Campus News

The Security office identified a 30-year-old PPO contract worker at Visayas State University (VSU) as the culprit in the reported stealing incidents at Calachuchi Dormitoryand Camia Dormitory, following a self-confession during the investigation conducted by the Security Office, as per the incident report on March 24. 

 

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Stolen money, untraced clothes, and missing gadgets in the hallway are among the few hurdles occupants face in most dormitories inside the Visayas State University (VSU), as proven by the recent incidents reported in the vicinity.

Amid corruption rumors, former president Gardon reappears to grant an interview with Amaranth in an effort to clear out the issue. The USSC follows suit to clarify the matter. 

The Christmas Tree has been lit and Viscans gathered around the warmth of lights and fireworks display at the university’s Centennial Gate as the Visayas State University welcomes the celebration of the Christmas season. The annual celebration is one of the well-sought convocations of every Viscans - ending the year and a reminder of the nearby hard-earned rest from the long haul of this school year, along with your newly-found friends, and loved ones.

Following the “peeping” incident in the female dormitory yesterday, the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Services (OVPSAS) and the Security Office urged Viscans to directly report such incidents for them to conduct immediate actions.

 

Ever pondered the idea of Physical Education as an academic subject? You heard it right, Viscans! so get those muscles and ‘bagtak’ sessions seriously as we make ‘bawi’ for your grades. As they say this time, “Walang tapon sa PE subject.” 

The two-day Geodetic Engineering Congress (GEC) and Geographic Information System Convention (GISC) 2023 culminated as a momentous convergence of academic and professional intellect by uniting distinguished speakers and delegates from the Visayas region at the Visayas State University (VSU) last November 28 to 29.

Viscans jammed to a series of musical performances as the VSU Baybay University Student Supreme Council (USSC) proudly presented a post-Valentine’s concert aptly titled "FLAMES," instilling a spirit of celebration and inclusivity last February 16, at the VSU Gymnatorium. 

With the passion to serve and to be a better representation of the student body, ten delegations from different respective student councils of Visayas State University (VSU) attended the recently concluded Philippine Association of Campus Student Adviser (PACSA)  Midyear National Convention held in Boracay, Philippines, last November 19-21, 2023. 

Great minds from VSU once again left their mark on the global field of research on complex systems. Carl Michael Dela Cruz and John Niño T. Derecho, students of Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics presented each of their research papers at the Conference on Complex Systems (CCS) held in Salvador, Brazil last October 16-21, 2023.