Valentine’s Day is over! While we gear our eyes toward the romanticism that occurs on the 14th of every February (bouquets, chocolates, and plushies if you're lucky), we often disregard what happens after these declarations, pushing this into the farthest corner of the room. It is in our biological demands that we yearn for sex, yet its discussion still fails to hit the limelight.

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School events like the Intramural Games proves imperative to the student experience: cheering for your faction’s representing athletes, slyly but not-so-subtly stealing glances at your campus crush, or simply hanging out with your friends— these are merely a few things you could do to enjoy Visayas State University’s (VSU) Sálingkusóg2023. However, not everyone enjoyed the leisure that the grand event provided; some went through hurdles that not even the greatest runner could easily jump through. As VSU lives through the “transfer of strength”, what do Viscans think of this year's intramurals?

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The Mr. and Ms. VSU pageant is a major highlight in this year’s activities for the university’s 99th founding anniversary. Amid having eight pairs from across all five satellite campuses and colleges of the VSU system competing in the momentous comeback of the university’s most coveted crowns, comes the imminent buzz with pricing of tickets that sparked controversy among the Viscan community early last week.

Graduation marks a joyous yet scary phase in life, as the excitement of newfound freedom and possibilities is tempered by the uncertainty of venturing into the adult world. As the Class of 2023 prepares for their final march this coming 70th VSU commencement exercise, we asked them about their plans and goals as they begin  to walk a new path in life. 


Christmas is just around the corner. It has been the norm for VSU to welcome the Yuletide season with a festive lighting event. The towering and stylish Christmas tree and signature Pinoy parol hanging on posts, which adorn and illuminate the streets and patios of the university, prodded anticipation and excitement within people from different walks of life. And as the COVID-19 pandemic became a staunch part of the observance of these events, excitement and expectations about witnessing this again have doubled, to say the least.

We are almost heading to the last page of the school year, and a new set of student leaders will soon take their seats. As part of the students' annual activity at Visayas State University (VSU), students practice their right to suffrage by electing leaders to take charge of the University Supreme Student Council (USSC).

Intramurals have become a staple fun time of any university. And this year, VSU Intramural Games 2022 has been a major highlight after the long halt posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The sheer excitement and involvement of students from beginning to end are truly inspiring. As cliché as it may seem, experiencing something for the last time can offer a bunch of emotions such as happiness, sadness, excitement, and even relief. Let’s see which of these emotions reflect the feelings of our seniors with their last intramurals in the university.