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Volume 102, Number 1

University Day 2011 Issue

Official Student Publication of Central Philippine University, Jaro, Iloilo City, Philippines 5000

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CENTER STAGE: Meet Him... An In Depth Interview Meet Her... Mr. & Ms. CPU 2011

High School cuts CBA’s U-Day supremacy; page 4

Former reclaims glory after 14 years What's Inside: In the Dumps page 2 Centralians vent out long-suppressed reactions in U-Day 2011

Too Hot to Handle: University Day's Burning Issues page 2 U-Day's hottest controversies raised and clarified

First frisbee competition held page 6 Engineering studes won

University Day 2011 Tabular Results of Individual Competitions page 7 The official and complete list

Snapshots page 8 U-Day memories captured in action

This is your Publication. You're the voice. We're the echoes.

By Bryan Eric T. Cerebo and Ron Adrian A. Dionaldo

University High School won as the overall champion in this year’s University Day Celebration after garnering 694 points ending the one year reign of the College of Business and Accountancy (CBA). CBA fell short with 87 points followed by the College of Engineering (CoE) in the third spot with 468 total points, allowing the College of Nursing (400) to go after with a difference of 68 points. The College of Computer Studies (CCS) completed the top five with 332 points. High School reclaimed the glory as the U-Day champion after 14 years, leaving the College of Business and Accountancy and the College of Nursing, both were former champions, challenged to get back on the claimed post. When HS Senior Provincial Board Member Jan Christian Española was asked what made them win, he stressed, “The efforts of the Provincial Board under the leadership of Ms. Jothamme Enriquez and the support of the teachers and staff most especially our principal, Dr. Felnor Importante, made us the over-all champion of the University Day 2011.” In the Literary-Musical and Special Events categories, High School accumulated a total of 382 points in winning first place in Acapella Quartet (Male),

BEAMING WITH PRIDE The High School Provincial Board Officers, and Dr. Felnor Importante, principal pose with CPUR President JD Chris Dofeliz and Prime Minister Edgar Biñas.

CPUR holds concert for a sick Ma’am By Brian Michael Moses A. Mejorada

Central Philippine University Republic (CPUR) in a joint venture with Red 8 Events initiated “U-DAY, U-ROCK” featuring the Pinoy rock band, Spongecola along with Iloilo “Lokal” Bands that aimed raise funds for a CPU teacher diagnosed with cervical cancer, at CPU Gymnasium, August 31. Assistant Professor Mary Jane Castellano, an English teacher in the University High School for nine years already and the beneficiary of the CPUR concert for a cause received P25,000.00 on September 19,2011. The money was received on her High School/6 behalf by Dr. Felnor Importante,

principal of the University High School. Castellano, a native of Calinog, Iloilo was diagnosed with cervical cancer last year and is being treated at the Iloilo Mission Hospital. “ The CPUR is always willing to help those in need in any way we can. We saw the concert as an opportunity not only for students and people to have fun but to do something good”, stressed Prime Minister Edgar Binas of the CPUR. On the other hand, the Iloilo LoKal Bands that performed in the concert were Kwatro Kantos, God Child, Joscko and Factory Overhead. More than 1500 supporters watched their favorite bands play their platinum records on stage.


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OPINION "Feeling q bla gadugay na gadugay, galala nagid mga results sng kada events sng U-Day especially sa poetry choir. Feeling q engineering to dapat madaug." -feeler aku

Tani maging fair man ang pagjudge sa mga contests sa U-Day. Ang damo funds, pirmi gid daog. Kaluluoy man ang gamay lang funds pero deserving gd mag daog. Central Spirit man bala?" -victim

"Tani ang high school, mapili na lang sila sang iban nga players ang hindi bala varsity." -crushader_21 These reactions and comments do not re�lect the overall sentiments of the publication. The opinions herein were sent through the text hotline and through personal correspondence with the Central Echo Editorial Board.

“Wala attendance slip sa U-Day di ka kwa exam…ai dala pana?!! Di na ya pwede dapat. Tinunto ito.” -R.E.D.

“Daw ka boring man sang U-day subong, la gid ka taste-taste. Tani next year improve man ang U-day…Thank you =)" -High School Department

“Mga CPUR officials daku uloh! Amu pa lang na gani na-achieve nyo amo na na kamu? How much more magtaas ang rank niyo? Kaluoy lang ang under sinyo eh no? Gin boto gani kamu kay para sa school ta? Gakwa kamu judges la man experience! U-Day pa lang na.” -“LOCA”

“Ngaa kung U-day, daw Mr. & Ms. lng ang may aircon haw? Kay may ticket? Ang iban nga events wala. Anu ni? No ticket, no aircon? Once a year lang gd ni, tipid pa? taas tuition?” -bagit8411 “Not on time nagstart ang parade, nainitan na gani kami, nag-itom pa!” -hyohunnie29

“Sadya sang U-Day, may ihawihaw festival.” -lovekosi”P” “Kahisaon sang mga colleges! Tani pabay-an nlang nila HS, kis-a “Assembly time 5:30, nag-start 8 manlang gadaog." -AWESOME AM na??! Kaluoy man sang mga nag-abot aga pa. Damo japon "Dapat and gapili sang judges LATE!” -Sun-kissed skin pra sa competition wla biases. Ndi nila pagpilion ang pabor sa ila college or dept." “BORING ang U-Day subong… -napirdi Gamay ang tawo.” -dani "Ngaa naghibi ang chief judge sa poetry sa highskul haw? Tungod “Grabe man ang iban nga kay nagsisira ang bulaklak cla? students mag criticize sa mga Ma.sisira ang bulaklak man kami judges. Expert na kaya cla sa bla para heavy drama." field nila. Kaluoy man cla gin-teresa invite na gani ginakontra pa.” -Concerned sa judges "Daku gd tane chansa magdaog ang Mr. Engr. kaso gamay lang “Kakapoy maglakat pagparade. ang nag support. Te ang mga Di pa daun pwede kadala judges kay kun anu pinakagahod, payong. Batok-batok gd ko. amu man na ila pataasan sang Pfrrrrr!” -Skippydippy skor." -hipuson “Kaboring gd ya sang picnic sang "Dugay magstart ang parade..bi CAS! Amu man gyapun pero mahal-mahal council fee. Nahisa ko 6 AM, 7:30 na ya nagsugud." -nainitan ko sa iban nga colleges, sadya cla ya.” -Anonymous

"Ang CPU gapabayad sa room nga usarun magpractice sang mga Centralians sa event nga U-Day nga iya sang CPU. Outsiders kami haw? Ga"Pasugidun! Tempranu pa bayad man kami bala tuition maumpisa ang parade, kag event man to sang CPU. pagkamura late naman…" Pangwartahanay na lang ni gali?" -palatulog -bagit Siling nila bawal mag-kalo kag mag-payong sa parade. Ngaa ang iban wala gani ginasaway kay may kalo kag payong man sila? -Puti

"Wala sila gapadala tubig kag payong magparade. Ganaug nag d energy sng students kay init na gid uhaw pa." -bagtik ulo

"Tani nag-focus man tani ang "Lahat na lang ng contest sa engineering sa quartet. Kanugun U-Day, may daya. Next time, pirme ta daog last nga mga kunin nyong judges, ung may U-Days subong lang ta wala ka experience. Hindi ibig sabihin na isa ka place." sikat ang college, panalo na. -nanugunan -coffee

Too Hot to Handle:

University Day's

Burning Hot Issues

Issue No. 1:

Centralian Star’s Blunder: Who is the real star?

winner that night of August 23. However, after the search, the College of Education protested, saying the scores were erroneously tabulated. The issue rested for five (5) days while the declared star was disturbed because of the protest. How did this happen? Blame it on the pen tabulating the results, or on the hand in control of the pen?

The Search for the Centralian Star is one of University Day’s best. It is one of the most contested titles among Centralians. Unexpectedly this year, a major, major error happened? The contestant from the Truth: According to CPU Republic College of Medicine, Joseph Brent Sardua was declared as Senator Allen Dave Fuego,


OPINION chairperson of the Quest for Centralian Star, a decision was made by the Committee on Protest headed by Atty. Samson Averia regarding the case, and issued an order to re-compute the scores on September 28, 2011. The truth unfolded: the contestant of the College of Education, Nerida Grace Tayo, got the title, followed by the representatives of the College of Medicine, Joseph Brent Sardua, and the College of Computer Studies, Michael Penacerada, as second and third placers respectively.

Issue No. 2:

Alleged Poetry Choir “Ihaw” Festival The issue sizzled when, the University High School won the Poetry Choir contest to the surprise of the audience who were expecting other colleges to win. When results were announced, the High School cheered and clapped in their signature style but the rest of the audience responded with loud “boos” signifying discontentment.

Truth: The members of the Poetry Choir Contest Committee, after being silent for several days, clarified the issue when they were asked about it by a CE correspondent. According to them, no “Ihaw” or any irregularity happened during the Poetry Choir competition last September 3. The judges were highlyrespected experts in poetry choir and came from different universities in the city. They evaluated the performances according to the criteria of the contest. The High School, on their part, never expected to win. When asked their reaction about the alleged “Ihaw”, they stressed

that their values won’t allow during the pageant. them to do it.

Issue No. 3:

Students Sunburned Due to Late Parade The foot parade last September 2 was one of the highlights of the University Day celebration. The event was successful except the parade started late, much to the annoyance of many Centralians.

Truth: The reason… We, the students, were the reason. The assembly time was 5:30 AM, but the students were late, forcing the committee to start the parade at about 8:00 AM instead of 6 AM. Furthermore, the formation of the initials, “CPU”, by the students delayed the event. Though it was amazingly unique, the idea was quite new to the students who found it tricky to fill in the letters.

Issue No. 4:

Missing: Mr. Education Many were wondering why Yong Jae Pi (Mr. Education 2011) was not in the pictorial of Mr. and Ms. CPU 2011. His picture was neither included in the promotional poster nor in the CPU Website.

Truth: The naked truth… Mr. Education, a Korean soccer player, backed out from the Pageant because of a scheduled game. However, because of bad weather, the game was cancelled and Yong Jae Pi decided to join again, though he decided only on the day before the Talents Night. Furthermore, Mr. Pi also said that he wanted Ms. Candelaria Evangelista (Ms. Education 2011) to have a supportive partner

Issue No. 5:

Cheerdance Winners: Where was Engineering? The College of Business and Accountancy (CBA), the College of Engineering (CoE) and the College of Computer Studies (CCS) respectively won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in this year’s Pep Squad (Cheerdance) Competition, September 3. The three winners were privileged to compete again during the Milo Marathon, September 18. However, only CBA, Nursing and CCS joined the event, thus almost everyone wondered, “Where did Engineering go?”

3 contests used the ranking system in which the arbiters rank the contestants, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and so on and then get the average to determine the final ranking. In other contests, the judges get the average of the scores of the participants according to the criteria then rank them from highest to lowest. There is no uniform system in judging for all contests. Each competition has a unique set of criteria and method of scoring.

Issue No. 7:

“NO AIR!”

Included in “In the Dumps” section of this newsletter, was the issue raised by an anonymous student about the use of the air conditioners in the Rose Memorial Auditorium during the Search for Mr. & Ms. CPU. The student asked why other events Truth: Other than time-constraint did not use the “air-cons.” to change the chant, and study for the pre-final exams, the Truth: The pageant used the air Engineering Pep Squad had a conditi oners because the Search solid and humble reason why for Mr. & Ms. CPU was one of the they did not participate during the Milo Marathon. Their trainer, highlights of the University Day who came from the University celebration and it was included of San Agustin, also had another in the budget for the said event. Pep Squad Team that already However, there is no truth that it signified to join in the same was the only event that used the air conditioners. competition. The Engineering The U-Day events on did not want to compete with September 3 (Folk Dance, Poetry the other team of their trainer so Choir, and Chorale) also used with humble discretion, gave way the air-cons during the duration and declined to participate. of the contests. Furthermore, no ticket was required for the Issue No. 6: students to watch the events.

Doing the Math for U-Day

Different contests call for different criteria and different judges. Students inquired how judges rated and scored the contestants in a competition. Did they use the ranking system, or the averaging system? Truth: The answer: It depends on the contest and the judges. Some

This section is intended to clarify issues and concerns that took place in this year's University Day. We handled them fairly by soliciting responses f r o m proper authority.


Meet Him Meet Her... 4

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eauty and brains ruled the stage of Rose Memorial Auditorium on September 3, 2011 as candidates of the different colleges and departments in this university did their best to grab the title as Mr. and Ms. Central Philippine University 2011. Elegantly and sveltely walking on the runway in a gold and glittery gown, Ms. CBA, Charmaine Grace Deatras, bested the other ten female candidates making her way to be crowned as Ms. CPU 2011. While putting his full faith and trust in the Divine Providence, Mr. CBA, Val Peter James Billones, aced other male candidates as he outsmarted them in interview portion. But what awaits the two after being crowned as the king and queen of CPU? Let’s talk in a serious mode, who are

CENTER STAGE

AN IN DEPTH INTERVIEW WITH

MR. & MS. CPU 2011

these winners and what did they do to win the crown. Let’s go in depth.

CE: What does winning the title mean to you? Is this something you aspired for long ago? Val: For me, winning this competition is an important dream made to a reality. I never aspired of joining this big event and to win the title Mr. CPU. It’s just simply God’s way of proving His ability to make dreams come true. Charmaine: It opens a new chapter in my life as a Centralian. I aspired for it a long time ago, but having the doubts with myself, I hesitated at first. The title helped me to realize that I can do more things than usual. It’s a gift from G o d

that I truly  Interview By: Brian Michael Moses A. Mejorada, cherish and Joy F. Galagate and Christianne Anne Pimentel need to take care of. It’s also a test of my personality, if prestige CE: What do you think were will change me for the worse or your strengths that enabled you for the better, or if I will still be to rise above the competition me or be the improved me. and win you the title? If there is a weakness about your CE: How do you describe your personality that you didn't want experience as participant of to be known or noticed, what is the competition? What is your it? impression of other contestants? Val: The experience was a total package. Not only that I could express myself to other contestants but also learning about their cultures in their respective colleges and respecting it. Charmaine: A one of a kind unforgettable experience! It’s never been a competition of people hungry for the title, it’s a very friendly one. I’m lucky enough to belong in this year’s batch of contestants. They never ran out of jokes, we would laugh during rehearsals, and talk about various things. We became hungry for snacks together, been nervous together and enjoyed together. Somehow I can say that they are not my competitors but they are my new friends.

Val: All of us are already winners but reality speaks that there must be a winner. For me, it was all because of God. He enabled me to carry out the things that He had in store for me that made me stand out. Charmaine: We are all winners, being the representative of our respective colleges is a great honor. We have strengths that enabled us to be qualified in the pageant, but for me I just stayed true and sincere with myself, walk, actions and answers in all interviews. I let God lead the way all throughout the competition. CE: How does it feel to be crowned Mr./Ms. CPU 2011?

Val: It was an overwhelming yet humbling experience. I’m just an ordinary guy used by God to do Name: Charmaine Grace Castañares Deatras extraordinary things.

Course & Year: BS Accountancy, Third Year Birthday: March 15, 1992 Philosophy in Life: The highest place in the world is still under the Lord's feet.

Charmaine: I had a big celebration in my heart when I heard the hosts


CENTER STAGE announced that I’m Ms. CPU 2011. I was overwhelmed because I never thought that I would win. I’m really grateful, because with the title, I had the opportunity to share a "lollapalooza" experience with my extraordinary, true friends, mentors and loved ones. Now I can say it again, God indeed loves me. CE: Do you think that this competition contributed to your personal development? What aspect of the competition do you consider most rewarding? Val: Yah! It has furthermore enhanced my social, emotional, and spiritual skills. The most rewarding time was when I just laid down everything to God and said: “Let Your will be done.” Charmaine: It contributed a lot! Considering the fact that before the pageant I was just a simple girl who was afraid to be in the limelight and chose to blend in the crowd. It seems that the experience boosted my self esteem. It also strengthened my faith in God, with all the ups and downs in the competition. The most rewarding part for me was being on stage, and hearing my friends’ yells and support as expressions of their love, and seeing my family in the front seats looking at me with great admiration, all fears and pressure turned into a big smile with my heart pounding of thankfulness.

time and no matter what would be the outcome, the important thing is that I am speaking from my heart, acknowledging God. Charmaine: It’s the most challenging part of the pageant for me, because expressing your thoughts in front of a keen audience is difficult. I asked advice from my advisers and never go without prayers! I’m really dreaded with the questions that were too personal because I might say the wrong answer that could hurt someone. I don’t want to be emotional in front of a big crowd, that’s kind of shameful for me. CE: The title of Mr/Ms. CPU brings with responsibility. Do you think it puts pressure on you as a person? How does it affect your lifestyle? Are there drastic changes that have to be made in your behavior? Val: It takes a lot of responsibility being the Mr. CPU. I must constantly guard my heart, words, and actions. Charmaine: Definitely, it does. I’m not perfect to feel so confident that I can be exactly what people expect Ms. CPU should be. Now, I need to be more lady-like and lessen the “ROTC-cadet-like”. I’m more conscious with my actions, words, and more careful enough in decision-making but I also make sure that Charmaine still remains just as she is, only improved. CE: Since you stepped into this university, have you ever imagined yourself joining and winning this pageant?

Charmaine: I did, but never thought of winning. I received some invitations to attend the screening for Ms. CBA since my first year here in CPU, but due to some reasons I wasn't chosen to be Ms. CBA. I would say that right things happen at the right time and God’s plan always prevails. CE: As the reigning Mr./Ms. CPU, what can you do to uphold the true essence of the Central Spirit? Val: Knowledge is useless if not used for God’s greatest glory. For in all things, achievements, dreams, and hopes, it’s still Jesus that matters most. Charmaine: Just be a Centralian in heart and mind, and I’ll try to excel as I’m guided with CPU’s vision and mission. It might be ideal, easy-to-say-and-hard-todo, but if coupled with sincerity and God’s wisdom, upholding Central Spirit will be possible. CE: What do you think was your edge that made you different and stand out among other contestants? Val: I didn’t have any edge. It’s just that I put everything in God’s control. Charmaine: “If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for there will always be greater and lesser persons than yourself.” It’s a line from my favorite poem, Desiderata. We are all unique, and we stand out in our own ways. It was God’s plan for me to win and I believe He has greater

CE: Certainly, looks have to be complemented by brains. Did you find the interview portion Val: No! I never really have challenging? How did you come to imagine my self winning prepare yourself? What kind this. of questions did you dread? Do you think you got the right question? Name: Val Peter James Bacero Billones Val: It was challenging. It just prayed and asked God for the right words and the right question. It was just in

Course & Year: BS in Business Administration Major in Marketing Management, Fourth Year Birthday: January 17, 1992 Philosophy in Life: For me to live is Christ and to die is gain.

5 plans for my fellow contestants. CE: What is your message to the aspiring Centralians who would like to join the pageant? Any words of advice? Val: To all Centralians: “Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart.” It’s not about the looks, talents, gifts, potential and skills. It’s all about Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. Even religion can’t save us, but only our relationship with Jesus that could make the impossible happen in our lives– no more, no less, only Jesus. Charmaine: First things first. SMILE and always smile! My wise friend once said to me that I must not look around and seek others' weaknesses and strengths but look up to God because He is the greatest. With God’s guidance, you will know what you need to develop, do and follow. Share your talents and abilities because if you don’t, they might go to waste and be buried. If it’s really for you, then be humble and grateful. If not, look around and you’ll see many doors that are still open.


NEWS

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University holds first frisbee competition Engineering wins gold By Ron Adrian Dionaldo

THROW FOR VICTORY The Engineering student gives the best shot for the first University Day Ultimate Frisbee competition.

High School cuts... from page 1

Dancesport (Latin), Dancesport (Modern), Debate, Declamation Filipino, Extempo Filipino, Oration Filipino, Poetry Choir, Vocal Duet Pop and Vocal Solo Pop and second place in most of the Special Events including Foot Parade, Sports Parade and Mr. and Miss CPU. “We have the right combination of the best advisers, coaches and students. Our victory is because of God’s grace!” gladly said Dr. Importante in an ambush interview. High School also overthrew CBA as the victor of sports after the former accumulated 300 points in the Sport and Athletics category whereas the latter only garnered 278 points. “We, too, have done our best. But I can pinpoint this defeat to miscommunication and lack of openness among us. We are all in the process of adapting to a new environment of leadership which is a bit harder for all of us. Managing the biggest population is no easy task. After all, we tried giving the best shot for our province”, stressed CBA Governor

Mark Gano. Meanwhile, the College of Engineering aced all except one academic contests namely General Information and Math, giving way for the College of Theology to once again take reign of the Bible Quiz. The U-Day Awarding Ceremony was held at the Alumni Promenade Concert Park, September 30, 2011.

The College of Engineering made record after besting other teams and emerging as winner in the first ever University Day Ultimate Frisbee competition. Out of nine initial participants, the number went down to two as the College of Engineering (CoE) and the College of Hospitality Management (CHM) fought for first place during the championship game held in the afternoon of September 3 at the University Parade Grounds with the former claiming victory in a final score of 13 against 2. Meanwhile, CHM made as far as second place and was followed by the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) in third place. When asked how it felt to win the first University Day Ultimate Frisbee competition, Engineering Team adviser Ms. Iann Mae Yangga said, “I feel proud of the players, especially since most of them are first year students.”

Furthermore, she stressed the importance of discipline and interest in the sport and hopes that by next year, ultimate frisbee will be given the same importance afforded to the other U-Day games and that the competition among the colleges will be more challenging. Ultimate frisbee is a noncontact sport played by many students in the campus, but it was only during this year that CPU saw its debut as an official game in the list of University Day activities.

U-Day 2011 Overall Championship Rank

College/Department

Total Points

1

High School

694

2

Business and Accountancy

607

3

Engineering

468

4

Nursing

400

5

Computer Studies

332

6

Hospitality Management

308

7

Education

291

8

Arts and Sciences

242

9

Medicine

113

10

Theology

103

11

Graduate Studies

87

12

CARES/Law

58

12

Elementary

58


NEWS

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Contest

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

Accapella Quartet (Male)

High School

CCS

Nursing

Badminton (M)

High School

Nursing

CCS

Badminton (W)

High School

CBA

CHM

Band

CHM

Nursing

Engineering

Basketball (M)

CBA

Engineering

CHM

Basketball (W)

Engineering

High School

Nursing

Bible Quiz

Theology

CBA

Engineering

Binalaybay

Theology

Education

Nursing

Chess (M)

CBA

High School

CCS

Chess (W)

Elementary

CBA

High School

Choral

Nursing

High School

CAS

Creat/Intrp Dance

CBA

Nursing

High School

Dancesport (Latin)

High School

CBA

CHM

Danesport (Modern)

High School

CCS

CBA

Debate

High School

Engineering

Nursing

Declamation (English)

CARES/Law

CBA

High School

Declamation (Filipino)

High School

CHM

CCS

Extempo (English)

CBA

High School

Nursing/CCS/Education

Extempo (Filipino)

High School

CBA

CAS

CBA

High School

High School

Nursing

Foot Parade

Education

High School

Nursing

General Info

Engineering

CBA

CCS

Guitar Duet

Engineering

CCS

High School

Guitar Solo

Engineering

High School

CBA Graduate Studies

Lawn Tennis (M)

High School

Engineering

Lawn Tennis (W)

High School

CHM

Education

Lip Synch

Nursing

CHM

High School

Math Quiz

Engineering

CBA

High School

Miss CPU

CBA

High School

Education

Mr. CPU

CBA

High School

Nursing Medicine

Oration (English)

Theology

Education

Oration (Filipino)

High School

CAS

Nursing

Picnic

CHM

Nursing

Engineering

Pep Squad (Cheerdance)

CBA

Engineering

CCS

Poetry Choir

High School

CBA

Nursing

Quest – CPU Star

Education

Medicine

CCS

Sports Parade

CCS

High School

CBA

Sepak Takraw

CBA

Engineering

CHM

Soccer (M)

Education

CHM

High School

Soccer (W)

Engineering

CBA

Education

Softball (M)

CAS

Theology

CBA

Softball (W)

CHM

Engineering

CBA

Swimming (M)

High School

CBA

Engineering

Swimming (W)

High School

Engineering

CBA

Table Tennis (M)

High School

Engineering

CCS

Table Tennis (W)

High School

Education

Nursing

Triathlon (M)

CBA

Engineering

CHM Engineering

Triathlon (W)

High School

CBA

Ultimate Frisbee

Engineering

CHM

CAS

V. Duet (Pop)

High School

CCS

CAS

V. Solo (Classical)

CAS

CHM

Nursing

V. Solo (Pop)

High School

CBA

Nursing

Volleyball (M)

High School

Engineering

Nursing

Volleyball (W)

High School

CBA

CCS

Women's Trio

Theology

CAS

Education

University Day 2011 Tabular Results of Individual Competitions

CCS CBA

Source: CPU Infocenter and CPU Official Website

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CENTRAL ECHO Editorial Board

Raniel C. Ponteras Editor-in-Chief

Jo Jan Paul J. PeĂąol Associate Editor

Airon B. Buenvenida Managing Editor

Bryan Eric T. Cerebo News Editor

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