By Keziah G. Huelar
The CPU College of Engineering Batch 2003 celebrating 15 years of the friendship and camaraderie.
‘Tis the season to hold alumni reunions—Centralians all over the globe gathered together to celebrate the Central Spirit and to thank the Lord for His faithfulness. The holiday break gave members of the CPU alumni time to reflect and rekindle their days in the university as well as to make new memories with fellow Centralians.
Remembering and making memories last, the CPU College of Engineering Batch 2003 held their Grand Reunion at Diversion 21 Hotel on December 28, 2018. A homecoming of engineers, the event celebrated 15 years of friendship and recollections.
Work students who worked at the Rose Memorial Auditorium held a mini-reunion during the Christmas holidays.
Centralian work students also met during the holidays and recalled their days at dear Central. Their reunion was one of thanksgiving and praise, highlighting the Central Spirit of excellence and perseverance and, above all, gratefulness to Christ.
An ode to Central, reunions are not only celebrations of friendship, they are also gestures of love, highlighting the importance of friendship and camaraderie. As our CPU alumni celebrated the yuletide season by meeting together with Christ in the center, the Central Spirit is ignited and connected across the continents.