Loyola Heights Campus

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History Of The Ateneo De Manila - Early 20th Century
... in Padre Faura, Ermita after a fire destroyed the Intramuros campus in 1932 ... The Ateneo campus was devastated again during World War II ... into various existing Ateneo buildings such as the Ateneo monograms on the gates of the Loyola Heights campus, the iron grillwork on the ground floor of Xavier Hall, and the statue of the Immaculate ...
History Of The Ateneo De Manila - Recent History
... In 1998, the Ateneo’s Rockwell campus, which currently houses the Ateneo Graduate School of Business, the Ateneo School of Law, and the Ateneo School ... The Science Education Complex was completed in the Loyola Heights campus ... the College and the Graduate School restructured into four Loyola Schools the School of Humanities, the John Gokongwei School of Management, the School of Science and Engineering, and the School of Social ...
Ateneo De Manila University - History - Recent History
... In 1998, the Ateneo’s Rockwell campus, which currently houses the Ateneo Graduate School of Business, the Ateneo Law School, and the Ateneo School ... The Science Education Complex was completed in the Loyola Heights campus ... which comprised the College and the Graduate School restructured into four Loyola Schools the School of Humanities, the John Gokongwei School of Management ...

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