr. Neil Ivan B. Dimatulac 8. Engr. Camille T. Gamilla 9. Engr. Angelica B. Gozar 10. Engr. Gerald P. Herbosa 11. Engr. Dan Adrian C. Lagpao 12. Engr. Mervin Floyd L. Llana 13. Engr. John Joseph P. Macatlang 14. Engr. Roselyn D. Palado 15. Engr. Justine A. Reyes 16. Engr. Paulo J. Romero 17. Engr. Rhonalyn T. Valeza According to the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), 627 out of 942 takers passed the exam. Congratulations to our board passers!

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