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After being runners up last year, Molave Men’s Hall (MMH) has claimed the championship title during the University Inter-dormitory Student Body (UISB) Quiz Show held at VSU Convention Center on Monday, November 25.

FOR THE ENVIRONMENT. Volunteers from various student organizations meet at the VSU beach for a clean-up drive. Photo by TARSIER Philippines

To continuously promote the protection and restoration of the environment.

HAZY. Mt. Pangasugan obscured from clear sight by thick haze. Photo by Jed Asaph Cortes

The haze first became visible in VSU a week ago.

SCRIMMAGE. Students gather at the VSU Upper Oval for a security briefing amid bomb scare. Photo by Sarah Mae Agpalo Duallo

 Classes and work at VSU were disrupted on Wednesday, March 27, following an SMS warning to officials and students of possible bombs implanted in the school

WOUNDED. Noreen Ampalayo lies on the floor after colliding with the opposing team player.

She was immediately brought to the Ormoc Doctors' Hospital.

PROUD. The new set of Prince and Princess for this year's search of Ginoong Malakas and Binibining Maganda. Photo by VSU Web Team

Cabuquing and Candela raised triumphant from 7 paired candidates from the 10 factions vying for the crown.

INSTA-DORM. Mulberry MH's Insta-roid design gets visitors pose for their instagrammable photos. Photo by VSU Web Team

Rosal Cottage is the very first “Best Cottage” titleholder in the UISB history.

TOP. From their third place standing two years ago, the Guardians rose to the top as they seized the Overall Champion title of the 2019 system-wide #VSUIntrams. Photo by JP Corton

 After their Binibining Maganda victory, Guardians wrapped up the #VSUIntrams with 74 gold medals, obtaining the overall champion title.

ACKNOWLEDGE. Ormoc City Vice Mayor, Hon. Leo Carmelo L. Locsin Jr. during his keynote speech for the opening of the System-wide Intramural at the VSU Upper Oval.

Locsin credited VSU as part of Ormoc City’s progress as university graduates join the city's workforce.

HOMELESS. 20 families now displaced as most parts of the VSU Warner Apartments burned to dust yesterday.

As of writing, the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) has yet to issue a report on the cause of the fire.