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by: Alyssa Joselle Alba, Lundgren Reyes, Psalm Abella and Lani Manangan

Student leaders of Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus gathered and imbibed the ideals of servant-first leadership in a camp held last July 20-21, 2013.

The first leadership camp held in the campus aimed primarily to enhance the leadership abilities of Pisay scholars and for them to deepen their understanding of the real essence of leadership with the alumni of Ayala Young Leaders of the Philippines, Incorporated serving as facilitators.

Leadership is a call and must be done with passion”, stated camp director Monchito Mossesgeld, a.k.a, “Tatay Monchito” who inspired the Pisay scholars on his talk “Pisay Students as Servant Leaders”.

According to SSG Adviser Christine Ordinario, the camp is much different from previous seminars conducted because the participants were really immersed to the activities prepared by the facilitators.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 18 September 2013 05:52)

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Tuguegarao North Central School (TNCS) overwhelmed their counterparts and bagged the title of 2013 edition of the Pisay CVC Quiz Show.

On its second year of inception, the contest went regionwide and this time, the trio of Andrew Jerome O. Antonio, Karlos Denzel L. Dayrit and Princess Justice Narag of TNCS cruised past with ease in the three rounds of the competition, accumulating 70 points.

They never trailed throughout the competition as they tallied 20, 14 and 35 points in the easy, average and difficult rounds, respectively.

Van Andrei Pagulayan, a member of the team from Cabagan Science Elementary School (CSES), expressed “Very competitive po 'yung ibang schools at madami pong magagaling. Very nervous po kami but we believed in ourselves”. He added that teamwork helped them make their way up to the podium.

Last Updated (Thursday, 26 September 2013 09:49)

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News Feature by: Wilnice Pica Rosario
(An experience shared by Engr. Jerome Francisco Corpuz’ in topping the 2013 Metallurgical Engineering Board Examination)

Although it was long thought that gold was created in a type of stellar explosion known as a supernova, astronomers have long known that fusion reactions in the cores of stars create lighter elements such as carbon and oxygen, but such reactions can't produce heavier elements like gold.

Do you believe that vibrant gold could be forged from these dull dead stars?

Last Updated (Wednesday, 18 September 2013 05:57)

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