Sulô completes EB line-up

Sulô, the yearbook committee of the college excluding Psychology Department, finally survived the storm through convening August 7 with the previous editorial board (EB) at the council office.

According to Louie Camino, CSSPSC councilor, it was mid-May when they started application for the Sulô EB but because some seniors are in the province or they prioritize academics, the CSSPSC decided to extend it until June.The extension was further moved to July to accommodate applicants since it was only on mid-June that seniors showed interest.

While the EB is being completed, an exhibit of pictorial photos was launched July 14-17 at the lobby where Studio Digital Arts (SDA) won the votes of CSSP seniors.

For the past years, it was the student council that convenes the Sulô EB under the Student's Rights and Welfare (STRAW) committee headed by the Sasa De Vega, vice-chairperson of the council. The STRAW sets the procedure for choosing the EB by their general program of action (GPOA) - 50% and their exams - 50%.

"Supposedly dapat may interview but since we lacked time, sa GPOAs at exams na lang namin binase yung pagpili (We were supposed to have interviews but since we lacked time, we based our decisions on the GPOAs and exams)" said De Vega. She added that the exam evaluates the level of willingness and ability in handling the responsibility as an EB member.

This year's Sulô EB members are: Vanessa Salvador, Editor in Chief; April Joy Sun, Associate Editor; Gay Paroisa Isabida, Managing Editor; Ruth Abigail Acero, Finance Officer; Kathrine Maxwell, Special Features Editor; Chrisse Jane Prelligera, Layout Editor; and batch representatives Maria Minerva Manalili of the Anthropology Department, Maria Meleah Purganan of Geography, Aaron Abel Mallari of History, Carla Maria Katrina Tantiangco of Linguistics, Jane Kate Calipay of Philosophy, Natasia Anne Padilla and Kristia Lorraine Caringal of Political Science, and Marie Julienne Ente of Sociology.

Article by: Jecel Censoro