Products, projects, and various spectacular performances highlighted the Eastern Visayas State University-Tanauan Campus Charter Day Anniversary.

As EVSU-TC commemorated its 18th Charter Day Anniversary, one of the highlights of the activity was the exhibit of different projects and products created by the students from different departments.

The engineering department showcased the miniature of the whole campus and some prototypes. Meanwhile, the technology department highlighted an airport-themed exhibit and prepared some food for the visitors. The education department displayed their tailored dresses. The BEM department showcased business plans and implementations.

“I think this is commendable,” said Dr. Lydia M. Morante, the Vice-President of Academic Affairs of EVSU.

She added that although we are not saying that all of these are perfect, there is always room for improvement.

Morante also pointed out that the school should encourage the students to do more of this activity so that the students will be motivated to come up with good outputs.

The entire EVSU system marks August 7 as a historic event as the institution officially became a university through Republic Act 9311 signed by Former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in 2004.

Article by Lea Albao & Bryan Acero

Photos by Ruben Luz