Normalites show artistic prowess

An afternoon filled with laughter, artistic prowess and feels as this year’s Student’s Day continues with the theme Normnival: An Endless Carousel. The midday was jam-packed with words and melodies brought by the talented and passionate Normalites. Euphonies and harmonies radiated through the air as different mellow songs accompanied by various instruments vibrated around the hall as the Normalites were serenaded not only by songs … Continue reading Normalites show artistic prowess

NORMNIVAL – Cementing Relationships

“ You will have a chance to cement relationships. “ Said newly elected CNU president, Dr. Filomena Dayagbil in her welcome address for Student’s Day, 2017. She president mentioned how events such as these are equally as important as academics, because it creates balance, hence producing, healthy, “ Normal “ students in CNU. The program started with a Holy Mass, conducted at the Samuel Mc’Clintock … Continue reading NORMNIVAL – Cementing Relationships

CNU hosts Y4U 2016

Chosen as the most prepared and the most willing school, Cebu Normal University (CNU), for the first time, catered the International Assembly of Youth for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The four-day event, also known as Y4U, had its first time being held outside Manila. Rooted to its commitment and enthusiasm in youth empowerment, CNU found the honor being the venue … Continue reading CNU hosts Y4U 2016

DAY 1: CAS outsmarts opponents in Quiz Bowl

College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) came out on top in a head to head competition against the College of Teacher Education (CTE) and the College of Nursing (CN) in the 2016 Arts and Cultural Festival Quiz Bowl Tournament. The three teams drew in a fierce competition in the Philippine Constitution, the Geography and the Philippine History categories in easy and difficult levels. In the … Continue reading DAY 1: CAS outsmarts opponents in Quiz Bowl

DAY 1: CTE wins teeth-clenching victory

College of Teacher Education (CTE) won by just a single point against last year’s defending champion, CNU-Medellin, in their basketball game yesterday, 48-47. “I’m very contented sa team because amung napildi ang defending champs so dako kay ni nga boost para namo para sa next games. I’m happy for the team and for CTE,” said Carl Loyola, CTE’s team captain. Loyola, however, admitted that they … Continue reading DAY 1: CTE wins teeth-clenching victory

DAY 1: Balamban faces Disqualification

CNU-Balamban Badminton team faced disqualification from playing the second round of games. This, after they failed to bring sufficient amount of players for the Badminton tournament. Lack of communication and misunderstandings regarding the rules and regulations led to the said team bringing only three available players for male and female category. “Prepare na unta mi kaayo ato pag first. Naa may haka-haka gud nga tulo … Continue reading DAY 1: Balamban faces Disqualification

DAY 1: Sepak Game Reschedule

  CNU-Balamban and CNU-Medellin will battle for the Sepak Takraw Championship tournament tomorrow, 8 am at Cebu City Sports Complex (CCSC). This, after the schedule of the tournament was rescheduled due to the time constraint. According to Marlon Gicain, the official referee of the game, there has been a conflict with the reservation of the venue. “Niingon man gud si sir Ibanez na hangtud kuno sa … Continue reading DAY 1: Sepak Game Reschedule

Day 1: Chess Proceeds amidst Delay

Electrical problems and sudden change of venue caused a 3-hour delay of the Chess games yesterday morning. The event which was supposed to be held at the second floor of the Library Building at 7 am was transferred to Emma Center, reportedly due to amiscommunication. “In my opinion, wala nisugot ang librarian. Maybe, wala siguro mahatagi ug communication from kung kinsa man ang in charge … Continue reading Day 1: Chess Proceeds amidst Delay

Day 1: CAS overthrows the competition, stealing golds

Amidst the financial difficulties, the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) boosted over the rest of the colleges garnering 18 gold medals in the Athletics Event held at the Cebu City Sports Complex (CCSC)yesterday. Within the flow of the various events in men’s division, CAS and CNU-Balamban had the closest competition among all other colleges. The male athletes of both units executed excellently on the … Continue reading Day 1: CAS overthrows the competition, stealing golds

INTRAMURALS 2016: ILS participates with Other Units

“We will also be together in this activity, that we will always uphold the spirit of camaraderie in whatever we do in this university.” These were the words of Dr. Daisy Palompon, the Officer-In-Charge (OIC) President, in an interview with AngSugaas she reminded everyone of the value of teamwork and unity during the Intramural Games and Cultural and Arts Festival 2016. This was emphasized further … Continue reading INTRAMURALS 2016: ILS participates with Other Units

Buwan ng Wika 2016: Matagumpay na Pagtatapos

by Korina Jean Regis “Ang isang buwang pagdiriwang sa wikang Filipino ay hindi sapat dahil araw-araw sa buong taon ay dapat ilalaan natin sa ating pagbibigay-pugay sa ating pagka-Pilipino,” sabi ni Dr. Romeo Macan, Direktor ng Sentro ng Wika at Kultura (SWAK) sa kanyang pambungad na mensahe sa pagdiriwang ng pagtatapos ng Buwan ng Wika. Ang taonang komemorasyon ng Buwan ng Wika ay pinangunahan ng … Continue reading Buwan ng Wika 2016: Matagumpay na Pagtatapos

My Paradise | Julie Mae Bacus

MY PARADISE is a 12 year old poem by CNU alumna. By: Julie Mae Bacus – Chavez CNU BSED Section R – Social Science Major, 2005 * * * * * Alone, far from the façade of my paradise. Paradise of dreams to which some, I have conquered. Some, I’ve left behind, And some, still hang all my desires.   Will I be staying away … Continue reading My Paradise | Julie Mae Bacus


‪#‎HigalangNormalite‬ “WE ARE OFTEN UNDERESTIMATED BY OTHER MAJORS… “All of us soon will become educators, so why need to compare if our only goal is to cater the needs of our future learners? We are often underestimated by the other majors because they are not in our shoes. MAPEH is not only more on physical. Mas more on pud sa mental, unya lisod sad siya. … Continue reading “WE ARE OFTEN UNDERESTIMATED BY OTHER MAJORS…

A Night with JERIKA

A Night with JERIKA. Featuring music sensation and VISPOP Champion JERIKA TEODORICO Jerika Teodorico gained prominence in our local music scene when she bagged the grand prize in Vispop 2.0 with her song “Labyu Langga”. The catchy tune received extensive airplay and made Jerika a household name. She again became a finalist in Vispop 4.0 with her radio-friendly song “Baklay”. Catch her live with her … Continue reading A Night with JERIKA

Mr., Ms. CTE 2016 sets crowd ablaze

  Shouts, applause and signboards flew across the SM hall as in the split of second; new title holders for Mr. & Ms. CTE 2016 will be announced. Amidst a few technical difficulties, the crowd continued to cheer on their bets for Mr. & Ms as the candidates took the stage dressed in red-themed for the production number. This was followed by the talent portion … Continue reading Mr., Ms. CTE 2016 sets crowd ablaze

BTM, B.A. Comm, grab crowns in CAS pageant

  Despite the light disruptions and delay due to the late arrival of some judges, the Mr. and Ms. CAS 2016 pageant commenced at the Integrated Learning School (ILS) stage last night. Among the ten candidates competing for the crown, Raymond Oyangoren from the Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM) 4 and Janica Ando from the Bachelor of Arts in Communication 4 was hailed as the … Continue reading BTM, B.A. Comm, grab crowns in CAS pageant

International Youth Day 2016

IYD urges youth to speak out By Ronald Ray Ensalada TO ENGAGE the youth to speak and adapt to change. This was how Aljon Fernan Navales, a student leader from Cebu Institute of Technology University-Supreme Student Council (CITU-SSC), expressed his thoughts about the remaining number of young people who were deprived of their rights and freedom. “Sad ko para nila, kay sa una pag-high school … Continue reading International Youth Day 2016

Gracias, Senior Lopez!

A Little Thank-You Message To Dr. Marcelo Lopez from the Ang Suga Family Sir, We have been fortunate to have worked under the wing of your administration. The student publication maintains that your support and liberal supervision have nurtured us beyond what is commonly expected from the press. We haven’t received any form of harassment nor interference from the administration in our line of outputs … Continue reading Gracias, Senior Lopez!

Power Shortage interrupts Org Feud Game

Power Shortage interrupts Org Feud Game by Christian Claveria & Mhaiko Jeff la Rosa/SUGA Despite the sudden five-minute power shortage, the Supreme Student Council (SSC) managed to continue the Organization Feud as part of the events of this year’s #‎Normachella Acquaintance Party. Organization Feud is derived from the TV Game show ‘Family Feud’ which has its own mechanics. There were two teams, Team-Pura and Team-ple … Continue reading Power Shortage interrupts Org Feud Game