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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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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Red Cross Council naghiwat leadership camp
Sep25

Red Cross Council naghiwat leadership camp

by Mary Therese Encina Guintambungan sang 92 ka estudyante halin secondary kag tertiary levels ang nahauna nga camp nga guinhiwat sang CPC Red Cross Youth Council (RCY) sining Setyembre 20-22 sa Arnaldo Blvd. Campus. Ini nga aktibidades nga may tema nga: “Leadership is about taking responsibility, not making excuses” nagatuyo nga tib-ungon kag pabaskugon ang kapasidad sang mga kabataan sa pamuno kag pag-responde sa mga emergency...

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When Learning means more

by Ivy Lopez A state bound by laws. An organization shaped by rules. A book comprised of procedures. A society fed by standards. When do we belong? How do we belong? A school is like a corporation with investments coming from its shareholders with the intention of gaining profits as they render services.   Students are some of its shareholders. The school invests knowledge and opportunities for skills development to gain profits and...

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