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IRIGA CITY --- its three (3) birds in one stone for the University of Northeastern Philippines (UNEP) after bringing home momentous accolades from the recently concluded Tig-Aw Festival 2016 competitions held in Tigaon, Camarines Sur last August 10.
The selected students of UNEP, representing the best of dancers from UNEP Dance Club (UDC), Circle ofConsummate Artists (CCA) and majorettes wowed the crowd with their performance which gave them the Best Moving Choreography Award in the Street Dance Competition.
During the dance exhibition, UNEP landed 1st runner up with their astounding presentation. Michelle Theresia Maurer was also crowned as Festival Queen during the culmination night of the Tig-Aw Festival.
UNEP-UDC first shined after being cited as the ultimate winner of the 1st Association of Bicol Business Students’ (ABBS) Dance Competition held in Naga City in September 2015. Behind their success is UDC Coordinator Ronnie “Ohnie” Oliva who is also this competition’s Production Manager.
“The courage that pushed us to do what we have done, to go there and aim for the win comes from ourUniversity President, Atty. Remelisa Alfelor-Moraleda. Her belief that we can do it fueled and ignited our resolve to do our best and bring home the honor to our beloved university’,” Oliva stated.
Award-winning UNEP CCA was also a pride of the university having won many competitions in the past. It is under the headship of its guru, Professor Rudyard Contreras-Pesimo who believes to never rest on their laurels. He believes that there should be an incessant desire to improve oneself and continue learning, These elements, Oliva believes were the reason why they never fail to amaze their audience with their performance.
Atty. Peachy, as she is fondly called by UNEPians extended her warm congratulations to the team for adding another feather to UNEP’s cap. Her dynamism, coupled with her positive outlook has influenced the UNEPians to dare every challenge and emerge as the victors.
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