Rev. Edwin Lariza, writer, editor, adviser (Catalyzer, Central Echo, Centralite), BSSW and BTh graduate, outstanding social worker of the Philippines, professor, outreach director, pastor, president and president emeritus of Convention of Baptist Ministers Association, leader, organizer, supporter, blogger… finally rested early morning of 8 March 2015. Those who know him had been praying and keeping… Continue reading Rev. Edwin Lariza Writes 30
In response to the request of the immediate past CPUFOAAI president May Vail Lee that these documents be circulated among alumni, we have published these reports. Revised Final 12-31-2014 End of Term Report 2013-2014 Below is the image of the first page of the report. CLICK on the image to read the FULL REPORT in… Continue reading CPUFOAAI End of Term Report 2012-2014 by May Vail Lee
This is the continuation of Dr. Lester Edwin J. Ruiz’s message at the Christmas Alumni/ae gathering hosted by CPUAA of the Northeast, Calvary Baptist Church, Clifton, New Jersey, December 6, 2014 What kind of banquet will you have? Who will you invite? These four images tell us something about life and about ourselves. Indeed, these… Continue reading What Kind of Banquet Will You Have? Who Will You Invite?
We read the news published on the Manila Bulletin “PH’s top nursing school still in Iloilo” and how we wished it was our beloved CPU. Then we gathered from social media through the “POSITIVELY CENTRALIAN FB Page” that the Dean of WVSU College of Nursing, Dr. Rosanna Belo is CPU BSN CLASS 1978 graduate. Yes.… Continue reading Dean of Top Nursing School in the Philippines is a Centralian
I’m sure dairy products, meat and wine would be on top of the list when you think about New Zealand, not to mention sheep, deer and cows. For its scenic sites from the North Island to South Island, New Zealand has become the world’s popular tourist destination. The location shooting of popular movies like “Lord… Continue reading What New Zealand Can Offer to the World Other than Dairy Products, Meat, Wine and Tourism
These are photos of CPUR benches that Nygel John Melitado took in 2007. We used these photos for a mini-documentary in one of the episodes of the CPU TV program “CPU Derecho”. The concrete benches were projects of past CPU Republic from as far back as 1960s. Maybe a few of these simple CPUR edifices… Continue reading CPUR Benches
The CPU Volleyball Team Girls represented Western Visayas in the Shakey’s Girls’ Volleyball League Tournament of Champions held at Ninoy Aquino Stadium on 13-19 January. Of course, to earn the right to represent Western Visayas region, they defeated all participating teams in the regional version of the volleyball league. By the way, the team grabbed… Continue reading CPU Volleyball Team Girls – Our Potential National Champion Team
Central Philippine University held the annual Switching on of Lights and Music of Hope on 6 December 2013. Here are some highlights of the event through the camera lens of alumnus and photo-artist, Reginald L. Harder.
I’m quite impressed how New Zealand has been relentlessly helping the Philippines. Notwithstanding the monetary aid and relief teams that their government had sent, the Kiwis continue to generate more funds for the Philippines. As their way of teaching kindness and generosity, New Zealand schools held a mufti day on 22 November. The Campbell Live… Continue reading Generosity of NZ School Children Raises $750,000 for the Philippines
Silver says: It’s heart warming when I saw my invention being used to light up areas hit by Yolanda. Thanks to Shelter Foundation and TESDA for helping spread this technology. It only started as a design challenge to light up at night the bottles on the roof that were promoted by Illac Diaz. The design… Continue reading Centralian invented Solar Night Light being used in typhoon-stricken areas