CSSC organizes 2015 acquaintance party

By Neoniel Pedutem

"This may be the start of working hands together towards University hood" emphasized Regyn Silionar, College Supreme Student Council President and ISCOF Board of Trustee member in her opening speech during the 2015 acquaintance party themed "ISCOF: Fostering closer ties towards university-hood" on July 31.

In the morning, students beautified their respective colleges for the clean-up drive contest and the College of Liberal Arts (COLA) won.

Come afternoon, students garbed in casual attire paraded to the college gym in their class colors- green (freshmen), yellow (sophomores), blue (juniors), and red (graduating seniors).

Parlor games were conducted in the spirit of camaraderie and fun and teams were formed by randomly picking from the registered participants.

According to college, teams also competed in cheers and yells and in mob dance.

COED, in their pitch-perfect-2- inspired cheering and yelling, was declared champion, while the high schoolers snatched the runner-up tilt.

COLA got the cash prize for President's Choice.

COED's Twerk it Like Miley was also declared champion in the mob dance contest, but again, it was COLA's rendition that caught the President's attention and won another cash prize.

In the disco socials in the evening of the same day, a surprise search was conducted for the four best dressed ladies and four best attired gentlemen.

"It was the most fun I've had here in ISCOF," declared an unnamed senior who claimed that the disco, after a long time of having been banned, was a great treat.

Nomar Haquias, a COED junior and ______, a CFAS freshman both agreed however that it was the parlor games that truly brought the house down.

"My officers and I are glad that the students enjoyed the acquaintance party. I guess our efforts paid off. The CSSC is there for the students after all,' said Instructor Shiela May Barrientos, CSSC adviser.