FICROP23G

Field Crop Production (FICROP23G) adviser Mario Sedonio inspected the laboratory activities of students from Northern to Southern parts of Negros Occidental last March 2021. The FICROP23G class comprises first-year BS Agriculture and Business Agriculture Technology students of the School of Agriculture, UNO-Recoletos. The ocular visit aims to validate the students’ field works and prepare themContinue reading “FICROP23G”

OAGRIG13G and SOIFER23G

To inspect and verify the different hands-on component activities conducted in the field as required in the laboratory of Organic Agriculture (OAGRIG13G) and Soil Fertility (SOIFER23G) subjects, the second-year students of the School of Agriculture, UNO-Recoletos, were visited by their professor, December 7-11. OAGRIG13G and SOIFER23G Adviser Armigenia Benedicto, Ph.D., led the inspection of herContinue reading “OAGRIG13G and SOIFER23G”

COVID-19 Story: Staying Positive in the Midst of Precariousness of Life

An insight on COVID-19 by Armigenia O. Benedicto, Ph.D. When both the national and local government units made the pronouncement to implement the home community quarantine (HCQ) in the middle of March, students and senior citizens (I’m one of them) were in total lockdown – no going out of residence; not qualified to avail ofContinue reading “COVID-19 Story: Staying Positive in the Midst of Precariousness of Life”

COVID-19 Story: Making Good Memories

A insight on COVID-19 by Erika Romay The world today is facing a huge problem that affects the lives of every people. The COVID-19 pandemic is not a joke because not only human beings suffer a lot, but also the animals, as well. This virus will ruin the lives of every people. Also, it affectsContinue reading “COVID-19 Story: Making Good Memories”

AgRecoletos prof challenges students during ECQ

To assess if blended/distance learning will be the best alternative approach during the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), Ma. Cecilia Mercado tested her students in the School of Agriculture last April. Mercado, a professor of School of Agriculture at the University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos, dared her students in METARE, BAPROD, and AGECOM classes. “OneContinue reading “AgRecoletos prof challenges students during ECQ”

COVID-19 Story: A Way of Instilling Agriculture in People’s Hearts

An insight on COVID-19 by Raymark Gentugao The most recent and still prevalent global pandemic we call COVID-19 has brought a real pause to the norms of every single student of UNO-Recoletos. I, for one, is a witness of how it changed my daily structures. It feels unusual for a hectic working student to becomeContinue reading “COVID-19 Story: A Way of Instilling Agriculture in People’s Hearts”

AgRecoletos donates disinfectants to La Castellana

COVID-19 has affected the lives of people around the world. Every community is making significant efforts to eliminate this pandemic. However, this war against the invisible-to-the-naked-eye enemy is difficult to take down. It was Monday evening, 20 April. The provincial government of Negros Occidental announced its second confirmed positive case of COVID-19 – a residentContinue reading “AgRecoletos donates disinfectants to La Castellana”

Visualizing what COVID-19 does to your body

By now, researchers and health experts have gained a better understanding of the range of symptoms caused by COVID-19, which include fever, a dry cough, and of course, the dangerous inflammation of the respiratory system. Most of us know that COVID-19 can be much more severe than a typical flu, but lesser known are theContinue reading “Visualizing what COVID-19 does to your body”