EARTH Society (Ecological, Anthropological, Researchers, and Tropical Hikers (held their annual Basic Mountaineering Course Seminar (BMC Seminar) last Sunday, September 25, 2016, at the B7 classroom. The seminar was participated in by the club’s current members, alumni members, aspirants, sponsors (Sir Eldy Glen Sunico and Pastor Jimmy Adil), and some guests.
In the second part of the ceremony, Engr. Jeriel Espenorio (Faculty, School of Computing) led the presentation of club presidents, which was followed by the Pledge of Commitment led by Susa Opao (Director, Center for Quality Assurance).
Preparedness. A simple word that is known by all, understood by most, but unfortunately only practiced by some. Though in reality, this must be a discipline that should come as second skin to us. Especially in this time and age of uncertainty, surprising calamities, and impending disasters. One should not be too lax nor be indifferent, but instead be ready and aware at all times.
Professional Clubs such as the Anglicist Club and the SOE Club held their separate acquaintance parties last Sunday, September 25, 2016. Both parties were attended by its respective club members as well as some teaching faculty members. Starting at 8:00 AM all the way through 12:00 Noon, the School of Education held their acquaintance at MVC’s sports ground, with the theme: “Jumpstart Educ. Iba Guid”. The students were grouped according to their birth month in order for them to be more acquainted with the other students in the club. To entertain them and to add more fun while they get to know each other, the members of the club played several games.
Mountain View College conducted its annual earthquake drill on September 29, 2016 at exactly 9 o’clock in the morning. Captain Alejandro L. Larosa, Executive Officer of CDRRMO, led the activity with the teachers and their respective classes, dormitory home deans and their respective occupants. A day before the said activity, just right after the Midweek program, Asst. Prof. Rene J. Biclar instructed all the students and faculty members on what to do in case of a disaster. Assembly location, guidelines, counting procedures and other instructions were explained during the meeting. On the actual day of the Earthquake drill, a siren blurted as a signal that an earthquake is currently happening.