Far Eastern University Diliman (FEU Diliman) recently celebrated its 23rd anniversary with a groundbreaking activity for a new Basic Education Department Building, at its Mapayapa Village campus in Quezon City. Led by FEU chairman Aurelio Montinola III, the event was attended by members of the school’s board of trustees, administrators, faculty members, and students. Housed within a 10-hectare area, the new facilities will feature a blend of play and learning for the early grades, and collaborative learning for junior high school. “This added structure to the Diliman campus is a symbol of our renewed commitment to address the demands and challenges of 21st century learning,” said FEU Diliman executive director Albert III Cabasada. FEU Diliman was established in 1994 to commemorate the birth centennial of Reyes, the institution’s first president. The college offers degree courses in Accountancy, Business, and IT, as well as elementary and secondary education.