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SPUD celebrates Education Week

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St. Paul University Dumaguete College of Arts and Education (CA-ED), under the leadership of its Dean, Dr. Caridad D. Maadil, celebrated the word in the world magically with its college week last December 9-10, 2010. Students & Faculty Members were clustered into kingdoms namely: fairies and elves, witches and wizards, ogres and goblins, and the superheroes. The kingdoms had a magical parade last December 9 within the SPUD grounds followed by a cultural competition featuring Pop Dance, Dance Sport and Interpretative Dance with an enchanting socialization night at the Fleur De Lis Hall.

Different activities and competitions were held last December 10 which include the test of strength and bravery, moving squad competition, and games at the University Open Basketball Court. The evening was well-applauded with the feast of all kingdoms, which was a fellowship dinner event, and the night of music and magic which was highlighted by the search for the CA-ED Goodwill Ambassadors again held at the Fleur De Lis Hall.

The event was made possible through the efforts of the faculty and staff of the CA-ED department namely, Ms. Ma. Katryn Calumpang, Ms. Maricar Flores, Ms. Stephanie Layson, Ms. Techie Ann Econg, and Mr. Argie Palumpa. (By Salvador S. Sorrilla & Rafael A. Duhaylungsod, SPUD)

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