Type “central philippine university” into the Google search box and you will get a list of websites that ranks for the keyword. Refer to the screenshot of the search result below and you will see that CPU Blog (enscribed by a red rectangle) is no. 5 on the list. Please consider though that search engine […]
I found this video taken the morning after Typhoon Frank hit Iloilo, flooding CPU with storm water, mud and debris. I was using the camera of my Nokia 2210 so my apologies for the poor resolution. Notice the ankle-deep silt blanketing the area around the elementary, Johnson Hall and towards Gate 6.
Congratulations graduates of Central Philippine University SY 2013-2104.
The Department of Agriculture Region 6 in cooperation with Central Philippine University invites you to its 3rd Organic Agri Trade Exhibits and Seminar on November 11-15, 2013 at CPU with the theme: “Mainstreaming Organic Agriculture in Agribusiness”. The DA-CPU Trade fair and Seminar started three years ago to enable the organic farming industry, and all […]
The CPUR elections of 1987 resulted in the landslide victory of a group of independent candidates. With their slogan “I am Independent! I am free to Serve!” these batch of CPUR leaders captured the sentiments of the students. Accomplishments of Salido and Plotria (1987-88) The accomplishments of the Salido and Plotria administration were: The construction of the […]
The Reign of the Independents/SIDP (1987-1990) The decision to boycott the school year 1986-87 election created disillusionment to some members of the USP. According to them, they were not consulted about the party’s decision. They said that only top USP officials made the decision whose pride in the “Constitution” issue was affected. Meanwhile, some idealistic […]
The KOALISYON Administration (1982-1984) As the next school year 1984-85 opened, the CPUR witnessed an event which was the first ever in the CPU Republic’s history—two parties coalesced to form a new party. The PANGMASA and the Alliance of Democratic Students joined and the party Koalisyon ng Demokratikong Mag-aaral para sa Sambayana emerged. As described […]
The imposition of martial law in 1972 suspended the annual establishment of the CPU Republic. The purpose in which the student republic was created in 1906, to educate the Filipino people in the democratic form of government, was temporarily disturbed as the clout of martial rule curtailed the liberties of the Filipino people. When martial […]
Does CPU teach “Infrastructure Management”? I’m a Civil Engineering graduate of CPU 1989 and I can’t recall encountering the phrase “infrastructure management”. Maybe I wasn’t listening or I was absent when it was lectured but was the topic ever brought up in any of our subjects? Our curriculum at that time included nine units of […]
Let us celebrate and take time to remember Dr. Juanito M. Acanto on his birthday, 5 April. He was CPU’s former president. He continues to help CPU as board of trustees. Who could ever forget his leadership, Christian ministry, friendship, wit, humor, and most of all, his passion for beautiful CPU. From Rinand Escuban and […]