While everyone is here suggesting other epistolary novels to have emailed, I'd like to suggest Winter Letters by Agustin Fernández Paz. It would be much shorter than Dracula (i think it's just a few weeks maybe?) but it's really good and creepy and not enough ppl know about it imo
Edit: I just realized that since the book isn't out of copyright it wouldn't be possible but I still highly recommend reading it!!
78 Faculty and Staff honored in Service Awards program
Faculty and Staff Service Awardees with (center, from left to right) HRD Director Prof. Rodel Palomar, CPU President Dr. Teodoro Robles, Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Irving Domingo Rio, Vice President for Finance and Administration Dr. Florence Bogacia, Vice-President for Student Affairs Prof. Esther Rose Romarate.
Faculty and Staff who had rendered long service to Central Philippine University were honored in the 2019 Service Awards Program on December 20 at the Rose Memorial Auditorium. The 78 awardees received incentives, plaques, and certificates.
The program started at 2:30 in the afternoon with a Community Singing led by University Church Associate Pastor Rev. Roger T. Quimpo. Senior Pastor Rev. Cris Amorsolo Sian led the devotional, which was followed by the Pambansang Awit led by Ms. Magdalena Cristi Lyni Huyong, Coordinator, Cultural Affairs Office.
Dr. Teodoro C. Robles, University President greeted the faculty and staff and congratulated the 2019 Long Service Awardees. He thanked everyone for their dedication and cooperation in their work which contributed to the improvement of the University. Dr. Robles cited the challenges that his administration faced – including the free tuition fees of state schools, additional rooms for the students and other concerns that the University has overcome with the support of the faculty and staff.
Representing the staff, former Vice President for Student Affairs Rev. Joniel Howard H. Gico thanked CPU employees for the countless opportunities which he considers blessings for the faculty and staff of the University.
Dr. Humar Aberia, on behalf of the faculty, expressed his gratitude for Dr. Robles’ endeavor on the improvement of the faculty and staff’s benefits.
The Long Service Awardees were faculty and staff belonging to the 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 45 – year category, as determined by the Human Resource Development Office. After the Service Award Ceremony, the faculty and staff proceeded to the University Gym for the annual Christmas Party.
LONG SERVICE AWARDEES
Arevalo, Christopher G.
Blones, Mary Jane Z.
Bolina, Ella Grace J.
Dejando, Ana Liza B.
Farillon, Mellissa C.
Franco, Mylen R.
Federez, Augusto E.
Lunasco, Ruth G.
Rafinian, Girlie M.
Villareal, Irene M.
Bretaña, Liezl V.
Alconada, Julie A.
Arañez, Bernadette R.
Babac, Ramy B.
Dario, Raphy Q.
De la Cruz, Steve Tomas Y.
Funtecha, Jocelyn L.
Gico, Joniel Howard H.
Golez, Nelson V.
Jarangan, Maricar C.
Lastrilla, Adolfo C.
Piolo, Joebert D.
Aberia, Rouella Cheyenne C.
Baldon, Charlie D.
Bautista, Gina B.
Borlongan, Ilda G.
Cocjin, Annalee L.
Colorge, Ma. Dona Luz C.
Cornel, Jayner F.
Dela Peña, Renia F.
Gico, Emma T.
Jardenil Claire Anne D.
Jimenea, Daisy G.
Montaño, Antonio, Jr. M.
Narido, Virginia M.
Sian, Debbie Marsha G.
Yap, Janette E.
38 Andrada, Rizaldo V.
39 Bellosillo, Ma. Victoria G.
40 Cenal, Ronaliza M.
41 Labatorio, Moises, Jr. D.
42 Subiere, Veronico C.
43 Alicante, Jelvit Amor C.
44 Alog, Sunlight P.
45 Baliguat, Bernadine T.
46 Balofiños, Theresa T.
47 Dianala, Charlett B.
48 Enriquez, Sylvia D.
49 Fegarido, Adele Grace G.
50 Golilao, Christine B.
51 Hermano, Melanie G.
52 Junsay, Merle L.
53 Peleña, Ma. Cynthia T.
54 Ruegg, Evamer G.
55 Seresula, Mark Agustin J.
56 Janaysay, Reynaldo J.
57 Lara, Maria Paz Marigold L.
58 Madero, Victorio G.
59 Catalan, Daisy Joy C.
60 Castroverde, Leizl M.
61 Chin, Jesica B.
62 Saquibal, Ernesto, Jr. S.
63 Ygan, Imelda A.
64 Trasporto, James Peter T.
65 Abecendario, Mary Ann M.
66 Encajonado, Joel L.
67 Faraon, Orpha Vic S.
68 Fernandez, Stella G.
69 Seredrica, Ma. Victoria C.
35- YEAR CATEGORY
Campos, Amalia F.
Samoro, Juliet G.
Militar, Jeriel G.
Acervo, Ophelia B.
40- YEAR CATEGORY
Dusaran, Reynaldo N.
Monserate, Fernita S.
Aberia, Humar D.
Elevado,, Ramona D.
Patricio, Hope G.
LUBAO is a 1st class municipality and is one of the 22 towns of the province of Pampanga. It is located at the southwestern part of the province. It is bounded by the municipalities of Guagua on the north, Sasmuan on the east, Floridablanca on the west and Orani, Bataan on the south.It has a total land area of 15,731.11 hectares and is politically subdivided into 44 barangays: Balantacan, Bancal Sinubli, Bancal Pugad, Baruya (San Rafael), Calangain, Concepcion, Del Carmen, Dela Paz, Don Ignacio Dimson, Lourdes (Lauc Pao), Prado Siongco, Remedios, San Agustin, San Antonio, San Francisco, San Isidro, San Jose Apunan, San Jose Gumi, San Juan, San Matias, San Miguel, San Nicolas 1st, San Nicolas 2nd, Spablo 1st, San Pablo 2nd, San Pedro Palcarangan, San Pedro Saug, San Roque Arbol, San Roque Dau, San Vicente, Santa Barbara, Santa Catalina, Santa Cruz, Santa Lucia, Santa Maria, Santa Monica, Santa Rita, Santa Teresa 1st, Santa Teresa 2nd, Santiago, Santo Domingo, Santo Nino (Prado Aruba), Santo Tomas, Santo Cristo.
Lubao’s terrain is generally flat and its elevation is between 0-3 meters only. Its broad plains constitute about 64.30% of the total land area. Its southern coastal area comprises 3,810.12 hectares or 24.29% which serve as the town’s fishing grounds. It is traversed by two major rivers: Gumain and Kaulaman.
According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 143,058 people in 23,446 households. It is noted for rice, sugarcane, fish and sampaguita production.
As the first Augustinian missionary center in Central and Northern Luzon, it is predominantly a Roman Catholic town.
Lubao has produced two Presidents of the Philippines: Diosdado P. Macapagal and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Other famous “Lubenians” include movie stars Rogelio and Jaime dela Rosa, movie director Gregorio Fernandez, movie actor Rudy Fernandez, pianist Cecil Licad, Huk commander Silvestre Liwanag, alias “Linda Bie,” and others.
The name Lubao was derived from the indigenous word “lubo” which means low. “Lubo” is characteristically muddy and flooded; later, the term evolved into “lubao,” which is the town’s present name. The Austronesian word is associated with the low or depressed elevation of the town. Hence, Lubao is synonymous to its ancient name Baba.
The aborigines of Lubao are the Aytas who are also popularly known baluga to the lowlanders. The Aytas were nomadic, hunters, superstitious and paganistic. They first settled in Lubao via the Gumain River, a major tributary, which gets its water from Mounts Abu, Cabusilan and Pinatubo and then streams to the Balukeke River in San Pablo Matua until it finally empties at the present day Calangain River along the Pampanga and Manila Bay areas.
Along this low, yet fertile and sandy (mabalas) riverbanks of the area, strategically settled the pioneering balugas which defined them as the earliest pangpangans (riverbank settlers). The ancient balugas built their communities (balayan) along the banks of these small rivers or estuaries (sapang malati) which is why they were called tau lati or pangpangans or simply river bank people.
As the settlement flourished, the early pangpangans (later Kapampangans) of Lubao strategically concentrated themselves in Caongutan or Lalam Ungot (a swampy hamlet in Sta. Cruz). Hence, the cosmogenesis of the Kapangpangan realm.
Soon, intrepid Austronesians (Malays) started to amalgamate with the natives and taught them trade, education, government and religion. Barter was the mode of exchange, Sanskrit the orthography; monarchy the government, and Islam the religion. It was in the same area where they politically organized themselves and the ancient pagaga (cemetery) was located.
Shortly, Lubao was the trading emporium of the kapangpangans (riverbank people) that shaped Lubao as the Cradle of Kapampangan Civilization. Similarly, Lubao or Baba became synonymous to Kababan because it was the center point of trading and enterprises in the Kapampangan sphere. Its ancient port was believed to have direct trade links with Brunei, Malacca, Sumatra and Guangshou (China).
Lubao as the Cradle of Kapampangan Civilization prides itself in its timeless monuments: simple, proud and noble people; Christianity; and good governance in public service. These are immemorial traditions embellished in the persona of its people which they cherish forever because they are inherently germane in their soul
Resultados examen de botánica del 18 de febrero de 2020
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