An Engg stud writes about the Centennial celebrations April 23, 2007Posted by jomaykulit in News 2007.
yhanyhan is a ust student and writes about her experiences during the Centennial Celebrations
Date of post: Sunday, February 18, 2007
Furthering the Legacy of Excellence: UST Faculty of Engineering Celebrates Its Centennial Year
Last week was dedicated for the celebration of the University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Engineering 100th year of foundation. In lieu of this, numerous activities and events were held for both the studentry and the faculty.
Furthuring the Legacy of Excellence” is the theme of the faculty’s centennial year which started Monday, February 12, with a painting contest. Participants painted the islands in front of the Engineering building in relation with the theme. Also, a lot of students were present at school, though there are no classes held on Mondays, to prepare for their partake for next day’s parade.
Our department, the Information and Computer Studies Department was assigned to create “higantes”, or gigantic objects of some sort. One section constructed a giganic archetype of a male and female engineering students in their respective college uniform. Another made a giant pink pig. And ours was a huge Spongebob Square Pants. Our spongebob is so cute, other students took picture of it. Free food is also given for each student. =)
read more from her site http://yhan-yhan.blogspot.com/2007/02/furthering-legacy-of-excellence-ust.html