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Strenghtening Silaturahmi, Unpar Held Ngabuburit and Buka Bersama

The holy month of Ramadhan is the perfect time to build relationships among people. This is no exception for the Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar), which has long established good cooperation with various parties. In order to strengthen the relationship as well as foster good relations, especially with school partners and the media, …

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Discussion as the Identity of Academic Culture

It is impossible to talk about the academic world without involving the term “discussion”. Discussion itself refers to a scientific meeting, when there is a process of exchanging of ideas between individuals related to certain issues. Discussion becomes a vessel/medium as well as a process for science to develop into something more …

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Interview with 2 Indonesian Female Climbers of the Seven Summits

seven summits

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The female student duo Mathilda Dwi Lestari and Fransiska Dimitri are the first female climbers from Indonesia to perform an expedition to the seventh of the world’s highest peaks / seven summits. Their ascent began on Mount Carstensz, Papua, in 2014. After that, four other summits were climbed, …

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Internship at Akatiga, Helping Marginalized People

Kaum Marginal

Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) has a number of international cooperations with many agencies and institutions, one of which is the Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS). This consortium provides the opportunity for Australian citizens to study in Indonesia for a full semester. Unpar is host to the International Relations Program and West Java Field Study . The program …

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Unpar Attended the 16th Asia Security Summit

Asia Security Summit

Lecturers from Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) have incessantly expanded out of Indonesia. This time around, the Head of the International Relations Program, Sylvia Yazid, Ph.D had the opportunity to fulfill  the invitation from the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) to attend the 16 th Asia Security Summit : IISS Shangri-La Dialogue which took place in Singapore on  June 2-4, 2017. This Lecturer …

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The Pancasila (Spirited) University

Universities that do not open up for differences are not universities. In the context of Indonesia, universities that value differences in opinions, identities, and values ​​should be referred to as Pancasila (Spirited) Universities. However, considering the tendency in Perguruan Tinggi / universities (PT) – especially state-owned universities – today, Sulistyowati Irianto …

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Continuing the Struggle to Conquer Denali

The Women of Indonesia’s Seven Summits Expedition of Mahitala Unpar (WISSEMU) will continue its journey to the highest peak in North America, namely Mount Denali in Alaska. The commencing ceremony was held on Friday (9/6) at the Arntz-Geisse Learning Center (PPAG) of Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar), to be continued with a press …

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Celebrating The Birth of Pancasila

The basic philosophy of the Indonesian state is none other than Pancasila (The Five Principles). This is in harmony with its name derived from Sanskrit, panca , meaning five, and sila means principle or precepts . The five Principles/Precepts are contained in the preamble of the 1945 Constitution which is the source of all sources of law. Pancasila and …

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