Marzo, Angelu B. BS Psychology 2 - F CFE July 14, 2020 ORIENTING QUESTION: Can you identify in Saint Louis University a similar trend to internationalization, flexibility and diversification? Give two examples of how our university brings the CICM motto (Cor Unum, Anima Una) in practice! (Write your answer in simple sentences, bullet form) In Saint Louis University, there is flexibility, internationalization, and diversification. Saint Louis University is a school composed of students with diversed cultures and are from different regions of the Philippines. Not just that, SLU offers a high-quality education attracting almost a thousand undergraduate and graduate international students from around the globe. They also carry a legacy of innovative academics and research. Saint Louis University is a diversed community of students receiving innovative and transformative education. In addition to that, Saint Louis University also adheres to the CICM motto — Cor Unum, Anima Una through: • Handog ng SLU sa Baguio - The annual “Handog ng SLU sa Baguio” includes various activities, outreach programs, medical activities, concerts, and exhibits where everyone is invited. Saint Louis University had strengthened its ties with Baguio City and its residents by contributing tremendously to its growth and development on different areas such as evangelization, education, infrastructure, and other more. • Arts Festival - The annual ‘arts festival’ has been celebrated every second or third week of March in Saint Louis University. In this said event, students are encouraged to join the Arts Festival organized by the Center for Culture and the Arts of Saint Louis University. Here we can see students showcasing their talents, skills, and abilities in different areas such as music, dance, theater, and arts. The abovesaid examples are just few of the instances where Saint Louis University brought CICM motto — Cor Unum, Anima Una in practice. Indeed, Saint Louis University embraced the CICM motto and put it into action. They did not fail to show how one should embody the genuine spirit of a Louisian.