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On January 17, 2017 Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) will reach 62 years of its devotion to taking steps in educating the nation. Many graduates have been produced as well as having been participated in promoting Indonesia. One year is like one step of a journey. It can be a step forward or even …

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Three Students Won Management Debate

Parahyangan English Debate Society (PEDs) ranked 3rd in the EURECA Cup organized by the Prasetya Mulya University in Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) City from Tuesday (28/2) to Friday (3/3). The team consisting of two female students of International Relations (HI) class of 2013, Jeanne Sanjaya and Ancilla Pramudita, and a student …

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“Meet the Alumni” by the Association of HI Unpar

Every alumnus/alumna who HAS passed the course, will surely have close ties with students who are still active active in college. In the 2016-2017 academic year, the Public Relations division of the Students Association of International Relations Study Program  (HMPSIHI) of Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) conducted a new work program (proker) …

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Core Skills Should Be Taught By Lecturers To Millenials

The Learning Innovation Center (PIP) of Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) has once again held the Core Skills Introductory Course on Monday (13/3) and Tuesday (14/3) in the Operation Room of Building 0, Unpar Rectorate. Working closely with the British Council Indonesia, PIP Unpar invited Unpar lecturers to participate in discussing the activities designed to …

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Challenges Of Missionary Duties In Facing The Demand of Time

Tantangan Tugas Misioner Hadapi Tuntutan Zaman

Going into 2017, Parahyangan Catholic University (Unpar) reached the age of 62. The journey of more than six decades has proven Unpar’s success in facing the challenges and demands of these changing times. Challenges to the missionary duties of Unpar which continue today, requires that every Unparian must continue to innovate, in …

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Being Viral Yet Wise Through Social Media

Social media has become a form of technology that can no longer be separated from people’s daily lives, especially in Indonesia. With this relatively new technology, everyone can easily access information and communicate. Today, the social media have become a global trend, especially with the development of smart devices (gadgets) connected to …

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62 Anniversary, Six Decades Of Devotion In Priangan Land

Dies Natalis Ke-62, Enam Dekade Mengabdi di Bumi Priangan

There are numerous factors that make a university acknowledged by the community, both by laymen and academicians. One of them is age. An institution that has existed in a long period of time will have demonstrated the ability to overcome the challenges of the times and continue to adapt in various forms …

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Vocational Education, An Effective Method To Fight Poverty In Rural Areas

Poverty has become a contemporary phenomenon in the life of the world community. Undeniably, poverty remains an inhibitor of progress, especially in the field of economy and social welfare. This has encouraged the global society to make poverty an important item on the agenda. In Indonesia, the poverty rate has decreased significantly …

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