By Rev. Edwin I. Lariza The comment of Kitchenchief on one of my Ezine articles has inspired me to start a series of Lenten reflections. Lent is traditionally observed as preparation of the believer for the annual commemoration during Holy Week of the Death and Resurrection of Jesus the Christ. The purpose is to set […]
We take pride and honour in featuring the photographs of Engr. Karl Hipolito that Yahoo NZ featured in Yahoo NZ Total Travel Destination of the Month: Coromandel. See Karl’s photos and captions of Coromandel. You will find the Coromandel Peninsula as you travel in the North Island of New Zealand. The peninsula is located in […]
By Toolbyte Once upon a recent time there was no CPU Website. There was no “Centralians on the Web” forum. There was no CPU-WFA! Then God stirred the heart of a centralian computer enthusiast. And lo and behold, the CPU Website was born. But it was born out of wedlock. I mean, outside the campus, […]
By Lucell Larawan Among the highlights of the national arts month is the Philippine Visual Arts Festival: The Rizal Experience (PIVAF: TRE) at Angono, Rizal. This is the main event for sculptors, painters and cultural workers. I am among the five delegates in Panay, representing Iloilo. My painting entry entitled “Kambal na Tradisyon at Inobasyon […]
More earthquake aftermath images shared by Natie Degayo Montelibano on Facebook. With several aftershocks of not less than Magnitude 5, we who are from faraway could only pray for everyone that nothing more would happen. These are photos of Guihulngan, Negros Oriental, Philippines after the quake hit the area. Randy Anthony Pabulayan shares some earthquake […]
Cicero Omero II took this pictures seconds after the shaking had stopped at 12:00 o’clock, February 6, 2012. An earthquake of magnitude 5 struck Iloilo City sending people out on the streets for safety. Offices and schools closed temporarily. This includes our very own, Central Philippine University. The epicenter was located between Negros and Cebu […]
The Central Philippine University Post Office was dedicated and inaugurated on February 1, 1990. Watch this short documentary about the CPU Post Office. Did you know that the CPU Republic, then led by Peter Penrod Gape, initiated its establishment? The project was fulfilled the following school year in Joseph Gensaya’s time as CPUR president. Also, […]
Perhaps you might be one of those who were touched deeply by the message of the Coca-Cola ad “Where Will Happiness Strike Next: The OFW Project”. You can’t avoid identifying with and feeling how the three persons featured in the Coca-Cola advertisement felt, especially when you are located abroad and far from your loved ones. […]
Of the many CPU publications produced those years, the “Legacies of Loyalty: Stories of Families Loyal to Central Philippine University” is the only book that gained an ISBD or International Standard Bibliographic Description from the National Library of the Philippines.
While Manny Pacquiao is getting ready, doing his daily boxing routines for the upcoming Nov. 12 fight against Juan Manuel Marquez, Centralians at Sydney are also preparing for their fund raising event through the Pacquiao-Marquez fight.