This year’s Ginoong Malakas and Binibining Maganda pageant saw the emergence of a Gladiator and a Dragon amongst the finest beauties and brawns of the university. As these two take center stage, let us get to know them even more through their journey of becoming the newest faces of VSU.
With every new semester comes the same old predicament for both ongoing and new Viscans; ‘I don’t have a place to stay yet’. Whether you are an incoming freshman or transferee who did not apply or was not accepted to an in-campus dormitory, or you are an old student who got evicted from the dorms and/or wishes to move to a new place, you are all going to face the same obstacle. And this issue is further aggravated as the Viscan population continues to increase each year, so finding adequate accommodation for students has grown to be a more dreadful process.
Diversity has been long known to every present and former Viscans. Each one has its own experiences, memories, and stories to tell about their VSU journey. The university had made an enormous positive impact on every alumni student that made their stay notable and yearn for its irresistible energy and engaging environment.
The 1st Regional Agri-Aqua Technology Fair held at VSU provided a platform for 14 technologies from different SUCs to present food products and beverages, agricultural and aquatic equipment and machinery, and agri-aquatic inputs and products to share their innovative works with other SUCs and technology generators, private sectors and industries, and representatives of the LGU offices.
With a variety of choices of places to eat in the bustling Visayas State University, it is with no doubt that it can be an arduous endeavor to look for the perfect spot that will satisfy your grumbling stomach. It adds more struggle when waiting in long queues amidst jam-packed cafeterias and eateries. However, tucked away from the public sight is a restaurant unlike any other that thrives under the management skills of talented and skilled BS Hospitality and Management students.
Reinforced by the motivation to lend a hand, this year’s annual Visayas State University (VSU) Fun Run for a Cause took off yesterday, April 22, with the VSU Lower Oval Grounds as its starting point, spearheaded by the VSU Alumni and Community Relations Office (VSU ACRO), in partnership with the Institute of Human Kinetics (IHK).
As the Visayas State University (VSU) celebrates its 99th anniversary, it unveils a new logo that embodies its rich history and significant gains and successes. The logo interprets VSU's mandate as a higher education institution in agriculture, science and technology, environmental protection, and allied fields. It also pays homage to one of the university's important landmarks, the twin obelisks at the campus entrance.
Pio Paolo Fernandez from the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) and Honey Pie Tagon from the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) hailed as the newest titleholders of Mr. and Ms. VSU 2023, respectively. As surreal as it may be to become representatives of the region’s top university, the path to these coveted crowns was no walk in the park.
In celebration of the 99th Visayas State University (VSU) Founding Anniversary, the event continues its festivities with the Formal Opening of the Flower and Garden Show and ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday, April 20, at the VSU Lower Campus Garden.
A celebration for art and connectivity took place as the 99th VSU founding anniversary “Art Exhibit for a Cause” kicked off today, April 17, anchored on the theme “PANAGSULTI” or conversation, which aims to showcase the diverse and vibrant art scenes of the Visayas, featuring the works of some of the talented homegrown artists in the region, held at the VSU Balay Alumni Buildings.