Watch out for the Nega-Labels!

by Mary Therese Encina Some of us are fond of labeling other people. The other way around, we barely notice, we’re also being labeled by others. Some people find labels on them a good thing to be proud of. However, there are others who might take it as an intended offense to them. Nega-labels are ugly prejudices, a pre-judgment of what you think is right and happening.  The thing to ponder on is that, some ugly prejudices may be...

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Paano kung kaya mo pala?

ni Angelique Billones Sabi nila, ikaw ang mas may kakayahang gumawa ng bagay na dapat hindi sa iba. Pero sabi mo hindi mo kaya. Sabi nila ikaw yung mas nakakaalam ng para sa ikabubuti ng lahat. Pero sabi mo, hindi mo alam at hindi mo kaya. Sabi nila magiging imposible ang lahat ‘pag hindi ikaw ang gumawa. Pero muli ang sabi mo, hindi ka handa at hindi mo kaya. Kailan ka magiging handa kung ang lahat ay pinapangunahan mo na ng mga...

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GSC orients freshies and transferees
Jun15

GSC orients freshies and transferees

by Dave Anthony Sedon Photocredits: Prof. Raymunda A. Dela Cruz With the opening of school year 2014-2015, the Guidance Services Center of CPC welcomed freshmen and transferees with an orientation, June 11 at the San Lorenzo Event Center, CPC Arnaldo Boulevard Campus. Headed by Prof. Raymunda Dela Cruz, RGC and with the help of guidance counselors and staff, the said orientation aimed to educate students regarding basic information...

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Capiz celebrates streetfood festival
Jun12

Capiz celebrates streetfood festival

by Mary Therese Encina and Dave Anthony Sedon On the 116th year celebration of Philippine Independence, the Provincial Tourism and Cultural Affairs Office of the Provincial Government of Capiz launched the first Street Food Festival in front of the Capiz Provincial Capitol. Street food vendors from all over Capiz took part in the festivity. Some vendors came from far municipalities such as Ivisan, President Roxas, Sapi-an, and...

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CPC triples celebration for class opening
Jun09

CPC triples celebration for class opening

by Mary Therese Encina Swarmed by freshmen and old students’ faces, the 9th of June marked the non-formal opening of the academic year 2014-2015 in three campuses. The College Marching Band along with the CPC High Drum and Lyre Corps brightened the spirits of the Purisimians on the first day of classes. A chorus from the CPC Grand Chorale and a video presentation from the Sarayawan Dance Company filled the CPC Main lobby for the...

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