TORCH PASSES MILESTONE: of triumphs and new beginning

TORCH PASSES MILESTONE: of triumphs and new beginning

National Costume. On the other hand, it is a podium finish in almost all of the competitions participated by the College in this year’s foundation day activities. In the University Intramural Games, women displayed grace under pressure as they romped away with three championship awards in Karatedo Women, Softball women and Volleyball women; while 2nd and 1st runner-ups in Badminton women and Dance sports respectively.

In Musical and Dance Extravaganza competitions, the biggest trophies were also bagged by the future mentors in Vocal Duet and Latin Formation dance categories; while 1st runner-ups in the Vocal Solo (English), Acapella and Sport Dance, and finally a 2nd runner-up awardee in Group Impersonation. The college also received the Overall First Runner-Up award in Musical Extravaganza.

These awards are not only a source of pride but most importantly also serve as motivation for the CED community to continue giving their best and not settling for anything less. For Dean Dr. Montia Jamila D. Sarip, who has been in the frontline motivating and inspiring the students, staff and faculty members to always aim for championships, the awards are not enough because there is still a major award that needs to be hit, “We do materialize things to be the overall champion in the future.”

As the college triumphs for its accolades, another reason to celebrate is its new beginning. On September 24, CED successfully hit four birds in one stone as it culminated its annual Teacher’s Month celebration, delivered the College Orientation, and reveled on the most awaited inauguration of new CED building. Present in the ribbon cutting of the new CED building and spoke in behalf of Pres. Habib W. Macaayong was Atty. Jamaloden A. Basar, who gave a heartwarming message to the College of Education community. Meanwhile, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Dr. Florencio Recoleto Jr . members of the University League of Directors, Deans of various colleges and officials of MSU-ILS also graced the program. The three-storey new building of CED domiciliates the new offices of the different departments of the college, the office of the dean, and the new social hall.