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THEFT. Phones, power banks, chargers and money were stolen from VSU Alangalang Blue Eagles during #VSUIntrams Day 1. Graphics by Raymund Pastoril/Amaranth.

"About 20 of our people were robbed. The biggest amount taken was 1,200.00Php," said Baldespinosa, Blue Eagles GAM.

REFINED. Sylvan Dragon’s, Mr. Nichol John Suficiencia and Guardian’s, Ms. Trishia Jade Acilo posing with Mr. Alexander Luminario and Ms. Carmela Rustia after being crowned Mr. and Ms. Intramurals 2017. Photo by VSU Web Teams

They will represent VSU in the regional SCUAA 2017 pageant.

PASSING THE BATON. The new USSC Officers pose with outgoing President Mark Michael Unlu-cay, who hands over his gavel to COE's John Allan Gulles. Photo by Tristan Miasco/VSU Web Team.

The president-elect of the College of Engineering rises up to become the next student regent.

NO DEADLINE? CHED Regional Office VIII relaxed its June 28 deadline after being pointed out that the national memo didn't stipulate a deadline.

According to Prof. Loreto, CHEDRO VIII has not specified a new deadline but the University Students Services Office (USSO) will be accepting papers until July 14, 2017 to give time to process these documents.

GLOBALIZATION. Former Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary and ex-Leyte Governor, Jericho 'Icot' Petilla, receiving the plaque of appreciation from University President Dr. Edgardo E. Tulin during the 93rd Anniversary Convocation. Photo by VSU Media Team

Industrial efficiency and competitiveness is necessary to pull the country out of the realms of poverty.

NEW REGENT. On July 22, 2017, Saturday, the CSSC presidents will elect a new USSC president from among themselves.

The candidates will most likely come from COE, CAS, and CAFS.

YOLANDA AID. CHED releases five-thousand peso financial assistance to students affected by the 2013 supertyphoon, but with conditions.

The deadline for the submission of documents was Wednesday, June 28, 2017, but the USSO continued to accept papers because students insisted.

CLEAN SLATE. The USSC Officers of SY 2016-2017 pay off all the council's debts so the next administration can start over.  Photo by Isabel Gimenez.

The new administration can now start over.

TAKE IT FROM ME. Former student leader Marjhun Ricarte keynotes the Student Leadership Congress as Prof. Aleli Villocino, USSC adviser, and Ms. Cristy Tauy, VSU's student organizations in-charge, look on. Photo by VSU Media Team.

The Congress is made up of "life-changing" activities that will sharpen and hone students' skills as leaders.

LAST SIGNATURE. Graduating students sing the VSU Hymn in front of Prof. Manolo B. Loreto, Dean of Students, before he signs the clearance.

The deans weighed in on what constitutes 'academic and other requirements' in the VSU Code.