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CEU on Its Brightest and Colorful USC-3Di

The University Student Council of Centro Escolar University staged its brightest and colorful celebration of its annual USC-3Di last November 23-25, 2016.

The students from the different schools proudly cheered and joined the parade on its opening ceremony while carrying Christmas lanterns which displayed the students’ creativity and resourcefulness. 

A Dreamland Production Number was performed by the CEU Pep Squad and CEU Folk Dance Troupe, followed by a Dreamplay Fashion show with representatives from each school dressed in characters. The Mr. and Ms. CEU 2017 candidates entertained the audience with their dance presentation.

Eat Bulaga’s ‘That’s My Bae’ together with GMA Network’s Senior News Correspondent, Mr. Nelson Canlas graced the event and gave motivational messages for the Escolarians. The Baes also led the mannequin challenge.

On the first night of the 3-day fest, students gathered at the CEU Student Activity Center for the MTV School Sessions featuring various music icons like Shehyee, Arron Cadawas, Ataska Mercado, The Juans, and The Mayonnaise. 

After a day full of art and music, a USC 3Di Summit was held on the second day with Hon. Anna Elzy Ofreneo, Human Rights Promotion Director of the Commission on Human Rights, and Hon. Robin Carlo Reyes from the Manila City Hall Traffic Department. A debate was also conducted to challenge the students’ skills on providing opposing views and reasoned arguments on relevant issues of the country. 

The celebration concluded with Escolarians showcasing their intellectual ability during the Body-Mind Quest and their talents in the Song and Dance Competition. 

The School of Dentistry bagged the championship awards for the Lantern Making Contest, Body-Mind Quest and Dreamplay Fashion. The Philippine Association of Nutrition-Delta Chapter (Pandelta) Team was named Champion in the debate. The Best Booth Award was given to the Association of Hotel and Restaurant Management Students (AHRMS) while the representative from the School of Education, Liberal Arts, Music and Social Work landed on the first place for the Feature Writing category. Christopher Libiran from the School of Science and Technology was hailed Champion for the Singing Idol and the SELAMS Streetworks emerged to be the best for the Dance Competition.

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