CCSE ladyspikers snagged crown from CON, 15-13

August 30, 2012–Challenged to overthrow last year’s defending champion, the College of Computer Studies and Engineering (CCSE) girl squad finally overpowered the College of Nursing (CON) during the women’s volleyball championship match at the college gym.

CON took the first set with a three-point advantage over the challenging team. Recovering from the 25-22 score, CCSE easily owned the next two sets, leading the game with twice the opponent’s score, clinching 25-12 and 25-14 respectively.

The CON struggled against the already dominating squad on a neck and neck exchange of rallies at the end of the fourth set, which concluded to a 26-24 advantage for the former.

It was a magnificent display of spikes and blocks during the tie breaking round as the two teams tried to dominate one another to decide this year’s champions.

The game concluded with CCSE grabbing the title from CON, adding to the golds and glitters of the already most decorated department.

“They were inspired to do their best with the help of their own team members. Nagkaroon ng coordination at team work among the players kaya ganun naging resulta,” says Engr. Bernardo F. Vallo, coach of the CCSE

“Nahirapan  ang CCSE sa CON kasi magaling sila, but they practiced. Nagkaroon sila ng teamwork at  naging responsible sila sa mga dapat nilang gawin para sa game,” says CCSE’s playing coach.
by Jasmine P. Sibayan, BSEd 2016


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Freshies rock first ever Youth JaM

September 6, 2012–“Shout for joy, sing His praises, and lift your voice, unto the Lord!” Songs and dances of worship and praises presented by freshmen students filled the atmosphere of Thursday’s evening.

Youth JaM was celebrated for the first time in Lorma Colleges. “JaM does not however refer to teen parties. Instead, it is Youth: Jesus and Me,” clarified Pastor Brennus Paragas, Lorma chaplain.

Twenty one sections performed on stage, delivering creative skits, musical and numbers. Of these, five groups were recognized for their memorable performances and were given financial incentives.

BS Computer Engineering I – I wowed the house with their singing choral version of the song “At the Cross.” Meanwhile, BS Pharmacy I-1 who delivered an impromptu singing choral and majestic black theater interpretation of the song “Still” impressed the spectators.

BMLS I-1 fascinated the onlookers with their striking choral and dance presentation of the song “One”. RadTech I-1 fascinated the viewers with their marvelous choral version of the song “Who am I?”

A special award for the department that has the most number of students who finished the program was given to the Radiologic I –I department.

The “Miracle” musical play of the BSN I – I touched the hearts of the observers.

“Naiyak talaga ako sa play ng BSN I – I, medyo nakakarelate din kasi ako na kahit na napakabigat ng mga problema ko, I still believe na may reason at plano si God kaya niya binigay ang mga pagsubok na to sakin,” says Oreus Cruz of BS Pharma I – I.

Though the program ended late, a considerable number of students still stayed and finished it.

The first ever Youth JaM was organized by the United Christian Church.


by Jasmin Princess Estonilo, BSP 2016


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CCSE Volleyball Squad survives tough match against CON, 25-17

September 7, 2012–The College of Computer Studies and Engineering (CCSE) squad achieved another milestone as they defended their volleyball title with a 3-1 set score against rival College of Nursing at a jam-packed college gymnasium during the school intramurals.

The reigning champs’ Lhesley Legaspina led his team to victory delivering a winning spike on the fourth set with a 25-17 score.

From the start to its end, both teams made the crowd roar with excitement on their neck-to-neck rallies. After several exchange of dazzling attacks, CCSE dominated the first set of the match with a 25-19 blast.

Being clobbered on the first chapter, CON heated up and bounced back on the second set clinching a 26-24 advantage.

The defending champs regained their composure on the third set and mercilessly routed the opponent at 25-8 set score.

The challenger fought hard to force a set 5 showdown but CCSE rallies subdued their net foe on the fourth cut and claimed the title.

“They have to defend their crown. One of the strategies was we conducted a sports fest in our own department and from that we chose the best players. Teamwork din ang kailangan at walang sisihan sa huli,” says Engr. Bernardo F. Vallo, coach of CCSE.

“The better team won. I have no hard feelings at all. It’s good because everyone is friendly and kind,” says Justin Mendoza of CON.

After kneeling to CCSE on the eliminations, CON ousted the Radiologic Technology department to claim the championship ticket with CCSE waiting on the Finals.

“Maganda yung game. Lahat ng players namin nagcooperate tapos lahat ng sinasabe ko sinusunod naman nila. Mahalaga din yung teamwork at practice namin,” CCSE’s team captain, Joerey Medina added.

 by  Temis Joshua Vargas, BSN 2016 and Kristine Venasquez, BSN 2016

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