Genesis A. Acuna, fourth year SEd English major, won the recently held CLSU University Supreme Student Council election last July 28, 2010.
Acuna is the former executive secretary of the USSC 2009-2010 under the leadership of Raffy Fajanela, an AB Social Sciences student.
Acuna defeated Alliance of Students for Alternative Politics standard bearer and fifth year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student, Manuel Paolo Granadozin and sophomore BS Civil Engineering student Ronaldo Villanueva who ran independent.
“To enhance the system of SSC, we will start on reviewing its constitution and by-laws and make it more responsive to students needs.”, said Acuna in an interview by the Educator.
She also added that transparency will also be one of the guiding principles of the student council under her leadership.
Three CEd students also won posts in USSC.
Kimberly Ruiz, third year BSEd-English major and former staffwriter of the CLSU Collegian won as Secretary, while Melvin Sanchez, fourth year BS Agricultural Extension Education student and former student assistant at the USSC won as treasurer. Jerrymay Q. Cargamento, sophomore Bachelor of Elementary Education student won as CEd councilor. They are all under Acuna’s party, the Institution of Servant Leaders in Action (ISLA).
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The workshop speakers and facilitators were edito...
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394 Filipino and Araling Panlipunan (Social Studies) teachers from the divisions of Nueva Ecija, Cabanatuan, Gapan, Muñoz and San Jose attended the training.
The Filipino trainers w...
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There were 35 teacher-participants from various public elementary schools across the munici...
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