The champs with President Tereso A. Abella, other key officials of the university and their mentors and coaches.
Central Luzon State University emerged overall champion of the 2017 Culture and Arts Festival of State Universities and Colleges, Region III (CAASUC III) held at the Philippine Merchant Marine Academy last October 26-28.
It bested 12 other participating institutions.
CLSU won the championship in six dance, literary and musical contests, to wit; Chorale Competition; Indigenous Dance; Extemporaneous Speaking; Vocal Solo; Instrumental Solo; and Poster Making.
It also won in the Mr. & Miss CAASUC III Pageant.
Moreover, CLSU landed 1st runner-up in Dagliang Talumpati, Essay Writing, Short and Sweet Play, Vocal Duet, Photography and Folk Dance; and 2nd runner-up in Pagkukuwento, among other contests.
The CLSU Maestro Singers grabbed the championship of the Chorale Competition.
The CLSU Gintong Ani-Philippines is champion in Indigenous Dance.
Mr. & Miss CAASUC III Neal Thaddeus Lopez-Vito and Ma. Ruth Erica Quin are flanked here by (from left) Dr. Cheryl G. Ramos, VP for Administration; Dr. Melissa E. Agulto, VP for Academic Affairs; President Tereso A. Abella; and Dr. Edgar A. Orden, VP for Business Affairs.
GRADUATION SPEAKER - Mr. Jaime J. Bautista, president and chief operations officer of the Philippine Airlines, delivers his address as guest of honor and speaker to the 626 mid-year graduates of CLSU. The ceremony was held at the University Graduation Site last Fe...
President Tereso A. Abella and VP Academic Affairs Melissa E. Agulto deliver their respective messages for the newly-hired faculty members of CLSU. Both officials advised them to discharge their duties with commitment and dedication.
The CLSU Administrative Council headed by Dr. Tereso A. Abella, university president, conducted a planning and team building at the Park Inn by Radison, Clark, Pampanga last January 26-28. The activity had for its theme “Improved quality of higher education and research for ...
Senator Cynthia Villar and Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos paid CLSU a visit last January 20.
The two renowned public officials of the country who arrived separately in the morning of the said date were welcomed by a group of officials led by Dr. Tereso A...
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