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School Year 2018 - 2019

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Dr. Gladden O. Flores

MVC President
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Dr. Hope S. Aperocho

MVC Vice President of Academic Affairs

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Pastor Carlos N. Aganio

MVC Vice President of Student Affairs
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Mr. Eric H. Barnuevo

MVC Vice President Finance

Did you know? November 17, 1951 was set aside as a day of fasting and prayer all throughout the North Philippine Union Mission because of the problems in securing the land for MVC.

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Central Student Council Selects New Leaders

Desiree L. Pacolor

The main campus students had their election for the new set of Central Student Council officers for the academic year 2018-2019 last July 29-30, 2018, at the CSC building. This was headed by the chairman of the Commission on Elections, Mr. Jephune Noval. The students at Annex casted their votes a few days earlier, on July 26, 2018, a Thursday, with Demver Bruce Burato, Daryl Guarino, and Arwenn Berago facilitating.

On the appointed schedule of filing of candidacy, July 20-23, 2018, only one party submitted their application. Hence, on the day of the election, students were only to vote for approval with either a yes or no in each of the candidate for their respective offices.

The counting was held on July 31, 2018, at the CSC building, where two commissioners were assigned in every precinct ballot box and a watcher was also present for the tallying of votes. The Commission on Elections chairman proclaimed the elected officers during the social orientation on August 1, 2018. These elected officers will be the voice of the student body and will be in charge of planning and executing programs for the students, especially the CSC days for this academic year.

The results of the election are as follows:

Yes     No     Percentage*

President          Jeffry G. Vallespin        571      60     51.90 %

Vice President  Carl John M. Aganio   600      34      54.54%

Secretary          Rein Beryl R. Gaje       588     44      53.45%

Treasurer          Jerameel D. Lapad      559      66      50.81%

P.I.O.                 Wilder ray m. Araño      574      53      52.18 %

*based on total number of students enrolled this semester

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BS Medical Technology Pinning and Gowning Ceremony

Wyndale Jing Libetario and Sweet Rhena Mae Fallorina

According to Walter Fletcher, "it amounts to a truism to say that progress in the practical arts of medicine in any of its branches, whether preventive or curative, only comes from the growth of accurate knowledge as it accumulates in the laboratories and studies of various sciences."

Sunday, 5th of August, two thousand and eighteen, at 1:00 pm, the School of Theology of Mountain View College held their pinning and Gowning Ceremony at the Florence Kern Auditorium. The words “School of Medical Technology 19 Latreuo Pinning and Gowning Ceremony” were emblazoned on the stage.

The program commenced with a prelude and processional march rendered by the pianist, Khrisynth Myrrh Vicera. The invocation was by Pastor William P. Galagnara, the Education Director of Southern Mindanao Mission. The special music was offered by the Advent Philomels.

The guest speaker of the hour was the licensing officer III of the Department of Health Regional Office 10, Sheila Marie Ybañez. She emphasized 3 important things on how to be a successful Medical Technologist. She stressed that they should always make the first step; second is be open minded; and lastly, they must commit and dedicate themselves to what they have worked and believed in. Rizza Mae R. Ramoran, the class president, gave her response to the challenge of the message. After which the pinning and gowning ceremony followed.

The candle lighting ceremony and the singing of the class song “I Will Serve” gave more meaning to the emblems bestowed upon them. Dr. Gladden O. Flores, MVC president, offered the dedicatory prayer for the Latreuo batch. The customary picture taking and recessional sealed the event.

The students of the School of Medical Technology who were commissioned for internship are the following:

ABING, KEZIAH L

ACOT, NERISSA L

ALAAN, ARTAXERXES S.

ANGELES, JANUS JOSHUA B.

ANTIQUIN, MARRIEL JAY A.

ARDANAS, AMANDA G.

BERNABE, RICARDO III A.

BESIN, CHARLENE MAYE V.

BONCALES, DEAL ANUO G.

CABERTE, DZON PSALM Y.

CAMPADO, CHERISE CLEAR I.

CAÑETE, ADRIAN P.

CATOLICO, SHEKAINAH JANE S.

CHINEDO, DENIZA JUN R.

COLEGADO, GINGERLY A.

COLOBONG, BRUCE S.

COMETA, KENNY LEE C.

DALMACIO, MIKEL OASIS R.

DELA CRUZ, AZRIEL H.

DELATADO, ALEXIS MARIE Z.

DUGHO, KHAYE D.

EBON, KATHLEEN D.

ELLORIN, JUERGEEN VAN E.

ESPECTATO, SUE ZEIT G.

ESTEBAN, BRYNT CLENT E.

FABRICANTE, REIN DONZEL E.

FERNANDEZ, EMERY CHLOE G.

FLORES, GABRIEL CZAR Z.

GALAGNARA,GLANCE Z.

GALLOGO, SACIA R.

GARCESA, JUSTINE MARC E.

GILLEGAO, ELAI SAM T.

GONZAGA, SEYMOUR SCHARTZ H.

HINAMPAS, ANN JAYMEE D.

HULGUIN, MYRRH SHEKINAH VIH C.

JAPITANA, HONEY LE B.

LAMBACO, MAY ZEL MINORIKA T.

LLONES, NICOLE JASMINE O.

LUBATON, AUDREY MERL C.

LUBAY, ZYRA C.

LUMASAG, JEFF JOEL L.

MAGDALUYO, JOSEL WIENA MARIE M.

MAGSAYO, ORDEAL LO C.

MAHINAY, JESSELL DAWN P.

MAJORENOS, KRISHNA L.

MANZON, RAE DAWN B.

MANZON, DEN AUDREY ED B.

MARZO, EL MARCO T.

MONGAYA, SHARMAINE FAYE G.

OBGUIA, CARELLOUJALE B.

OCAMPO, LOVELY P.

OLID, YVETTE JOYCE N.

ONGLAS, ANDRI NYLL C.

ONTOLAN, CLARK IAN S.

OPAO, HUJYTH KLARYSS B.

ORINA, HAZEL CRISTY U.

PELAYO, KEMUELLE F.

PEREZ, ROEBEN DEM P.

PESAY,LAZZLEIGH DJEUN G.

PETALCORIN, RUANNE SEVE O.

POLINTAN, ZARIZ ANNE M.

PRIETO, WHALM BRILLIANT B. S. M.

PROVIDO, JESAMIE C.

RAMORAN, RIZA MAE R.

RUMAJAR, SEAN REVIN S.

SAAN, JEFF JAQUAR EJ G.

SALLOMAN, VAN SHINAR A.

SAMPAGA, CATHERINE M.

SARONA, OBETTE JIMMERLYN E.

INOY, JENELYN C.

SON, JIN JOO M.

TANAMAL, SHANICE ARIANNE A.

TOLENTINO, CLARICE JOWIN M.

VIERNES, FERLY JANE B.

YAM-OC, CHINA V.

An excerpt from their class song says, "This is my mission, this is my purpose. I will serve, yes, I will serve." This is what they believe in, and this is how they will also perform their tasks. It is said that a fulfilled life is the consequences of your choices, and so write your story and make it as your own piece and give it your all.

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Peer Facilitators Engage in Meaningful Activities

Jesnel Kharl Apugan

“It was really good!” said one trainee of the Peer Facilitators (PF) weekend training that was held at the Pioneer Guest House Conference Hall, Mountain View College. The three-day training began at 3pm on Friday, July 27th, 2018, with 47 attendees of which 28 were new applicants. The training went by the theme “Made for Worship.”

Friday afternoon began excitedly with social-learning activities for the purpose that the attendees, both former peer facilitators and new applicants, may be better acquainted with each other. Towards the evening, the main subject of training was “Program Coordinating” by Precious Grace Velasco, where the new applicants were taught how to effectively plan and coordinate programs of various types.

Saturday, July 28th, began with morning worship in which Pastor Jimmy Adil spoke on the spiritual aspect of counseling. There he emphasized that counseling does not only deal with social issues but also with spiritual matters, and that the counselors should have a spiritually- principled-based view on counseling.

Having done with breakfast, the PF trainees were then lectured by Dr. Ester P. Mojica on the subject of “Group Counseling,” where she explained the advantages of group counseling in comparison to one-on-one counseling. Her husband, Mr. Winston Mojica, then followed by speaking about how one can have effective communications in the workplace. Here he expounded on the principles of effective communications necessary for PFs to adapt on how to be effective in their efforts to counsel or facilitate their student peers here in MVC.

Before lunch break, the trainees were opened to a noble concept of leadership, one that is least utilized by most leaders today – that is “Servant Leadership.” College President Gladden Flores helped distinguish leaders that merely command from those leaders who actively lead those placed in his or her charge.

In the afternoon of Saturday, the trainees were then given the opportunity to play out what they have learnt on counseling, applying the important principles mentioned in the lectures. This part not only provided reflective learning, but it was fun and amusing because of the counseling scenarios thought of by the trainees. After this came the commitment service and pinning, which began at 3:45.

After a long morning and afternoon of learning, the day ended with a fun social night. Food, snacks, drinks, group games, dancing, and much laughter characterized the evening.

By Sunday morning, July 29th, 2018, Jesnel Kharl Apugan gave the final lecture where he shared the “Concept of Peer Facilitating,” covering the history of counseling, counseling as a modern profession, and the qualities and skills of an effective counselor. Right after, a nice congratulatory breakfast was prepared, joyfully ending the PF weekend training.

The following week, on Wednesday, August 1st, 2018, was their dedication and induction ceremony, held at the M.T. Oliverio Conference Hall, which began at 6:45pm. With the same theme: “Made for Worship,” the event speaker, Pastor Criscel Leo Garilva, spoke on the essence of true worship, exposing what it is not and explaining what worship really is. Zyrah Glae Osita, the newly-elected Peer Facilitator president, then gave her brief response speech.

The Peer Facilitators’ Promise was then led by Jesnel Kharl Apugan. After which, Dr. Ester P. Mojica led the litany of sending. The candle lighting, participated by all PFs, sponsors, and participants then followed and was ended with a dedicatory prayer by Pastor Jimmy Adil.

As a significant ceremony and a “kick-starter” to new experiences through the PF organization here at MVC, many, particularly the new PFs, just had to capture the evening’s moments through pictures.

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School of Theology’s Acquaintance Party

Bevvy Guinevere V. Villarama

Last August 5, 2018, the School of Theology (SOT) had their whole day acquaintance party. As early as 7:15 in the morning, the event started with a devotional that was led by Kyle David Sandbergen. Right after which, the friendly games for both basketball and volleyball took place. This was the first part of the day-long event. The basketball and volleyball teams were composed of the eight groupings of the entire SOT students.

The students were grouped by team color, with one leader assigned in every team. The Blue team was the over-all champion, under the leadership of Jesnel Kharl B. Apugan; the Black team was under Don Leo M. Manurong; the Red team under Charlemagne V. Besin; the Violet team under Miguelito M. Fulgencio; the Green team under Rommel M. Olivar; the Orange team under Paul Renfred T. Gabuco; the Yellow team under Jemil Ray M. Santuyo; and the White team under the leadership of Christian Cortez. Although some of the members were not able to attend, the program was still successful. Everyone had a good time that their cheers and laughter could be heard all the way to the clinic.

The setting of the sun did not dampen the spirit, but instead has heightened the excitement as the theology students got ready for the most-awaited part of their program – the social night at the covered court, where the students brought along their chosen partners for the night. This started around 6:45 pm with the song service by Algir A. Silang and the opening prayer by Lister A. Oberez. The devotional and the closing prayer were both by Mariano Da Cruz. After the devotional, the first set of marching was called by Jazer Redondon and Albert Gupit. The students were asked to bring their partners in the middle of the court for what is known as the vegetarian dance. At first they were hesitant to stand, but later on they were smiling and laughing together with their partners.

The officers prepared several games and all of it were considered fun and exciting by the attendees. Everyone was cheering, laughing and cracking silly jokes with some students and their partners. The evening was wonderful for everyone as they interacted and had fun with each other. The program ended with the closing remarks and the closing prayer of the school dean, Pastor Felixian T. Felicitas.

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