Message of Dr. Lester Edwin J. Ruiz at the Christmas Alumni/ae gathering hosted by CPUAA of the Northeast, Calvary Baptist Church, Clifton, New Jersey, December 6, 2014 Banquets are critical part of culture and the building of community For many, if not most, of the cultures and peoples of the world, eating together—sharing meals—having banquets,… Continue reading Who Would You Invite to Your Banquet?
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?
The Centralian community is saddened by the passing of one of Centralian greats, Ruth Ciriaco Corvera. Ruth C. Corvera, a graduate of the College of Theology with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Religious Education, cum laude, in 1954. She finished her Bachelor of Science in Social Work in 1977 and served as… Continue reading Remembering Ruth Ciriaco Corvera
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.
Pete and Judy were inducted to the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences’ Medical Mission Hall of Fame on 22 March 2014 at UT Health Science Campus. Pete Obregon is graduate of CPU High School. He is 1960 graduate of FEU Medicine School. He and wife, Judy are active missionaries of Medical… Continue reading Pete and Judy Obregon – Medical Mission Hall of Fame Awardees
By Juanito M. Acanto, Ph.D. This article was published in Panay News, 27 September 2006 issue; Manila Bulletin and Manila Times, 2 October 2006 editions, in celebration of CPU’s Centennial and 101st foundation day. The Work-Study Service Program has been innate in the establishment of Jaro Industrial School, the forerunner of Central Philippine University or… Continue reading The Work-Study Service Program – Centennial Legacy of Central Philippine University
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Who knows how to sing the Centennial Hymn of Central Philippine University, “CPU Forever”? Composed by the late Mrs. Eleanor Ruth Buensuceso Fabula, “CPU Forever” should have been institutionalized as one of the Centralian songs that students and alumni all over the world must sing. Do you know why? The “Central, My Central” melody is… Continue reading Let’s Sing “CPU Forever” – Centennial Hymn of Central Philippine University
She looks back to her Alma Mater with gratitude. In the previous blog post we learned that the Dean of WVSU College of Nursing, the top Nursing school of the Philippines, Dr. Rosanna Belo is a Centralian. Her heart beating the blue and the gold, Dean Belo expresses her desire to help CPU. Talking with… Continue reading Centralian Dr. Rosanna Belo Reveals Secrets to 100% Passing NLE
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