DAPAT KARAPAT DAPAT Isang Hudyat Para sa Pamumunong Nararapat
With the present political turmoil in the country weighing heavily on the lives of millions of Filipinos and the groundswell for the movement for righteous leadership, NWU together with iBelong Philippines and Media Pillars had launched DAPAT KARAPAT DAPAT ISANG HUDYAT PARA SA PAMUMUNONG NARARAPAT Seminar Workshop last September 4 at the NWU Media Hall.

The iBelong Philippines, a group recently convened by patriotic Filipinos from both the private and public sectors to be the forerunners of genuine change in the Philippines and the Media Pillar comprised of seasoned media practitioners representing print, television and radio borne from the true desire to be a positive partner in nation-building, collaborated to launch, "Dapat Karapatdapat" a youth caravan intended to travel to various regions nationwide.
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Bagyo Ondoy Relief Efforts
Super Bagyong Ondoy had left a traumatic and devastating effect on Metro Manila and some parts of Central Luzon. Many had lost members of their family, their homes and property, while others had lost everything. In response to the tragedy, Northwestern University, spearheaded by the Office of the President and the College of Arts and Sciences launched an information campaign for the victims of Bagyo Ondoy. The drive aimed to bring a truck-load of donations to Ateneo de Manila, our partner in the fast and easy distribution of goods. The faculty, employees and students took heed of this call and reached out to the victims of Typhoon Ondoy by donating sacks of rice, used clothes, blankets, medicines, water and canned goods. In his message NWU President Ben Nicolas stated, "What we witness here are Filipinos from all walks of life renewing the bayanihan spirit---that strong Filipino quality that helps them collectively overcome adversity." NWU’S generosity did surely help ease the burden of our distraught and destitute kababayans. This was a clear proof that generosity of humanity knows no bounds.
 
CCJE Holds Drug Awareness Week

CCJE Holds Drug Awareness Week The College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) in cooperation with the Marketing Division of the Corporate Planning Office hosted the Drug Awareness Week with the theme "Tibagin ang Bato: Tama Na Sobra Na" held last September 30 and October 2, 2009 .

The array of activities started with a poster-slogan making contest held at the Apolinario Aquino Multi-Purpose Hall. The contest was actively participated in by thirty (30) teams from various high schools of Ilocos Norte, which include Gabu National High School, St. Joseph High School, Holy Spirit Academy, Ilocos Norte National High School, Ilocos Norte College of Arts and Trades, Bacarra National High School and Batac National High School among others.

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NWU Nursing Clinches 2nd Spot in Region for Nursing Board Exam Passers

Still remains as the province's top producer of nurses Northwestern University still remains as the province’s top producer of nurses as it garnered 61% passing rate in the recently held nursing board exam. The national passing percentage is 44.51%.

In Region 1, NWU is at the 2nd spot in its passing percentage, in the over 100 exam takers category. "The number of those who graduated in nursing with the recent batch (SY 2008-2009) is the peak of the nursing students in NWU," observed Dr. Roseli Aurelio, Dean of College of Allied Health Sciences, as it was the most number of nursing graduates that the school has produced.

Furthermore, if we count the total number of exam takers who passed, NWU would come out as still the top producer of nurses in Ilocos Norte this season. NWU produced a total of 217 new nurses which had their oath taking ceremony at Fort Ilocandia recently.

 
University inks agreement for Criminology Specialized Training Program
The university has forged an agreement with a private institution that will provide training on ship security to boost its specialized training program for Criminology students even as it mulls to do the same for Hotel and Restaurant Management program.

The partnership with MARITECH reiterates the institution's objective to develop student competency and efficiency. MARITECH is a private corporation that specializes in ship security personnel training programs. Through the program, Criminology students will have the opportunity to work in different shipping companies. The program, dubbed Ship Security Personnel Training for Cruise Ship Vessel or Passenger Ship, will provide the students and applicants the required ship security training experience and knowledge with modern techniques using sophisticated equipment. "I am confident that the training program will create a wider avenue for the employ-ability of our Criminology students," Dean Mario Garcia said adding that the students can now have the opportunity to work as Ship Security and Ship Marshall aside from being with the tri-bureaus of DILG: Bureau of Fire Protection, Philippine National Police and the Bureau of Jail Management.

The Department of Hotel and Restaurant Management is also entering into similar agreement with MARITECH to provide BSHRM Cruise-ship Management major students the necessary skills and trainings needed by shipping companies.
 
HS pride shines in National Press Confab
"Before my father passed away, I promised him to excel in everything I do especially so in school".

These were the words of Angelica A. Hernando, a senior High School student of the University, which guided her in the 2008 National Schools Press Conference bagging the silver medal along with her group mates from the region in the Secondary Level Radio Broadcasting and Infomercial, both in English category.

Held in the City of Karonadal, South Cotabato last Feb. 18-22, 2008, the confab theme was "Promoting Consumers' Rights through Campus Journalism". Earlier, she placed second in Copy Reading in the Regional Schools Press Conference held in Manaoag, Pangasinan last Dec. 2007 which qualified her in the national confab.
Hernando, the associate editor of Balintataw, the high school students' official publication, also competed in Copy Reading and Headline Writing-English Category during the national confab.

"I dedicate my awards to my family and friends for they are my inspiration", she concluded.
 
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