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Not even the pouring rain could deter the will and spirits of the students of the Marinduque State College as the college celebrates the very first day of the MARINDUQUE STATE COLLEGE OLYMPICS YEAR 2013.
Banners waved and thousands of students showed their undying love and support as the president of our college, Dr. Romulo Malvar, officially declared the opening of the MSC Olympics, accompanied by the symbolic lighting of the torch and the flag raising ceremonies.
It is truly amazing how the MSCians show their willing-ness to go for the honor and pride not only of the departments where they belong, but also to the college they serve.
Just imagine their efforts
and determination to ignore the
physical and mental exhaustion
that practice and try-outs bring to
them. But surely, the efforts and
sacrifices they have demonstrat-
ed will pay off in the following
days, as variety of sports, cultur-
al and literary competitions go
about within the campus.
The pressure and excite-
ment is now brought to a whole
new level as departments com-
pete against one another, in hopes
to claim the crown as champions
in the contests and games that
they compete in. They do this not
only for themselves, but also in
honor of the people who molded
and trained them into who and
what they are at present.
But no matter what hap-
pens, everyone competing in the
MSC Olympics is already a win-
ner, just like what Rev. Fr. Peter
Perilla said in his homily at the
holy mass conducted before the
It is safe to say that, as
long as an athlete exerts all his
efforts and gives all that he can
for the sake of his team, he de-
serves all the recognition and
support he can get from his de-
partment, win or lose.
The first day has now
passed, yet it is just the beginning
of a series of heart racing events
to occur within our campus in the
next few days.
N E T W O R K N E X U S
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MSC Olympics 2013 opens Marinduque State College
held its opening program to start the MSC Olympics 2013 themed Sharing MSCs Legacy through Festival of Sports, Cultural and Literary at MSC Covered Court , Monday, August 19,2013.
The program started with a mass celebrated by Rev. Fr. Peter Perilla who emphasized Our most intensive opponent is none other than ourselves. The fact that we let our weaknesses conquer our mind and body, we will fail often.
Moreover, the last reminder he said was to let go of the past to be able to succeed. Life must go
on, as the saying goes, Past is past and believe in present moment. The entrance of ROTC colors and the preliminaries led by Mogpog Brass Band followed. The crowd gave earsplitting screams when each unit was called by Mr. Rafael Seno, the master of ceremony.
President Romulo H. Malvar gave the opening remarks while ROTC Officer Sergeant Historillo gave the security measures.
Ms. Lindel De Luna, golden medalist of PASUC National Palaro 2012 lighted the symbolic torch.
Parade Signals the Commencement of
MSC Olympics 2013
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LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
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Dr. Romulo H. Malvar shakes hands
with Vice Governor Romulo A. Baccorro
Jr., expressing his thanks for being the
guest speaker on the opening program.
NEXUS, reigns first runner-up in Cheer dance Nexus Cheer dancers placed
first runner-up in the Cheer Dance Competition held August 19, Mon-day morning right after the opening program at MSC Covered Court.
Through the spontaneous screams as the Nexus cheer dancers performed, the audience expressed how they were charmed by the stunts and routines shown by each performer. Despite inevitable errors committed ,the dancers amazed the crowd with their boosting confidence all through out their performance.
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Nexus Cheer Dancers show their Power Ranger formation.
AB English and BA Communication arts aaccup accredited level 1
Msc Olympics 2013 issue no. 1 august 20, 2013
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Boards of Judges which composed of respectable people coming from the inside and outside of the province namely: SLSU Sports Director Prof. Fedirico A. Seribo, SLSU Culture and Arts Di-rector Prof. Rico L. Morales, MSC President Dr. Romulo H. Malvar, Vice Mayor Roberto F. Macdon, and Supply Officer Mrs. Grace Iledan with Dr. Almon A. Ocquendo from Cavite State University as the chairman of the board have finally decided that that from the eight competing teams E-nnovators of School of Information and Compu-ting Siences to hail first, Nexus of School of Arts and Sciences to land
MSC Olympics... Muse and escort of every
team, its unit flag raising signified the official opening of MSC Olympics 2013 enthused the players, coaches and officials of different delegations.
Ms. Cherie Ann Morales, a SAS faculty member, introduced the guest speaker, Honorable Vice Governor Romulo A. Bacorro Jr., M.D. On his speech he said that Olym-pics was one event in MSC when we became a family. It developed self-confidence, teamwork, discipline, sportsmanship, etc.
To show our gratitude, President Malvar, Dr. Leodegario M. Jalos, and Dr. Diosdado Zulueta gave the Plaque of Appreciation and a token to our Hon. Vice Gov. Romulo A. Bacorro.
Afterwards, the declaration of the Oath of the Athletes led by Ms. Judy Ann A. Bata-Anon and Oath of the Officials led by Mr. Edgardo R. Laririt ensued.
on second and Artisan of School of Industrial Technology to get the 3rd place.
Ms. Kimberly Grace Mistal, who is the coach of the cheer dancers, was very proud of the success of the cheer dancers. Worth ang pagod at pag-overnight naming dahil sa pagkapanalo nila, she said.
Gemarie Manao Julia Franceska Mercene
Parade signals the opening
of the MSC Olympics 2013
An opening parade starts the Marinduque State College (MSC) Olympics 2013 with the theme Sharing MSCs Legacy through Festival of Sports, Cultural and Liter-acy at Boac Covered Court this morning, August 19, 2013.
MSC students, officials, faculties, coaches and athletes were gathered in the said place wearing their respective uniforms as they proudly represent their school. The parade begun at exact-ly seven oclock headed by the PNP Marshalls, Color, Mogpog Brass Band, Supreme Student Council Federation (SSCF) Boac, Sta. Cruz, Gasan, Torrijos, officers and officials followed by the facul-ties, coaches, athletes, contestants and student of different delegation namely Blue Flames, SSTED La-boratory School, Artisan, Matrix, Agri-Power, SETED Warriors, Seiners, E-nnovators, Nexus, Pana-cea, Trojans, Lex Coercitor, MNHS DLC and lastly the non-teaching personnel, other officials of the college and guest.
Madelene M. Nacawili
Sarah Jane S. Lupig
Nexus muses, escorts, athletes and coaches flaunt themselves in the parade.
Nexus spills Agri- Power,
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MARJORY ANN GUERERRO RANKS THIRD IN LITERARY CONTEST
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Marjory Ann Guererro ranks Third in Literary Contest
Gathering 91% of the
total average, Marjory Ann
Guererro, a junior student of
Bachelor of Arts in Communica-
tion was announced as the second
runner-up in MSC Olympics
2013, for literary contest pagku-
Held at the MSC Learning
Resource Center, the competition
started at exactly one o clock in the
afternoon with Dagliang Talumpati
as the prior competition. All partici-
pants were given five minutes to
deliver their s