AgRecoletos holds first online orientation for Summer Class

University President Rev. Fr. Don Besana witnessed the first online orientation of the School of Agriculture as UNO-Recoletos kicked off the first day of Summer Class 2020, June 17. Fr. Besana surprisingly visited the AgRecoletos area and said the School of Agriculture is ready to answer the call for blended learning, especially in this timeContinue reading “AgRecoletos holds first online orientation for Summer Class”

UNO-R opens Online Enrollment System for Summer Classes

The University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos (UNO-R) is now accepting students for Summer Classes through its Online Enrollment System , June 1. To adhere to CHED COVID ADVISORY No. 6 dated April 13, 2020, UNO-R set guidelines for those who will be qualified for Summer Classes. According to UNO-R’s website, the following are qualified:Continue reading “UNO-R opens Online Enrollment System for Summer Classes”

3R Integrated Organic Farm

In an inner and serene place in San Carlos City, one can find an area venturing into livestock production. When it started as a livestock-based farm, its name was coined from the first letter of the names Romeo, Rose, and Renzy, the family owners. After Dr. Romeo Agraviador, a Medical Doctor, became an advocate andContinue reading “3R Integrated Organic Farm”

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”

Grace Organic Farm

A quote from the book of Isaiah 28: 23-29, which tells about the parable of the farmer, was a great inspiration that pushed a man whose desire and goal in life is to ensure the health and welfare of his family. Armed with this spiritual weapon coupled with his passion for rice farming, Pastor JerryContinue reading “Grace Organic Farm”

COVID-19 Story: Treasures during this Pandemic

An insight in COVID-19 by Rommie Ravinne Gene Celebrado COVID-19 is the Earth’s hope since the modern-day for her time of healing against the abuse of human activities that make it impossible to renew its natural beauty. Earth is healing itself. Corona has affected us but cured our nature. Indeed history repeats itself. The pandemicContinue reading “COVID-19 Story: Treasures during this Pandemic”

COVID-19 Story: Charity Starts at Home

An insight on COVID-19 by Miss Irish Macainan, ABE A thing that begins at home and usually stays there attracts to what we believe “charity”. People in need of it tend to be filled with love and joy as they feel important in every small thing that one can give. Overwhelming, it is, but asContinue reading “COVID-19 Story: Charity Starts at Home”

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”