Law studes green up local ecopark
Dec23

Law studes green up local ecopark

by Neil Billones CPC-School of Law Student Body, Inc (CPC-SLSB) conducted a mangrove tree planting with the theme “Mangrove tree-planting as a Christmas gift to Mother Earth” at Palina Greenbelt Ecopark, Cagay, Roxas City, December 21. As a replacement to the Golden Foundation Anniversary of the CPC-College of Law activities supposedly scheduled on December 20-21, the department chose, instead, to plant mangrove seedlings. Mrs. Au...

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Cherry Cares, GK reach out to Yolanda survivors
Dec10

Cherry Cares, GK reach out to Yolanda survivors

by Jezzel Andrada After the wrath of super typhoon Yolanda, telecom company Cherry Mobile and Gawad Kalinga Foundation aided Capizeno survivors towards recovery and rebuilding. Cherry Mobile with its foundation “Cherry Cares” chose CPC to be their partner in the distribution of relief goods to the survivors of the typhoon.  Last December 1, representatives of the telecom company along with Students Supreme Pastoral Council and...

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TP newspaper continues to shine in reg’l journ confab
Nov30

TP newspaper continues to shine in reg’l journ confab

by Ivy Lopez   The Purisimian Publication newspaper ranked 2nd Best News Page, 2nd Best Newspaper Layout and 5th Best Newspaper during the 38th College Press Conference and Awards (COPRE) at the Iloilo Grand Hotel, November 28. COPRE is an annual competition among all college publications in Western Visayas organized by the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) – Region VI. This is the 3rd consecutive year the Newspaper Layout of...

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Msgr. Onie laid to rest in Capiz
Nov25

Msgr. Onie laid to rest in Capiz

by Mary Therese Encina After serving the Archdiocese of Capiz for 25 years, Most Rev. Msgr. Onesimo Gordoncillo passed away at the age of 78 on the thirteenth day of November, Wednesday, with the proclaimed time of death at 5:25 PM due to a stage four lung cancer. Msgr. Onie was scheduled to leave for Manila on the first week of November for chemotherapy when he was admitted at St. Anthony College Hospital on October 31. Prior to...

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2 MT studes shine in Nat’l Maritime Week
Sep30

2 MT studes shine in Nat’l Maritime Week

by Ivy Lopez Department of Marine Transportation Pastoral Council President, Arcturus Dordas, and VP Education, Neil Angelo Sean, placed 3rd in the Oratical Contest and made it in the 25 finalists of the Search for the 10 Outstanding Maritime Students of the Year, respectively. The said winnings were in line with the celebration of the 14th National Maritime Week and 18th National Seafarers’ Day, last September 22-29. According to...

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