CAS DAY 2022

Every Year, the College of Arts and Sciences hosts CAS day for the different societies at the University Gymnasium. This event took place last October 5, 2022, for a whole day having Literary contests in the morning and Musicals in the afternoon. Students and faculties have witnessed different talents coming from different society representatives fromContinue reading “CAS DAY 2022”


The Agriculture Society had its fair share of exhibit display in the College of Arts and Sciences Exhibit, November 15 – 19. The Agriculture exhibit has attracted the crowd with its landscaped-themed design filled with different flora, fauna, products, and outputs from the different areas of Agriculture.   QR codes were placed in front of theContinue reading “UWEEK AGRICULTURE EXHIBIT 2022”


Last December 10, 2022, the 4th year students under the class of Dr. Paulino Oñal conducted a seminar on the Cultural Management of Sweet Potato attended by the Freshmen and Sophomore Aggies. The speakers discussed Cultural Management, Pest Management, Fertilizer and Weed Management in planting a sweet potato. Dr. Oñal catered the students’ questions throughContinue reading “SEMINAR ON SWEET POTATO”


The 2nd Year BSA students performed concoction-making as part of their INECOA23G class, November 23. Engr. Irish M. Tagapan, ABE, spearheaded the activity and monitored the students until the concoction harvest. Organic concoctions are good alternatives to chemical farm inputs due to it being made through the process of fermentation where the potency is enhancedContinue reading “SUGAR, SPICE AND EVERYTHING NICE”


United as one, the College of Arts and Sciences, Agriculture students and faculties celebrated its annual “Agri Day: Fiesta sa Uma” with the theme “Agriculture: Bringing Growth, Ingenuity and Bridging Gaps” which takes the Day 1 celebration at the University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos, School of Agriculture. Along with this, students and faculties celebratedContinue reading “AGGIES AS ONE.”


NInety-nine (99) Business Agriculture Technology (BAT) scholars successfully passed the Animal Production (Poultry-Chicken) NC II and Organic Agriculture Production NC II National Competency Assessment. Four(4) batches of BAT scholars took the National Competency assessments last September 26 – 27, and October 3-5, 2022. Batch 1 and 2 consisting of Forty nine(49) students in total tookContinue reading “COMPETENT PASSERS”


The UNO -R Agriculture Society celebrated the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assissi through a Feeding of Campus animals and Libertad Strays, October 3. St. Francis of Assissi is the Patron Saint of Animals and Ecology. To celebrate his feast, Students and Faculty from UNO – R Agriculture Program roamed around the vicinity withContinue reading “HAPPY FIESTA”

ABP: Financial Statement Literacy

The College of Business, Accountancy, and Computer Studies-Student Council (CABACS-SC) conducted a seminar on ABP: Financial Statement Literacy at The Little Theatre, September 24. The seminar was participated by different colleges and other non-acad organizations. The Agriculture Society was represented by their President and Auditor; James Patrick Laporno and Emmanuel Jacob Montesa. “Transparency is veryContinue reading “ABP: Financial Statement Literacy”


A Freshmen in his senior primetime is ready for A. Y 2022 – 2023. Michael Razon Estacio, 64, is one of the 30 and counting freshmen of the UNO – R School of Agriculture. Estacio started engaging in Agriculture since he was 34 years old. Despite his current status being a freshmen, Estacio is noContinue reading “NO AGE LIMIT FOR LEARNING.”


The CABACS Council and the Agriculture Society of the College of Arts and Sciences started the first phase of their Agri – Business Partnership Project, August 19. In order to mitigate the challenge of food scarcity and promote the concept of sustainability, the organizations thought of merging the courses’ expertise. CABACS governor Jessel V. NobleContinue reading “WHERE CARABAOS AND GRIFFINS MEET”