Colegio de San Juan de Letran
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Dalubhasaan ng San Juan de Letrán
San Juan de Letran College
|Latin: Ecclesiasticus Sancti Iohannis Lateranus Collegium Manilana|
|Colegio de Niños Huerfanos de San Juan de Letran and Colegio de Huerfanos de San Pedro y San Pablo|
|Motto||Deus, Patria, LETRAN|
Motto in English
|God, Fatherland, LETRAN|
|Type||Private, Roman Catholic, Dominican|
Don Juan Alonso Jeronimo Guerrero |
Fray Diego de Santa Maria O.P.
|Chancellor||Very Rev. Fr. Bruno Cadoré, OP, S.Th.D|
|Rector||Rev. Fr. Clarence Victor Marquez, OP, S.Th.D (Letran-Manila, Letran-Bataan); Rev. Fr. Arthur B. Dingel, OP (Letran-Calamba)|
151 Muralla Street Intramuros, Manila, Philippines|
|Hymn||Himno del Colegio de Letran|
|Colors||Royal Blue and Red|
|Affiliations||NCAA (Philippines), CEAP, Intramuros Consortium, U-Belt, PAASCU|
|Mascot||Johnny The Big Knight|
Colegio de San Juan de Letran (CSJL, Filipino: Dalubhasaan ng San Juan de Letran, colloquially, "Letran") is a Private Roman Catholic Dominican institution of higher learning located in Intramuros, Manila, in the Philippines. The college was founded in 1620. Colegio de San Juan de Letran has the distinction of being the oldest college in the Philippines and the oldest secondary institution in Asia. It is owned and administered by the friars of the Order of Preachers (Dominicans) of the Philippine Dominican Province. The school has produced Philippine presidents, revolutionary heroes, poets, legislators, members of the clergy, jurists, and it is also one of the only Philippine schools that has produced several Catholic saints who lived and studied on its campus. The school's patron saint is St. John the Baptist while its patroness is Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary and Our Lady of Arantzazu. The campus contains two statues, representing the two foremost alumni in the fields of secular and religious service: former Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon and Vietnamese Saint Vicente Liem de la Paz.
Letran has programs in Business, Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Information Technology, Digital Arts, Communication Arts, Accountancy, Engineering. The colleges are divided into six departments: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS), College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA), College of Education (CoEd), Institute of Communication (iCOMM), Institute of Information Technology (iIT), College of Engineering (CoE). The Colegio has successful athletic programs, particularly in basketball, football (soccer), volleyball, taekwondo, and tennis. Through the years Letran has produced numerous athletes that have donned the national colors (especially in basketball) in international events like the Olympics, Asian Games, Southeast Asian Games, Jones Cup, and FIBA World Championship. Letran is a long-time member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
The Colegio was given Level 3 accreditation by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities in the Elementary department, the highest possible level for basic education; Level 2 for the High School department, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS), and the College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA).
- 1 History
- 2 Campus
- 2.1 St. John the Baptist Building
- 2.2 St. Dominic de Guzman Building
- 2.3 St. Thomas Aquinas Building
- 2.4 St. Raymond of Peñafort Building
- 2.5 St. Albert the Great Building
- 2.6 St. Antoninus Building
- 2.7 St. Vincent Ferrer Building
- 2.8 Blessed Antonio Varona Gymnasium
- 2.9 San Vicente Liem dela Paz Dormitory
- 3 Academics
- 3.1 College of Business Administration and Accountancy
- 3.2 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- 3.3 College of Education
- 3.4 College of Engineering
- 3.5 Graduate School - Professional School for Continuing Education in Business
- 3.6 Basic Education
- 4 Athletics
- 5 Other Campuses
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Official Publications
- 8 Notable alumni (Letran Manila)
- 9 Sources
- 10 References
- 11 External links
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Colegio de San Juan de Letran
1620-32 - Juan Alonso Jeronimo Guerrero
The name San Juan de Letran is derived from the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome, considered as the Mother Church of Christendom. Early in the history of the colegio, its chapel was granted many of the privileges enjoyed by the major basilica. Saint John the Baptist, for whom the basilica is named, is the patron saint of the Colegio.
The college was founded by Don Juan Geromino Guerrero in 1620, a retired Spanish officer and one of the Knights of Malta, in Intramuros as 'Colegio de Niños Huerfanos de San Juan de Letran. The school was intended to educate and mold orphans to be good Christian citizens.
Around the month of May in 1632, Fray Diego de Santa Maria, O.P. arrived at the Sto. Domingo convent from Spain via Mexico. He was officially assigned to this same convent on April 23, 1633 and was given the task of conventual porter. He founded the Colegio de Huerfanos de San Pedro y San Pablo. As Don Guerrero grew old, the two schools were fused together, and in 1706, the Provincial Chapter of the Dominicans in the Philippines decided to adopt officially the name Colegio de San Juan de Letran in memory of its first founder, Don Juan Alonso Jeronimo Guerrero.
In 1738, under the reign of King Philip V of Spain opened the Colegio de San Juan de Letran and University of Santo Tomas, and six scholarships were granted by the king for Chinese, Japanese, and Tongkinese (Vietnamese) students. Vicente Liem de la Paz, Letran's foremost alumnus and heavenly patron, was among the students who enjoyed this scholarship taking up trivium and quadrivium along with four tonkinese namely: Jose de Santo Tomas, Juan de Santo Domingo, Pedro Martir and Pedro de San Jacinto.
In May 1865, Letran was graded as a College of the First Class by royal decree ordered by Queen Isabella II and, as a result, the school population rose considerably.
In 1886 rector Fr. Bernardino Nozaleda re-organized the school's curriculum into the Lower, Middle, and Superior grades (Infima, Media y Superior) to conform to modern European and American teaching patterns.
Further expansion took place in 1894 and adjustments were made with the arrival of the Americans in 1900.
After celebrating its tricentennial, Letran was headed by the Rev. Fr. Martin Guillet O.P., who was tasked with replacing Letran's old infrastructure and constructing a new and modern building.
The new facilities were inaugurated and blessed by Rev. Fr. Martin Guillet O.P.. The new St. John the Baptist Building became the Colegio's main building and facade. These events were followed by the construction of the Elementary, High School and College buildings replacing the old structures respectively. The buildings were named after the Dominican founder and saints.
World War II
The growth of the Colegio was temporarily arrested when the building was bombed in 1941 and turned into a garrison by the Japanese army in 1944. The Colegio was temporarily housed in the Dominican church and convent of San Juan del Monte. In school year 1942, classes were temporarily transferred to the Dominican Sanctuario of San Juan del Monte. After the war, Letran returned to its home in Intramuros and resumed operations in 1946. Several new construction projects were inaugurated to replace the old structures wrecked by the war.
First Filipino rector
The first Filipino rector and president of the Colegio de San Juan de Letran was Fr. Isidro Katigbak O.P. who served for four straight years. Letran has served by the majority of Spanish rectors and presidents for over 400 years.
The school began accepting female students in its college department in the 1970s while the grade school and high school departments started accepting female enrollees in June 2005.
In April 2007, Fr. Tamerlane Lana O.P. was elected rector and president of Letran, of the Intramuros and Abucay campuses, by the Board of Trustees to serve a four-year term until April 2011. Fr. Lana became the 80th rector of the Manila campus. Fr. Lana's administration has undertaken the task of changing and upgrading on the Colegio's academic standards to meet those required to attain university status. This work also includes the revision of the vision and mission, research development, community service, and the 12-year strategic plan for 2008 until 2020, the quadricentenary of the colegio.
In October 2007, two former Letran administrators were among the 498 Spanish martyrs beatified by Pope Benedict XVI. They are Fr. Jesus Villaverde Andres, OP, a former rector; and Fr. Antonio Varona Ortega, OP, a former professor and moderator of the NCAA Philippines.
On July 3, 2008, Fr. Lana formally launched the Letran Center for Intramuros Studies (LCIS). The initiative to establish the center sprang from the 12-year development plan as the school hopes to become a leader in cultural and historical studies, particularly on the subject of Intramuros. The day also marked the 435th anniversary of the signing of the royal decree by King Philip II in San Lorenzo, Spain on July 3, 1573 that prescribed the foundation of Hispanic colonial towns, which served as basis for the systematic layout for the establishment of Intramuros, which was known then as Spanish Manila.
In April 2011, Fr. Tamerlane Lana O.P. was re-elected rector and president of Letran for a second term (2011–2015).
In June 2015, Fr. Clarence Victor C. Marquez, O.P. was elected 81st Rector and President of Letran Manila and Bataan (2015-2019).
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The colegio is composed of seven buildings:
St. John the Baptist Building
Also known as the Administration Building, it houses the office of the rector and president. It houses the Admission Office, Financial Affairs Office, The Letran Center for Intramuros Studies Office (LCIS), Guidance Counselor Office, the Information Technology Center, College of Business Administration and Accountancy, College of Education, and the Institute of Information Technology. The bookstore, lobby, speech laboratory, and chapel are also in this building. The St. John Lateran convent of the Letran Dominican Fathers is located here.
St. Dominic de Guzman Building
The building who was named after the founder of the Order of Preachers (Dominicans). This building houses classrooms, Science and Psychology Laboratory, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and The Institute of Communication.
St. Thomas Aquinas Building
This building houses the Library and Media Center for Communication Arts students. The Media Center has two sections: Instructional Media and Broadcast Media. It provides human and material resources for instructional and broadcast purposes. Among the facilities are an audio-video library, viewing rooms, instructional media resources for circulation. Services include lending of instructional materials, rendering the execution of art work, photo coverage and black-and-white photo developing and printing. For broadcast media facilities, the TV production studio, radio production and studio post-production. Services offered are audio and video production and editing, video coverage, etc. Several facilities are the Apple Mac-Lab Editing Suite, TV Studio, Radio Mini Station and many more. The library is divided into sections:
- Filipiniana Section
- Circulation Section
- High School Library
- Graduate School Library
- Media Library
- Internet Section
- Periodical Section
- Archives Section
The St. Thomas Building has a television for televiewing purposes.
St. Raymond of Peñafort Building
This building is also known as the High School Building. St. Raymond of Peñafort houses the Office of the Vice Rector for Religious Affairs. It includes the Accounting Stock Room, Lost and Found Office, Hospitality Management Facility, Auxiliary Services, Audit Services, Letran Alumni Association Office, and the Center for Community Development Office. The school clinic is in this building.
St. Albert the Great Building
This building is also known as the Student Center Building because it houses student facilities such as the canteens, a modern 400-seat auditorium, Office of the Student Affairs, Letran Student Council Office, the Graduate School faculty room and student lounge, six SC classrooms, Thesis Section, The Lance Publication Office, and the Office of the Dean in Graduate School.
St. Antoninus Building
It holds the Letran's several computer laboratories for the Information Technology students and the Philippines' first Microsoft IT Academy. It also houses the IQUAME Working Room. The ground floor serves as the student lounge.
St. Vincent Ferrer Building
It serves as the elementary, senior high school, college of engineering, institute of information technology and houses the music room.
Blessed Antonio Varona Gymnasium
It is the home of the Knights and Squires of the NCAA and other sports competitions. Letran Gym has a three physical education classrooms with a centralized air-conditioned units. It houses the Letran Hall of Fame and the P.E. faculty. The Letran Gym is named in honor of Blessed Antonio Varona, OP, former Letran Professor and Athletics Moderator.
San Vicente Liem dela Paz Dormitory
The dormitory of Letran Manila.
College of Business Administration and Accountancy
The College of Business Administration and Accountancy offers a wide range of business courses especially in management. Letran's CBAA was known as the flagship college of the institution. The college produced many alumni and students who excelled in the field of business: one of these is the prominent Filipino businessman Enrique Zobel de Ayala — the first patriarch of the Zobel de Ayala family.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Same as the CBAA, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences or CLAS is the flagship college offering courses in the colegio. Its Liberal Studies program offers required subjects in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Languages and Health, and Physical Education. It also offers majors in Communication Arts, Psychology, Political Science, AB Advertising, AB Public Relation, AB Journalism, and AB Broadcasting. It likewise offers subjects required in all courses such as Seminar Workshop and Practicum (SWP), Research Methods and Practicum (RMP) where students are required to undertake " on the job training" and come up with a research paper (thesis). Community Service is given a central place in all courses. The CLAS also offers as part of its core curriculum subjects such as theology and other supplemental activities like parish exposure, retreats and recollection, community outreach program to our adopted communities.
CLAS was accredited by the PAASCU in May 2005.
The CLAS also has programs that focus not only improving research in the Colegio, such as evaluation of the panel members, thesis advisers and even the defense proceedings to ensure quality research outputs by our students. The best theses awards program will be implemented this school year.
Foreign languages as electives such as Mandarin, French, Spanish and Japanese are also offered in the CLAS.
Members of the college's staff have been required to have master's degrees and are required to continuously improve themselves academically and professionally by attending seminars, workshops, conferences etc. and to participate in spiritual, social and cultural activities in and out of the Colegio. The annual Echo Seminar organized by the CLAS is an opportunity for all faculty who had attended various activities outside to share their experiences and insights and give impetus to stimulating academic interactions among the faculty. Likewise, the faculty of each area are required to come up with an action research output presented in a colloquium spearheaded by the RPOD. Moreover, the faculty and staff had been encouraged to use Technology as an educational tool in research; to facilitate effectiveness and efficiency in office operation and Instruction.
Institute of Communication
The Institute of Communication, called iComm, offers programs, several of which are considered as the flagship courses of the Colegio. For 10 consecutive years, students of the Institute of Communication brought home awards from the Catholic Mass Media Awards and Metro Manila Film Festival for student categories. Letran iComm students also won the prominent Student Academy Awards, the IBDA'A Awards. The institute was also awarded as 'School of the year' by the Philippine Quill Awards. And also, IComm has been producing multi-talented students that excels inside the Colegio.
College of Education
The College of Education of Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Manila also serves courses for Secondary Education. The CoE of Letran Manila also got 100% Passing rates from the LET Licensure Examinations.
College of Engineering
The Colegio is aiming to help supply that demand by producing quality engineers who are also God-centered and patriotic.
The college of Engineering is a separate college, with its own Dean and faculty members. Like the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the College of Business Administration and Accountancy, Engineering will be expected to project Letran's uniqueness and brand of excellence in the delivery of educational services to young people.
The soon-to-be-offered Engineering programs are meant to solidify one of the Colegio's thrusts, stated by Rector and President Rev. Fr. Tamerlane Lana, O.P. as "to be attuned both with the present and with the future so that it can continue to move forward and remain relevant and responsive to the needs of the times."
Institute of Information Technology
The Institute of Information Technology of Letran Manila is the first recognized Microsoft IT Academy in the Philippines. It is one of the academic institutions that offers a degree in Information Technology mapped with the premier certification from Microsoft.
Graduate School - Professional School for Continuing Education in Business
The Letran Graduate School is located at the St. Albert the Great building.
The Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Manila has a Basic Education department that has been in existence for almost 400 years.
The Elementary Level caters a two-year start from pre-school and six years of elementary, Now forming part of the Basic Education Department of the Colegio, the elementary level starts from the first two yearsof pre-school – Kindergarten and Preparatory – and six years of elementary education. The pupils in this Department are called Pages, the name given to those who are in the first stage of knighthood. Here, pupils are taught the basic rudiments not only of reading, writing, and arithmetic but also of other areas, which include character formation.The Elementary Department of Letran Manila is located at the St. Vincent Ferrer building.
The High School Department is in the St. Raymond of Penafort building.
The Colegio currently participates in basketball, volleyball, football (soccer), track and field, taekwondo, Lawn Tennis, and table tennis. The varsity teams are called Letran Knights (for seniors division), Squires (for juniors division) and Lady Knights (for women's division)
The seniors basketball team is the 2nd most successful team in the NCAA. Since joining in the 1928-29 season, the Knights have won a total of seventeen titles. The most recent championship came in the 2015-2016 tournament, with a record of 13-5 in the eliminations, and 2-1 in the Finals for an overall record of 15-6.
Their most prominent rivals are the De La Salle Green Archers (before the Green Archers left the NCAA), San Beda Red Lions, San Sebastian Stags and the Mapua Cardinals, their neighbor in Intramuros.
Rev. Fr. Rogelio Alarcon, O.P., former rector and president of Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Intramuros, Manila and an alumnus proposed the idea of having another campus in the north. Bataan was chosen. Initially, two sites were presented: Hermosa and Balanga City. Abucay came into the picture later, after three years in the conceptualization stage. By what could be described as heavenly intercession and providential twists, Abucay was selected. The community of St. John Lateran, the Board of Colegio de San Juan de Letran and the Council of the Philippine Dominican Province approved the establishment of Letran-Abucay in 1998.
Construction started in 2000 in the fifteen-hectare area, donated by Mayor and Mrs. Liberato Santiago, Mr. and Mrs. Nicanor Soriano and Gov. and Mrs. Leonardo Roman. Views of the Manila Bay and the surrounding mountains, including Mt. Samat, envelope the site.[tone] One of the main attractions of Letran-Abucay is its relatively undisturbed natural area and environment.
Preparations for the establishment of the Letran-Abucay spanned over the terms of three Filipino Dominican provincials: Rev. Fr. Quirico Pedregosa, O.P., Rev. Fr. Ernesto Arceo, O.P. and Rev. Fr. Edmund Nantes, O.P., an alumnus. Rev. Fr. Edwin Lao, O.P., former rector and president of Letran-Intramuros spearheaded the over-all construction of the building and the formulation of the guiding principles of the institution. The blessing and inauguration on June 4, 2006 coincided with the gathering of the priors and superiors of the Philippine Dominican Province. Bishop Socrates Villegas, D.D., also an alumnus, officiated the Eucharistic celebration and blessing.
Letran Bataan produced its first batch of graduates in March 2010. Letran Bataan Science High School will open on June 2011
When government declared its policy of decongesting Metro Manila, the Dominican Province of the Philippines instituted long-term plan which included the establishment of an extension school in Laguna was prepared by the Commission for the Planning of the Ministry of the Word.
The school was founded on March 11, 1979. Rev. Fr. Ramon Salinas, OP was the project director; Rev. Fr. Jesse Lorete, OP served as the Coordinator of Student/Personnel Services; and Mr. Jose Marcelino, Principal of the Elementary Department of Letran-Intramuros, was the academic provost. Being an extension campus, Letran-Calamba was placed under the supervision of Rev. Fr. Regino Cortez, OP, the rector of Letran-Intramuros.
On August 7, 1986, Letran-Calamba finally gained its autonomy from Letran-Intramuros with the installation of Rev. Fr. Tamerlane Lana, OP, as its first president and rector.
With the school buildings still under construction, the first semester of its first school year saw Letran's pioneer instructors (most of whom commuted from Letran-Manila) and students holding classes at the rented half-finished building of Laguna Poly medic Center, Inc. now known as the PAMANA.
To smoothen the school operations, Rev. Fr. Patricio Apa, O.P. was designated the First Director of Letran-Calamba in 1980. Assisting him as the Academic Provost was Mr. Constante Molina.
The year 1981 saw the blessing of the four-storey main Building, the three-storey engineering/Elementary/High School Building and the Shop. Various offices and services were expanded to insure the implementation of the development plan and programs. The college departments had their first academic heads; Engr. Dominador Chua for Engineering and Commerce, and Rev. Fr. Enrico Gonzales, O.P. for Arts & Sciences.
Letran-Calamba graduates took the board examinations both in Mechanical Engineering and Certified Public Accountant licensing exam with several of the Mechanical Engineering board passers landing on top positions. In 1987-1991, Letran placed 20th (average ranking by the Professional Regulation Commission) in the Overall National Passing Percentage of Mechanical Engineers, ranking second in Region IV in the 1987 ME Board Examination.
Last March 2010 Electronics Engineering examination, 75% of those who took the licensure examination passed which edged up the 27% national passing rate.
On August 8, 2014, Our Lady of Manaoag College signed a MOA with Letran-Manila, Letran-Calamba, and Letran-Bataan for the Letran System Integration, and on Sept 6, 2014, the proposal of changing its name to Colegio de San Juan de Letran-Manaoag was unanimously approved by its Board of Trustees.
It was on the 3rd of October that Our Lady of Manaoag College had the launching of its new name. An institutional Mass was celebrated with Fr. Jerry Manlangit, OP, the School President, as Main Celebrant and with Fr. Roland Mactal, OP, the School’s Assistant Chaplain; Fr. Orlando Aceron, OP, the Rector of Letran-Manila, and Fr. Raymund Fernando Jose, OP, the Executive Vice President of Letran-Bataan as concelebrants. Before the Mass ended Fr. Orlando Aceron, OP, welcomed Letran-Manaoag with a very touching Inspirational Message. After the Mass, a grand motorcade was held, passing through Manaoag, Urdaneta, Binalonan, Laoac, Pozorrubio, San Jacinto, Mangaldan, Dagupan, Calasiao, Sta. Barbara, Mapandan, and back to Manaoag. The motorcade was led by the image of Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag and was participated by pupils and students from all levels, their parents as well as some Alumni of the school. The Delta Com Riders ushered and assisted the motorcade from its starting point to its destination. PNP Manaoag was also visible; P/C Insp. Edison Velo Revita deployed 20 policemen to assist the traffic in spite of their hectic schedule due to their Tactical Inspection scheduled also that day. The Poblacion Baranggay Captain was also present, and he in turn deployed 14 Baranggay Tanods. Through the generosity of Col. David B. Diciano INF(GSC)PA and Col. Pedro C. Dulos, Jr. FA(GSC)PA, Camp Tito Abat lent us two (2) 6×6 Trucks and an Elf with 7 military men to assist. Upon reaching the school, the unveiling of the school’s new name was led by Fr. Jerry Manlangit, OP, and Sr. Ma. Lorenza Sajul, OP. It was a very touching moment, I personally witnessed that the students and participants as well as visitors were silently waiting and excited, with their cameras on hand. Then when they caught sight of the new name they jumped and shouted with jubilation. The Binyag Arriba followed, Fr. Jerry Manlangit, OP, made the introduction and Fr. Anthony Eudela, OP “baptized” them. After the Binyag Arriba, there was an exhibition of the Arriba Letran Drum and Lyre Corps. An Inspirational Message from Fr. Jerry Manlangit, OP, emphasizing on the Arriba Letran Spirit, followed. After which was a viewing of the official video of the Letran System Integration followed by the most awaited moment, the singing of the Letran Hymn. Henceforth, the Rosarian Letranites armed with the Arriba Spirit will venture towards the future facing every challenge with Letran-Manila, Letran-Calamba, and Letran-Bataan united as one. Arriba Letran-Manaoag! Source: (Dominican Province of the Philippines) www.opphil.org/ph/
- The Lance, the official student publication of Colegio de San Juan de Letran - Manila
- The Letran Scroll for the High School Level
- Letran Page for the Elementary Level
- Muralla is the literary portfolio of The Lance
- Letran News for the Administration
- KNIGHTline for Letran Alumni Association
- Luz Y Saber - Letran Research Journal
- Letranense - Yearbook
- The Shield, the official student publication of Colegio de San Juan de Letran - Bataan
- The Squires Chronicle, the official student publication of the high school department of Letran - Bataan
- "Ang Pahayangang Inggo", the official student publication in Filipino language of the high school department of Letran - Bataan
- The Knight, the official publication of the collegiate department of Letran-Calamba
- The Squire, the official publication of the high school department of Letran-Calamba
- Ang Kabalyero, the official publication, in Filipino language, of the high school department of Letran-Calamba
- The Page, the official publication of the elementary department of Letran-Calamba
- Barangay Letran, the official publication of the administration and academic schools of Letran-Calamba
- Lilok - Letran-Calamba research journal.
Notable alumni (Letran Manila)
Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of the Philippines
Heroes of the Philippine Revolution
Other government officials
Men of Cloth
For the Alumni list:
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