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LCUP starts the year-long celebration for its 75 years of existence
by: Ubie Cristobal
Augustinian Sisters of our Lady of Consolacion (ASOLC), administrators, employees and students gathered as one community to witness another milestone as the La Consolacion University Philippines (LCUP) began its one-year celebration of the 75th foundation day anniversary on December 5, 2011.
The university’s foundation celebration kicked off with the cutting of ribbon at the statue of Our Lady of Consolacion, led by the ASOLC sisters and guest of honor, Malolos Mayor Christian Natividad. This was followed by the opening of the exhibit at the BarCIE International Center’s Rambutan Hall, where relevant outputs and accomplishments of the university and its different departments from the past years to present were showcased.
After the launching of the exhibits, the newly built arch and the mini-Olympic sized pool were also initiated.
Continuing to cheer the 75th year of LCUP, shouts of excitement and fun filled the lot near the university’s main gate as various amusement rides and booths (like accessory, movie and clothing booths) and food stalls (which were manned by students and invited entrepreneurs) were built and opened for the LCUP community and visitors.
Beside the fun that the foundation day brings, the personnel did not fail to make the event informative and fruitful as they attended a seminar together with the students at the AVR 5th floor. The seminar magnified the importance of Sierra Madre as the “last great forest” in the Philippines and how Filipinos can prevent the destruction of it caused by rampant mining activities.
Saving the best for last, the third day was pumped by the battle of the brains and talents as representatives from college departments competed for the academic quizbee, balagtasan and debate. The once in a life time celebration continues until night time as the cultural show entitled “Dekalibre 75: Isang Pagdiriwang ng Pasasalamat” was staged with the combined forces of Basic Education and College Department, as they performed and be one in looking back and giving thanks for the great and unforgettable 75 years of LCUP.
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