June 7, 2015

Unity at the top, skirmishes below


FOR the topmost offices, an alliance between the Alayon Party in Cebu and the Liberal Party is being arranged.

But that’s no guarantee their local allies can agree on common candidates in the towns and cities.

Alayon has expressed support for Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas, if he runs for president in 2016, along with the Liberal Party’s (LP) candidates for governor and vice governor of Cebu.

Their allies, however, expect to face LP candidates for Congress, mayor and vice mayor.


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Sunday, June 07, 2015 by Ridgid Sparrow · 0

Old Naga market to host campus


THE Cebu Technological University (CTU) may soon start using the City of Naga’s old public market for its extension campus.

University President Rosein Ancheta Jr. signed a contract of usufruct with City of Naga Mayor Valdemar Chiong recently.

With the contract signed, CTU can now repair the three-storey old public market in Barangay Central Poblacion so the students can have better facilities.

Chiong told Sun.Star Cebu that the Naga extension campus expects around 700 new enrollees for this school year.


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Sunday, June 07, 2015 by Ridgid Sparrow · 0

Talisay City College seeking Ched’s approval for courses


THE Talisay City College is ready to welcome around 1,200 enrollees this year despite some questions regarding some courses that will be offered.

Dr. Edgar Martinez, TCC caretaker and dean of colleges, said classes will start on June 15, even though they are still applying for accreditation with the Commission on Higher Education (Ched) 7 for some of their courses.


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Sunday, June 07, 2015 by Ridgid Sparrow · 0