•  VSU Grad School holds echo-seminar on Outcome-Based Education
    VSU Grad School holds echo-seminar on Outcome-Based Education

Rev. Fr. Flandez also offered a short prayer for the souls of the departed VSU student, employees, and children of alumni who are victims of the typhoon: Miss Jeanette Capisnon, freshman BS in Agricultural Engineering; Ms. Cassandra Richeld Ausa, part-time instructor of VSU-Tolosa; Ms. Rosita Royo, retired instructor of VSU-Villaba; son and daughters of Pingol and Quieta family (Ms. Mega Quieta, Ms. Avril Quieta, Mr. Luis Ronvic Quieta, and Ms. Cedes Quieta); and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eduard/Luchie Zabala—Grace Ann Zabala, and all the victims of the said calamity.

Fr. Flandez also blessed the colorful Christmas symbols that adorned the main entrance of the lower and upper campuses as the main switch was turned on for the spectators to appreciate and experience that Christmas is still in the minds and hearts of the Viscans.

The celebration was spiced up with some Christmas songs rendered by the VSU Choral Ensemble under the baton of Maestro Jesus Freddy M. Baldos, Administrative Officer V of VSU’s Information Office, which include Carol of the Bells, Kumukutikutitap, Kasadya, and the 12 Songs of Christmas (Medley), with the finale song “Lollipop”; and a pop dance by the U Mobs, a group of male student-dancers.

One of the highlights of the celebration was the Christmas message of the VSU President, Dr. Jose L. Bacusmo. (Please see the full manuscript of his message.)

The occasion was clinched with a get-together and snacks among VSU students, faculty and staff, and other spectators.