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SSA Class Presents "The Fatal Quest"

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Monday, 23 March 2015 09:06
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The Speech and Stage Arts class under Prof.Sarah Decelyn Gauzon has performed successfully their finals last March 16, at M.T. Oliverio Hall. The class is composed of English majors, both AB English and BSEd English students. However, the class presentation was led by a BS. Biology student, Mr.Alexis Jumao -as. The main presentation was the interpretation of the popular classical play called "The Fatal Quest" in a chamber theatre and the interpretative dance. The intermission numbers were poetry, speech choir and music renditions by Mr. Pian Banday.. after the presentation was the closing remarks of Sardale Gauzon which centered on the importance of arts in humanities. --By Sophia Pascua

Estores and St. Hilaire Visit MVC

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Monday, 23 March 2015 09:04
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The college family warmly welcomes Pastor Levi Estore and Pastor Justis St, Hilaire to the campus. They arrived last Wednesday this week for a brief visit with their acquaintances. Pastor Estores finished AB Theology in 1979, married to Esther Famisaran, 1980- BSEED, 1979-MS President 1st semester, 1980-West Visayan Conference,(Assist Pub. Director, District Pastor, Bible teacher (WVA) Publishing Director ( WVC)), 1991-2005 –CPUC Publishing Director, 2005-2008-President(WVC), 2008-President-Senior Pastor in Vancouver . Pastor Justis St. Hilaire is an. Evangelist of British Columbia Conference in Canada.

Leaders from Africa came to learn from MVC

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Monday, 23 March 2015 08:54
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Twelve Adventist University and Church leaders from East-Central African Division were on campus last March 8 - 10, 2015 for a learning visit. Their visit to MVC is the “crowning act“ of their study tour in seven Adventist Educational institutions in Thailand, Korea and the Philippines. Aside from MVC, the group also visited Asia-pacific International University (APIU) in Thailand, Samyook University in Korea, and in the Philippines, they visited the Adventist University of the Philippines (AUP), Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS), Manila Adventist Medical Center School of Medical Arts and the South Philippines Adventist College (SPAC).

The group was coordinated by Dr. Ronald Vyhmeister, the VP Finace of the Adventist University of Africa (AUA), which is the counterpart of AIIAS in the African Continent. Other members of the group were Dr. Brempong Owusu-Antwi,President of AUA; Dr. Sampson Nwaomah, Seminary dean of AUA; Dr. Willard Munger, Dean of the School of Postgraduate Studies of AUA; Dr. Margaret Mwangi, Asst. to the President of AUA; Dr. Philip Maiyo, President of Baraton; Dr. Dani Harelimana, VP Finance of Baraton, Dr. Athanase Rutebuka, President of Ethiopia Adventist College; Ptr. Alemu Haile, President of Ethiopia Union; Dr. John Gichuiri Macharia, Education Director of East Kenya Union, Ms. Angelina Pagarigan, VP Finance of Adventist University of Central Africa (AUCA) and Mr. Marc Nelson, the Principal of Maxwell Adventist Academy.

While on campus, they focused their visit on MVC’s range of industries such as the food factory, farm, its corn, sugarcane and rubber plantations. Of particular interest to the group are the Student outreach programs such as the Ministerial Seminar(MS) and the SULADS program for the minority tribes. Essential to institutional self-sufficiency was highlighted by their visit of the Malingon falls, the Manupali river, and the hydro-electric power plants. “

“For 30 years,I’ve been hearing great things about Mountain View College from numerous Filipino missionaries who came to serve in Africa. They fondly talk about MVC. Now I know why. Their commitment and passion for service was nurtured and cultivated by this great institution of learning not only by its excellent academic programs but more importantly by its commitment in fulfilling the mission of Jesus. I wish all our Adventist schools will follow the same blueprint of success.” says Ptr. Alemu Haile, President of Ethiopian Union. --By Gil Micua

122 Master Guides Invested

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Tuesday, 10 March 2015 11:26
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122 candidates for Master Guide and 1 candidate for Guide were invested and received their pins, neckerchiefs, and certificates at the MVC Alumni Church in the afternoon of Saturday, February 28, 2015.

The Master Guide Club MVC Chapter held its Investiture ceremony. It started with the processional of the Master Guides, the platform party, and the candidates. In lieu of the Pastor Don Leo Garilva, College President, Pastor Silverio Reyno, Director for Ministry and Spiritual Life of MVC, gave the Investiture message. Then, Along with the investiture of the candidates for the Master Guide program, active Master Guides who worked out for their advance classes were also recognized and given certificates.

The Investiture ceremony ended with the singing of the Pathfinder song and a Benediction by Pastor Felixian Felicitas, Dean of the School of Theology. After the program, a business meeting was held in which the new officers of the club for the Academic Year 2015-2016 were elected. --By: Roy Almer Geal, BSED-English

 

MAPEH Paintings on Display

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Tuesday, 10 March 2015 11:23
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The Arts for MAPEH Opening Exhibit started with a short program. Aimee Faye Paid gave the opening prayer. Dr. Gemini Asok, professor of the School of Education gave the welcome remarks. Ruel Tambalque and companions interpreted the song called “All of ME” as a special number. Mrs. Sarah Dale R. Gauzon, professor of the School of Arts and Sciences inspired and encouraged the MAPEH students to be thankful to God for the talent He gave to us.” She emphasized that every human being is involved in art when He composes a melody, sings songs beautifully, and paints wonderfully. All these imply that anything accomplished with great skill is art. The closing prayer was offered by Mark Homer Jimenez. After the devotional, the cutting of ribbons took place.

The Arts for MAPEH Exhibit displayed the paintings of some of the MAPEH students under the tutelage of Dr. Gemini Asok. The paintings were displayed at the lobby near the M.T. Oliverio Foundation the Hall from March 2 to March 6, 2015.

These are the following students whose paintings were displayed: Anoche, Claire Antonette; Banay, Jorecydel; Biclar, Wendee Jon; Galigao, Rhyanel; Gargar, Luwel; Gastardo, Leesyr Jade; Jimenez, Mark Homer; Laquinta, Jay Ann; Paid, Aimee Faye; Palomares, Jandy Neyr; Requillo, McKevin; Rizaga, Beltsasar; Romano, Kevin Karl; Tagarao, Shimei; Tambalque, Ruel and Uayan, Jolbert. --By: Jerisa Daisy Batlok, BSED student

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