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Weekly Centralian Link (March 2, 2018)

CPU celebrates CEW

Centralians fill the Rose Memorial Auditorium during the Christ Emphasis Week celebration.

“…With you always” (Psalm 23:4)—Celebrating the faithfulness of God to the university for 112 years, Central Philippine University dedicates this year’s Christ Emphasis Week to reaching out to those experiencing depression and loneliness. Held on February 23 to March 2, 2018, the eight-day event is a testimony of encouragement and love, highlighting God’s promise that he will never leave us nor forsake us.

Mental Health, being one of the leading issues faced by society today, is common among young people. The pressures of study and career, the standards imposed by the media, and the increasing discontent brought about by a competitive society have contributed greatly to the depression and low self-esteem among the youth. According to Rev. Cris Amorsolo V. Sian, there is a growing pressure among the youth especially brought about by new media. “The world will tell you, ‘Go here, go there, buy this, buy that, do this, do that.’ There is so much going on that we seek contentment in things that only give us temporary pleasure.”

Rev. Dr. Jerson B. Narciso, CPBC General Secretary, talked about the constant faithfulness of God.

Rev. Jesse Magno encourages Centralians to offer their lives to the Lord, the only source of peace and security.

Pastor Albert Mark Java shared about the steadfast love of God.

Shout unto God a song of praise – Centralians led the praise and worship session.

This however is not a losing case; rather, it is a great expression of our need to welcome God into our lives as the author of life and the giver of purpose. This year’s CEW has gathered speakers and witnesses of faith. For the high school convocation, Rev. Jesse Magno and Pastor Albert Mark Java shared the Word of God, highlighting that God’s faithfulness is present, be it in good or hard times.

For the elementary convocation, Pastor Chobel Ferrer encouraged young Centralians to take heart and be brave knowing that Jesus loves them and He will never forsake them. She also encouraged the elementary students to cheer one another.

Meanwhile, for the college and senior high school students, the speakers Rev. Dr. Jerson B. Narciso, CPBC General Secretary; Dr. Margen A. Java, Director, CPU Office of Development Program; and Pastor Niza Joy F. Santiago, an alumnus of CPU as well and pastor in a CPBC church in Capiz, used the lecture-forum format where they answered students’ questions about combating depression and helping others after their discussion.

CPU’s Christ Emphasis Week is part of the university’s commitment not only in producing excellent professionals that impart their time and talent to the community at large but also in encouraging Christian values in the workplace, school, and home that combat depression and loneliness. It is to be part of a community of believers that encourage, love, and uplift one another.

CPU holds faculty and staff convocation

CPU President, Dr. Teodoro C. Robles talked about the vital role of CPU faculty and staff in molding the faith of young Centralians.

Christ in the center of it all—Central   Philippine University held its bi-annual Faculty and Staff Convocation at the University Church on February 23, 2018. The convocation is in preparation for the second semester Christ Emphasis Week which was held from February 23 to March 2, 2018.

This year’s theme “…With you always” highlights the need to address the growing issue of loneliness and depression in the community. Verse 4 taken from Psalm 23, one of the most popular passages in the Bible, aims to encourage, comfort and secure those who not only seek peace in a demanding world but also those who want to continue a strong journey with the Lord.

Faculty and Staff Convention Speaker, Prof. Rea Angelica F. Villeza, preached on how the love of God helps us overcome depression and loneliness.

For the welcome and greetings, CPU President, Dr. Teodoro C. Robles, emphasized the role of teachers in encouraging young Centralians to trust God and pursue their calling in the Lord. “As teachers, you leave a message to our students about Christ Emphasis Week, about church ministry and campus ministry. It is an important role that is strengthened by your personal faith in God and your passion to mold young Centralians.”

For the introduction of the CEW theme and text, Rev. Cris Amorsolo V. Sian, Senior Pastor of the University Church shared that the theme is a response to the Christian calling of encouraging others and leading them to Christ. “We are cognizant of the fact that behind the façade of great technological and scientific innovation that grant us remarkable capacity to travel, communicate, and explore the world, a lot of people are still lonely.”

According to him, this year’s CEW is about reaching out to those who are experiencing depression and anxiety. “We are aiming to minister to those who are undergoing tough times by tapping into our spiritual resource in the Scriptures. We are also aiming to increase the awareness of the Centralian community on this topic of loneliness and to encourage the hearers that there is a need for us to create a safe haven, a caring and compassionate community where our uniqueness is honored and respected, our gifts are celebrated and our brokenness is restored by the power of God.”

Mr. Hanzel Gonzales, CPU College of Commerce alumnus and his wife Mrs. Verna May Catedral Gonzales, CPU College of Nursing alumna rendered a song number.

After which, the CPU Teatro, Sining, Atbp. performed a theatrical number showing the temptations of worldly life, the pains of depression and loneliness, and the healing of God and His steadfast faithfulness.

For the proclaimed Word, Prof. Rea Angelica F. Villeza, Faculty, Religion and Ethics Department, College of Theology, talked about depression as one of the leading issues that society needs to address. She also highlighted the role of Christian institutions such as CPU to encourage young people about the goodness and faithfulness of God. “The greatest irony is that we have the technology to make it easy for us to stay connected, yet there are so many people experiencing loneliness. Suicide is the second leading cause of death. With everything going on in the world, there is a perfect reminder that people need a good shepherd. People need God.”

According to her, verse 4 is the highlight of Psalm 23. “This verse is the climax of a shepherd journeying with the sheep. Here, we see God’s faithfulness and His goodness. That though we walk in the valley as dark as death, we shall fear no evil for He is with us.” Prof. Villeza encouraged the CPU faculty and staff to be stewards of God’s Word and goodness, encouraging young Centralians and imparting the Lord’s promises for their lives.

The prayer for the CEW was then led by Vice President for Student Affairs, Rev. Joniel Howard H. Gico.

College of Law holds special convocation

Rev. Cris Amorsolo V. Sian, Senior Pastor, University Church.

In line with the celebration of Christ Emphasis Week, the Central Philippine University College of Law held its biannual special convocation at the Educational Media Center (EMC) on February 28, 2018.

For the words of welcome, College of Law Dean, Atty. Zacarias D. Bedona Jr., shared the anecdote about Mr. Philip Bliss. “In 1958, one of the best and popular singers was Philip Bliss. Years later, the descendants of Philip Bliss sent Mr. Albert B. Smith a letter. The letter contained the story of young Philip and his teacher Mrs. Murphy. Before he learned to read and write, Mrs. Murphy made the children memorize Psalm 23. One time, the children were made to recite the verse, and Philip recited the lines, ‘surely good Miss Murphy will follow me all the days of my life.’”

Dean Bedona shared that this year’s CEW text, Psalm 23, is a verse close to his heart because it was his wife’s favorite before she died. “This verse is also very dear to me because I would sometimes read the verse as, ‘[S]urely goodness and Mercy will follow me all the days of my life.’ Mercy is the name of my wife. I hope that tonight you will encounter God in a very special way.”

For the message, University Church Senior Pastor, Rev. Cris Amorsolo V. Sian, talked about loneliness and depression as one of the leading issues the youth face today. “Amos 8:11 talks about a famine. It says, ‘‘Be certain of this, the time is coming,’ says the sovereign Lord.

‘when I will send a famine through the land—not a shortage of food or water but an end to divine revelation! People will stagger from sea to sea, and from the north around to the east. They will wander about looking for a revelation from the Lord, but they will not find any. In that day your beautiful young women and your young men will faint from thirst. These are the ones who now take oaths in the name of the sinful idol goddess of Samaria. They vow, ‘As surely as your god lives, O Dan,’ or ‘As surely as your beloved one lives, O Beer Sheba!’ But they will fall down and not get up again.’’”

According to Rev. Sian, there is a special mention of the youth in the said verse. “The verse talks about beautiful young women and young men and it speaks about your generation, and how vulnerable the times are in this stage of your life. I am not saying the previous generation is better but nowadays the temptation is greater and the desire to satisfy is met with temporary solutions to a permanent problem.”

Rev. Sian shares about the 2018 Grammy Awards in Madison Square Garden, New York. “During the 2018 Grammys, one of the nominated song of the year was “1-800-273-8255”—this is the hotline number of the National Suicide Prevention Lifetime. The song talks about a man wanting to die and then on the other side someone talks to him that it’s not the end, that there is hope. Every day, the hotlines received around 6,000 to 7,000 phone calls and it only speaks of the magnitude of depression. A lot of people are calling for help and a lot of people are in despair.”

He goes on to talk that the root cause of depression and loneliness is that people have forsaken God. “If you hunger for food, it can be remedied, but the famine of the soul does not have a solution from a human perspective. There is no shortage in the preaching of the Word of God. There is a famine in hearing. Because of our rejection of God, the consequence is meaninglessness and desperation. The solution is to go back to God.”

Ending his sermon, Rev. Sian told the story of Ernest Hemingway’s “The Capital of the World.” In the story, a man and his son, Paco, had an argument and the latter ran away. The father looked for Paco everywhere and after failing to find him, eventually published a post in the newspaper saying, “Paco, meet me at Hotel Montana at noon on Tuesday. All is forgiven! Love, Papa.” On the said day, the man went to the said hotel and to his surprise he found 800 young men named Paco. “There is a deep hunger for forgiveness. Picture God as a loving father who calls us home. Our hearts are restless until we find rest in Him.”

A reflection on the CEW theme “…With you always”

Always with you – prayers are encounters with the King.

A story is told about a cruel king who brought his servant with him to hunt in the forest near his kingdom. A lot of exotic birds and other animals abound, but he was fascinated with a spotted dear roaming the forest.

The servant, due to his tribe’s belief, advised the king not to harm the deer. The king did not listen, and instead trained his bow at the animal. As the king was about to release an arrow, a fierce lion jumped over him from somewhere behind. Just then, the servant readily pierced a spear into the lion. The lion died shortly.

The king was saved but lost one of his fingers defending himself from the attack. The pain made him so angry that instead of thanking the servant, he sent him to jail. The servant said to the king, “God is so good. He saved you”.

Without minding the servant, He bandaged his finger and rushed back to the forest, cursing and promising himself to get the deer this time. “I’d rather go hunting alone!”

While approaching the forest, a band of natives armed with knives grabbed the king and brought him to where their chieftain was starting a ritual. The king was bound and placed on an altar, then was offered as sacrifice to the tribe’s god.

Then the chieftain discovered that the king had a missing finger. “He is not whole to be offered to our god!” The chieftain had him released, and he ran back to his palace. And being grateful, the king released his servant and apologized for putting him in jail. Then he said to the servant, “Our God is really good. He saved me from being sacrificed to their god. But,” he added “why did he let me put you in jail?” Then the servant answered, “God is good! If He had allowed me to go with you, I would have been the one to be sacrificed.”

God is good anytime. He never leaves us nor allows us to be in danger. He even leads us and guides us in our decisions so that we should be safe. Let us remember this comforting verse from Psalms 23:4, “Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.”

Yes, Jesus is with us always!

CPU RCECC, AFTEA Inc. and UNIFIED hold seminar on Digitalization of the Classroom

RCECC Director, Dr. Lenny Rose P. Mucho and guest speaker, Prof. Marvin Cadornigara giving certificates of attendance to the participants.

Bringing new media into the classroom—The CPU Review, Continuing Education and Consultancy Center (RCECC) in partnership with the Association of Filipino Teachers in Eastern America (AFTEA) Inc. and the United Federation of Filipino-American Educators (UNIFIED) held a seminar on Digitalization of the Classroom at the Educational Media (EMC) Center on February 21, 2018.

For the welcome remarks, Vice President for Student Affairs, Rev. Joniel Howard H. Gico, thanked the participants for attending the event. He also highlighted the importance of incorporating new media in the classroom to expand the educational experience of students.

The seminar featured guest speaker, Prof. Marvin Cadornigara, who lectured on Writing in the Content Area, Social Media in the Classroom, Use of Google Drive as Professional Digital Portfolio, Cyber Databases as Sources of Authentic Data for Writing, and Use of Apps in the Classroom.

RCECC Director, Dr. Lenny Rose P. Mucho and guest speaker, Prof. Marvin Cadornigara together with participants.

Prof. Cadornigara, a CPU alumnus, was one of the recipients of the 2017 Lee H. Bryant Outstanding New York State Teacher Award sponsored by the New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE). He was also recognized by the Association of Fil-Am Teachers in America, Inc. and received the 2017 Ulirang Guro-America’s Finest Teacher Award from the said organization.

Mr. Cadornigara moved to New York City in September 2004 and joined the New York City Department of Education through its International Teachers Program. He taught at three public schools for 13 years before he transferred in 2017 to the Queens Adult Learning Center in Long Island City, Queens.

CPU Community Engagement and Service Learning Center: Reaching out for development and progress

Prof. Levi O. De Los Santos, Director for Community Engagement and Service Learning Center.

One of the important items in the Mission Statement of Central Philippine University is community service. It involves, among others, programs of scientific, technological, cultural and allied studies intended to help people and communities from the local to the national level.

As the official arm of the university in carrying out its function in extension service, this is where CPU Community Engagement and Service Learning Center (formerly University Research and Outreach Center) embarks on its program for the communities. Beneficiary response and valuing of what CPU extends to the communities is reciprocal to the active support and assistance of students and organizations in CESLC outreach programs.

Prof. Levi O. de los Santos, CESLC Program Director, came from the NGO sector before joining CPU. He has developed stronger partnerships and linkages with many other institutions, government agencies, and alumni organizations.

De los Santos has been trained in Community and Micro Business Development. He has organized many outreach projects—among them, health and nutrition for school-age students, environmental conservation and technical assistance to farmers, and related assistance to survivors of disaster (such as the survivors of typhoon Yolanda).

Among the successful and sustaining partnership and linkages of CESLC are Haribon Foundation International, Greg Secker Foundation, Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), and Department of Agriculture (DA), and a number of overseas alumni chapters.

The Greg Secker Foundation was responsible for building homes in a village in the Lemery municipality in Iloilo. Dressmaking projects were awarded by the CPU outreach program in cooperation with DSWD to community recipients. The CESLC is also a benefactor to the Work Study program in the university.

For the cause of global environmental concerns and climate change, CESLC is focused at the moment on natural and environmental outreach activities. One relevant activity for CPU CESLC is the Haribon Foundation Roadshow Presentation on March 9 at the Good Shepherd’s Fold Academy (GSFA) in Salvacion, Buenavista, Guimaras. The activity is also in cooperation with the Good Shepherd’s Fold Academy Alumni Association and the CPU Office of Communications.

The activity will benefit GSFA and will impart additional knowledge and education to the students with regards to the environment and nature. The Good Shepherd’s Fold Academy sits on a hill overlooking Guimaras Strait and Iloilo City.

CPUR Elections: Now and then

The CPU Koalisyon Party. Photo Credit: CPU Koalisyon Party Facebook Page

The CPU Reform Party. Photo Credit: CPU Reform Party Facebook Page

Big challenge is here as CPUR candidates hit the campaign trail for this year’s Central Philippine University Student Republic Elections. The campaign period began on February 25 and ends on March 8. The summer heat begins as partisans and followers of the Reform and the Koalisyon political parties beat it to the draw.

So we ask: What is it like now? What was it like then?

Now and then, students in support of the candidates donate streamers, flyers, and buntings from their own pockets. During the early 80’s, campaign materials were very crude. Sack cloth was used, but it was so costly that newspapers and mimeographing paper were the more common canvases. Candidates’ names, mottos, and slogans were written using enamel paint or black-heavy markers. On the other hand, the red marker pen was popular among the radicals.

Party politics then, as now, involved official color representation: red, yellow, green, and blue. Parties also got creative in gaining support and party promotions, such as the use of jeepneys.

The Partido ng Mag-aaral at Sambayanan (PangMasa), whose President was Gerardo “Gerry Sonalan,” got the support of the Jaro-CPU Jeepney Drivers Association. They allowed the students to install PangMasa banners and stickers on their jeepneys as well as loud speakers. The boarding houses around CPU were not spared. They got involved with nocturnal candidates and their supporters knocking on the doors in the evening to woo boarders for their votes.

Nowadays, campaign materials like tarpaulins are durable and can withstand the heat and rain. The social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, seems to be a more effective platform and offers wider coverage for the CPUR campaign.

The presidential candidate of the incumbent political party Koalisyon is Charmine Pearl Galo, while John Michael Suelo represents the Reform Party. Both presidential candidates are leading eight senatorial candidates. Among those who will win the eight seats in the senate, the prime minister will be chosen.

The prime minister is authorized to manage the day to day affairs and business of the student republic which includes the governors of the provinces (academic departments) and their constituents, the republic’s ministers (about 8 ministries), and its Supreme Court. However, only the president has the authority to negotiate and represent CPUR in the CPU Board of Trustees. The CPU Republic structure is based on the French Republic model. This is a product of the amendments to the constitution which was then based on the Constitution of the Philippine Republic.

It is noteworthy to hear that most of the platforms of government from this year’s candidates are geared towards the improvement of the studentry.

The CPUR Elections will be held on March 9, 2018.

CPU PSME and IIEE holds outreach seminar

Student participants from Leonora S. Salapantan National High School shared their insights during the project presentation.

Bringing technological innovations to students across the province—The Central Philippine University Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers and Integrated Institute of Electrical Engineers held a seminar-workshop entitled, “Engineering Innovations: A Workshop on Arduino Microcontroller,” at the Leonora S. Salapantan National High School on February 20, 2018

In the orientation, Engr. Gelvie C. Lagos encouraged the students to take an interest in software engineering while CPU Software Engineering students gave a lecture on the basics of software programming, its importance, and how it can be used to help Filipino communities. The group also taught about Arduino-an open-source platform used for building electronics projects. Arduino consists of both a physical programmable circuit board (often referred to as a microcontroller) and a piece of software or IDE (Integrated Development Environment) that runs computers and is used to write and upload computer code to the physical board.

The CPU College of Engineering faculty and students together with the particpants.

As part of their activity, the participants using the Arduino were given the task of brainstorming and putting into practical use a project which will be beneficial to their school and community in general. Some of the projects include street lights for their municipality and motion sensor lights which will help schools save on electricity.

The CPU College of Engineering also gave an Arduino kit to Leonora S. Salapantan National High School. The kit will help students learn and develop skills in basic software engineering.

CPU plays with IloiloTeam at WVRAA meet; wins many gold

Following are individual and team ranking of CPU athletes participant to the various event at the


February 18-23, 2018 @ Iloilo City

CPU Vice President for Student Affairs, Rev. Joniel Howard H. Gico together with the WVRAA officials.




Name:                                                     Grade:              Individual:                                Overall:

  1. BEBIT, Anton Benedict B.                G 5                   Gold                                         Champion



Name:                                                    Grade:              Individual:                                Overall:

  1. ARABEJO, Jeff Adrian A.              G 6                   Bronze – Doubles                      Champion
  2. DOMINGUEZ, Alain Vincent R.     G 5                   Silver – Singles                          Champion

Bronze – Mixed Doubles                    Champion

  1. REMANESES, Ashton Jeroe N.      G 5                                                                    Champion
  2. REMANESES, Brent D.                   G 6                Bronze – Doubles                       Champion



Name:                                                     Grade:                Individual:                                Overall:

  1. GAMBOA, Ryce Jyan D.                  G 6                   Participant



Name:                                                     Grade:              Individual:                                  Overall:

  1. AMANTE, Nikka Lorine S.                G 6                   1 Gold                                    Champion

2 Silver

1 Bronze

  1. MARAVILLA, Michelle Louis S.         G 6                   1 Silver                                   Champion



Name:                                                     Grade:              Kyoroge:         Poomsae:         Overall:

  1. BORNAZAL, Kean Ryth R.              G 6                 Bronze             1st Runner Up
  2. MAMIGO, Jake Christian B.             G 6                 Gold                1st Runner Up


ELEMENTARY                    10 Athletes




Name:                                                                Grade:                         Overall:

  1. DEMOTAÑO, Dan Angelo C.                    G 11                          Champion



Mark Jossel S. Mariano

Asst. Coach

Ronel C. Ballesteros

Head Coach

Name:                                                               Grade:              Individual:                   Overall:           

  1. GUIRHEM, Fiona Geeweneth B.             G 10                   Silver                        1st Runner Up
  2. TELESFORO, Cyril Felrod S.                   G 10                  Gold                             Champion



Name:                                                                   Grade:                      Team Results:

  1. ALBA, Brian Chad Y.                                    G 11                          Champion
  2. BORNALES, John Ashley B.                       G 10                           Champion
  3. NON, Niark John Emmanuel M.                  G 10                           Champion
  4. SOLDEVILLA, Hanns Kristian C.                G 10                           Champion
  5. VELARIO, Antonio C. IV                             G 11                            Champion



 Name:                                                                 Grade:              Individual:                   Overall:

  1. VALENZUELA, Danielle Patricia T.               G 10                 Silver                       Champion



Simplicio G. Gayoso Jr.

Head Coach

Name:                                                        Grade:              Individual:                                Overall:          

  1. BARIA, John Romel S.                     G 8                                                              2nd Runner Up
  2. BATILLER, Mar Rodel B.                 G 7                                                              2nd Runner Up
  3. CHAVEZ, Joshua C.                        G 9                                                              2nd Runner Up
  4. GAYOSO, J Allan Noel C.                G 10               Gold – Singles                     2nd Runner Up

Gold – Mixed Doubles

  1. IMPORTANTE, Den Gabriel F.          G 11               Silver – Singles                   2nd Runner Up



Mariette Jeselle T. Dela Cruz


Simplicio G. Gayoso Jr.

Head Coach

Name:                                                          Grade:              Individual:                               Overall:          

  1. GOMEZ, Clarice Thalia D.                  G 10                 Gold – Doubles                       Champion
  2. GOMEZ, Clarissa Byeen D.                G 8                                                                  Champion
  3. OLIVA, Ann Nicole L.                          G 10                 Bronze – Singles                    Champion
  4. OLIVA, Levee Marie G.                       G 8                   Gold – Doubles                      Champion

Gold – Mixed Doubles

  1. VICENCIO, Jan Ashley R.                G 8                   Bronze – Singles                       Champion



Alan J. Diasnes

Asst. Coach

Floramie G. Navales

Head Coach

Name:                                                          Grade:              Kyoroge:          Poomsae:         Overall:           

  1. HORLADOR, Adriano III D.                G 11                 Gold                                             Champion
  2. PALONPON, John Patrick S.             G 7                                                Gold                 Champion
  3. RECABAR, Jieben Lark A.                G 11                 Bronze                                           Champion



Floramie G. Navales

Asst. Coach

Alan J. Diasnes

Head Coach

Name:                                                           Grade:              Kyoroge:          Poomsae:         Overall:           

  1. BELISARIO, Mary Grace E.                G 11                 Bronze                                       1st Runner Up
  2. DIASNES, Cindy Joy J.                       G 9                                             2 Golds            1st Runner Up
  3. SALARDA, Marielle C.                        G 10                 Bronze                                        1st Runner Up



Alquinn M. Flores

Head Coach

Name:                                                         Grade:              Individual:                   Overall:

  1. CUBOS, Rissa Ann J.                       G 8                   Bronze – Doubles          2nd Runner Up
  2. MARTIREZ, Althea Rose M.             G 7                   Bronze – Singles           2nd Runner Up
  3. SUACE, Avril Andrea S.                    G 8                   Bronze – Doubles          2nd Runner Up



Jeffrey G. Alcarde

Asst. Coach

Alain G. Tarrazona

Head Coach

Name:                                                                   Grade:                          Team Results:

  1. AMUAN, Armel B.                                        G 10                             Champion
  2. DEDOROY, John Emmanuel G.                  G 9                                Champion
  3. DORONILLA, Paolo Gabriel T.                    G 11                              Champion
  4. SEDUCO, Francis C.                                  G 10                              Champion



Jonah-El Buenvenida


Alain G. Tarrazona

Asst. Coach

Jeffrey G. Alcarde

Head Coach

Name:                                                            Grade:                         Team Results:

  1. ALCARDE, Railyn Jeffe I.                      G 7                               1st Runner Up
  2. CELIZ, Addrianne S.                              G 11                             1st Runner Up
  3. DENURA, Pearl An T.                            G 11                             1st Runner Up
  4. GUEVARRA, Eunice H.                          G 11                             1st Runner Up
  5. JARUDA, Yssa Maxine E.                      G 8                               1st Runner Up
  6. PIOSCA, Euna Gene D.                         G 11                             1st Runner Up
  7. SUSBILLA, Cris Ann S                           G 9                               1st Runner Up


SECONDARY                39 Athletes

With reports from:

Director, Office of Sports & Athletics                                              

Mr. Gibbs Caluba, Sports Office Secretary

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