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Lasallian Week 2015: Tessellate

By Jairus Cambelisa, Aldrich Rosano On Tuesday, September 22, 2015



PHOTO CAPTION: The Animo Show! Lasallians gather for the culmination of “Tessellate: We Come As One” The 2015 Lasallian Week.

The 2015 Lasallian Week themed Tessellate kicked off on September 14 at the St. La Salle Coliseum with Dr. Marissa Quezon, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs headed the opening ceremony. Lasallians and non-Lasallians were greeted with crowds and smoke emerging from barbecue stands all over the St. La Salle Coliseum Parking Lot, Roman spooked the entire Lasallian community as the Mass Comm Society had its opening salvo from the MM building to the St. La Salle Coliseum Parking Lot and back. The College of Education braved the other five colleges and the English for Global Communication on U-Splash, also known as College Wars, at the St. La Salle Football Field. Jeryn Nitz Gabrielle Castillo of the USLS Integrated School bagged the 2015 Golden Voice at the St. La Salle Coliseum.

The Information Technology Society won the U-League versus USLS Faculty and Staff at the St. La Salle Coliseum on Sep. 15. Another victory is ignited by the College of Education as they won the Ignition: Dance Battle at the St. La Salle Coliseum on Sep. 15, 2015.

Serveza Negra is crowned champion on women’s football on Sep. 16 at the St. La Salle Football Field. The College of Nursing surely placed their bets well as they won Bet On Your Teacher on Sep. 16 at the St. La Salle Coliseum.

The College of Business and Accountancy won men’s football at the St. La Salle Football Field on Sep. 17. TJ Monterde serenaded the night, and Hale rocked the St. La Salle Coliseum Parking Lot on Sep. 17.

CBA won the Lasallian Challenge on Sep. 18 at The Forum. Saan Aabot Ang P100 Mo? (What Do You Get With P100?) A question addressed and answered by participants as they are tasked to adopt a child for one day with a budget of P100. La Salle Gives Back, an event participated by the entire Lasallian Community to children in need. The 2015 Lasallian Week ended with College of Engineering and Technology coming out as champion on the Animo Show.