Monday, September 19, 2011
Sunday, September 18, 2011
“Acquaintance is a ticket to fortune”, quoted by the Chairman of the Engineering Department-Eng. Jun-Jun Marquez in his opening remarks as Civil engineering students gathered once again in their acquaintance party held at Sunburst Resort, Silay City on July 15.
The event aims to build camaraderie between students and instructors and it also became a venue for the induction of new Association of Civil Engineering Students(ACES) and Phil. Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) officers.
Freshmen CE are acquainted and totally welcomed in the department after the coaster of fun and excitement the event offered.
CE students from different year levels enjoyed in the exiting games-the amazing race and tug-of-war.
On the other hand, howls and laughter resulted as the highlight of the program begun to roll. Eight contestants from first to fifth year vied for the title, Ms. Macho Gay 2011 where Nicco Javier of I-A reigned and crowned.
After the day of seemingly never ending joy, the fresh-buds felt the belongingness-the department had offered them.*Legeon B. Lara
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Aseral on the gleaming lights and cam.
SM Event centre became a crowded venue for the battle of the bests along Negros who got the voice, command and charisma-the 6th ABS-CBN and UNO-R Province Wide News casting Competition on Sept. 4, 1:30 PM.
15 Universities and colleges made it to the finals where Joanna Aseral from CHMSC-T sat as contestant number seven.
CHMSC-Talisay sent three students namely Joanna Aseral, Nicole Abadiano, and Joefell Balagosa to participate in the said event on July 30, 2011 screening held at UNO-R Mass Communication studio.
August 6 became a hot post on Aseral’s part as she crossed the threshold and made it to the Grand Finals during the round for semi-finals.
It's a dream come true to a stude to be on the T.V screen.
Aseral said in an interview that even though she did not made it to the top, she’s still happy on what she attained.*Joefell Francis Balagosa
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College Gym is back to old beautiful Filipino picture as women wear their elegant Filipiniana and men wearing Barong Tagalog on the 19th of August as CHMSC-Talisay celebrated “Araw ng Lahi”.
The event is in line with the celebration of the “Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa” with the theme, “Ang Filipino ay Wikang Panlahat, Ilaw at Lakas sa Tuwid na Landas”.
Part one of the event is the Parade of the Filipino costumes where Ginalyn Guillen of AB 1-A was hailed as the “Ba-e Maanyag” and Carlito B. Patos of BEED 4-B as the “Ginoo Maambong”. Different presentations depicting Filipino culture were also presented.
The day ended with the “Laro ng Lahi“ as the afternoon event.
The whole-month celebration of the “Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa” constitutes Resolution “Blg. 96-1, S.1996” that “Filipino” is being used in the whole country as a language of communication.
The celebration is indeed a success. *Joefell Francis Balagosa
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The College Pub’s new staff namely Rogein Nicole Abadiano, Joahna Aseral, Jessie Cris Bebit, Norelie Ann Canencia, Legion Lara, and Romela Christy Magturo were sent to attend in the said event and participate in different writing contests both in Filipino and English category. Meanwhile, Aseral and Magturo garnered Most Promising in Copy Reading-Filipino and Sports Writing-English respectively.
The PIA under the Presidential Communications Operations Office spearheaded the workshop with the collaboration of Ms. Elsa Subong, Training-in-charge and Atty. Ma. Janet C. Mesa Ph.D, Regional Director.
Media practitioners in Western Visayas discussed various journalism topics such as the Development Communication (Dev. Com), the Basic Tools in Copy Reading, Newsletter, and Wall News as communication and info tool, photojournalism techniques and notes on Publication Design and Online Journalism sponsored by SMART.
The giving of Certificate of Recognition to the awardees marked the last part of the three-day seminar-workshop.*Romela Christy Magturo
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College launched its fully equipped Speech Laboratory ready to be accustomed starting this semester to promote good speaking exercise among CHMSCians.
The said laboratory exclusively occupied by thirty six computer units for speech and communication purposes which will be assisted by an English instructor that endeavors in the field of speaking.
On its initial stage of operation, the College Speech Lab aims to be the capability of communicating in a splendid manner of speaking orally.*Norelie Ann Canencia
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Two parties vies for the allotted positions in the Supreme Student Government (SSG)
Blows from the Progress and shots from the Voice Party made the temperature rise during the Grand Rally held on July 6 at the College Gym and finally boost-up one party after knowing the win on July 8, SSG Election.
It became a hot siege between the two parties during the campaign period.
The election was done at the internet laboratories with the supervision of Engineer Josef Albert Monghe, ICT Director in Automated Election.
Meanwhile, Ernesto D. Matta Jr., BSED III, under the Progress Party won the presidency after garnering 1,148 votes and Roque G. Acse, BSED III and of the same party, was elected as the vice-president obtaining 1,240 votes released by the Committee on Selection and Screening (COMSELEC).
The reigning president’s plan is to unite the three colleges-the College of Education (COed), School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) and College of Inustrial Technology (CIT) together with the elected senators: Edmar Villanueva, Rolyn Alfaro, Joseph Canete, Yuchalen Gantalao, Catherine Jarder, Krishiel Ann Montelibano, Charity Duremdez, Kenneth Geronca, Ivy Lozada, Darlene Grace Gemina, Danrisa Conclara and Manuel Bartolome, and the elected representatives: Ian Bancaya, Azela Ruth Gelico, and Eric Sapul.
Indeed, the election was made successful because the CHMSCians participated. Everybody hopes that the SSG under the new presidency could do a sort of change and aid the studentry.*Romela Christy Magturo
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