After Holy Angel University released the recent enrollment and opening timeline, Angelites shared their sentiments on Twitter, making the #HAUyokoNa and “Holy Angel University,” the trending topics nationwide.
#HAUyokoNa has been trending almost a day, started at 6:00 PM (April 24) and lasted at 12:00 PM (April 25) with a total of 12.3k tweets. More so, “Holy Angel University” started to be on the trending slot in the latter.
“Talked to my dad abt not enrolling this coming a.y. at sinabing “mahirap kasi online class” pero real reason is ayaw ko muna sanang isipin nila yung gagastusin ko kase baka kahit ECQ bigla sila lumabas para maghanap ng pagkakakitaan, ayoko marisk yung life nila for me—” @pingulkath
“online classes are ineffective and won’t promote accessible quality education ++ not everyone is privileged to have the resources to comply to academic requirements !! hear us out hau !! #HAUyokoNa” @bncangln
“Not from the Holy Angel University, but I am one with the call of the Angelites in fighting for Quality and Accessible Education. Why are schools still have school fees increases and collection in the middle of this crisis??
The online protest is part of an even greater campaign initiated by The Angelite, HAU SpeakNow, and Anakbayan HAU in alliance with League of Filipino Students HAU, Bahaghari HAU, College Editors Guild – Central Luzon, The Nexus, School of Arts and Sciences – CSC, School of Business and Accountancy – CSC, School of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences – CSC and Psychology Society.
As of this writing, 7,075 people have signed in one with the ANGELITE 7 POINT DEMANDS along with comments of support and sentiments both from parents and students.