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Cagayan de Oro City is located at the Northern coast of Mindanao,Philippines. It is the capital of Misamis Oriental province and the regional center for Northern Mindanao.

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Monday, May 19, 2008
FRANCISCO Motors Corporation (FMC) in cooperation with Isuzu Philippines Inc. is set to launch the brand new FMC Jeepney here in Cagayan de Oro.



It has a euro engine, four (4) cycle, direct injection, water-cooled, and in-line ohv diesel with automatic engine stop device.

The body is fully painted and semi-stainless.

The new FMC Jeepney is manufactured by Francisco Motor Corporation, Pamplona, in Las Piñas.

For inquiries, contact the authorized distributor, JAC Automobiles - Cagayan de Oro at JAC Center, Suan Arcade, Masterson Avenue, Ilaya, Carmen at (088) 8584760, 729819
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Monday, April 28, 2008
Xavier University ( Ateneo de Cagayan ) is a Catholic university run by the Society of Jesus in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines.

Xavier University History

It was founded in 1933 as the Ateneo de Cagayan by an American Jesuit Missionary, Fr. James T.G. Hayes S.J., who later became the first Archbishop of Cagayan de Oro. In 1958, Ateneo de Cagayan became a university and was renamed to its present name, Xavier University, in honor of the Jesuit Missionary, Saint Francis Xavier. Fr. Francisco Araneta, S.J., Rector.

Ateneo de Cagayan has grown steadily through the years. A college department was added in 1938, with course offerings in liberal arts, education and commerce. The Grade School was started in 1940. Ateneo de Cagayan had 614 students when it was forced to close during World War II.

From the ruins, postwar reconstruction began immediately under the untiring leadership of Fr. Haggerty and Fr. Andrew Cervini S.J., who succeeded him as Rector, and with the assistance of many benefactors from the U.S. and locally.

The College of Agriculture was started by Fr. William Masterson S.J. in 1953 and the College of Law and the Manresa farm in 1955.

In March 1958 the Ateneo de Cagayan received university status and its present name, Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan, in honor of St. Francis Xavier, Jesuit missionary to the Indies and companion of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus. Fr. Francisco Araneta S.J., Rector when the Ateneo de Cagayan became a university, explained that the change of name "merely crystallized an old spirit that always had been the soul of all Ateneos, the spirit of learning and service, the spirit of purposeful scholarship."

Today Xavier University is a dynamic academic institution committed to the integral education and formation of the nation's youth, especially in Northern Mindanao. It has a grade school with over 1,500 and a high school with over 1,160 students. There are six undergraduate colleges with a total enrollment close to 9,000 (Arts and Sciences, Education, Commerce, Agriculture, Nursing, and Engineering), a Center for Industrial Technology for professional technician courses, and three professional schools (Law, Medicine and Graduate School), with a total enrollment of about 1219 students. As of SY 2002-03, total university student enrollment stands at about 14,000.

Xavier University Campuses

Xavier University operates on four campuses:
  • Main Campus
    4 Corrales Avenue, Dvsoria, Cagayan de Oro City
  • Manresa campus
    4 Upper Balulang Cagayan de Oro City
  • High School
    4 Pueblo de Oro upper balulang Cagayan de Oro City
  • Grade School
    4 Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City


Xavier University is subdivided into the following colleges:

  • College of Arts and Sciences
    Bachelor of Arts major in:
    4 Economics
    4 English Literature
    4 History
    4 Philosophy
    4 Filipino
    Sociology
    International Studies
    4 Business Economics
    4 Development Studies
    Bachelor of Science in Biology
    Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology
    Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
    Bachelor of Science in Psychology
    Bachelor of Science in Chemistry


  • College Of Agriculture
    Bachelor of Arts major in:
    4 Agri-Economics
    4 Animal Science
    4 Crop Science
    Bachelor of Science in Agri-Business
    Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering
    Bachelor of Science in Development Communication
    Bachelor of Science in Food Technology


  • School of Business and Management

    GRADUATE PROGRAMS
    Doctor in Corporate Management
    Master of Business Administration


    UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
    Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
    Bachelor of Science in Management
    Bachelor of Science in Information Management
    Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting


  • College of Education

    Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd)*
    With field of concentration in:
    4 English
    4 Filipino
    4 Mathematics
    4 MAPE
    4 Science and Health
    4 Social Studies
    4 Special Education Program (Sped)
    4 Early Childhood Program (ECP)
    Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd)**
    Major in:
    4 Biology
    4 Computer Education
    4 Chemistry
    4 English
    4 Filipino
    4 General Science
    4 Mathematics
    4 Physical Education, Health, and Music
    4 Social Studies
    4 Values Education

  • College Of Engineering

    GRADUATE PROGRAMS
    Master of Engineering (2 years)
    Master of Information Technology (Non-thesis, 2 years)
    Master of Science in Information Technology (Thesis Program, 2 years)

    UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
    Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (5 years)
    Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (5 years)
    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (4 years)
    Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (5 years)
    Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering (5 years)
    Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (5 years)
    Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (5 years)


  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing with AHSE

  • Technician Courses offered:
    4 Automotive Technology
    4 Computer Technology
    4 Electrical Technology
    4 Electronics Technology
    4 Mechanical Technology
    4 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

  • Graduate School

    ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
    Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) Program
    Master in Public Administration (MPA) Program (Plan A & B)
    Master of Public Management (MPM) Program
    Master of Engineering
    Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT)
    Master of Information Technology
    Master of Arts in Nursing Major in Nursing Administration



Tel. No: (08822) 723116/(088) 858-3116
http://www.xu.edu.ph

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Vice Mayor Vicente Emano hanks MPSC Faculty For Recognizing His Achievements
Monday, April 7, 2008
Vice Mayor Vicente Emano expressed his thanks to the faculty of Mindanao Polytechnic State College for recognizing his achievements as a public official.

This developed after the Vice Mayor learned that the MPSC faculty was unanimous in deciding to confer on him the honorary degree of Doctor of Humanities.The Power learned that the school is conferring the Doctor of Humanities honoris causa to deserving individuals once every seven or ten years.However, Vice Mayor Emano said he is hesitant to accept the academic award, saying "Maulaw ako modawat niana kay dropout lamang ako. Gawas pa, ang ako mao man lamang gayod ang pagserbisyo sa katawhan ug pagpatuman sa mga proyekto nga makahatag sa kaarangan. Wala na ako nag-apas niana nga award. Kon duna pay angay hatagan niini, pwede kaayo nga ilang isibog ang maong pasidungog alang kanako."The academic award was supposed to be given during the MPSC commencement exercises last March 28, but was moved to June 10, in view of the official travel of the Vice Mayor to Manila last March 27-30.

by Raul Gra. Moldez/city Council Office

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Today when Kagay-anons fought the Americans
Sunday, April 6, 2008
MORE than a hundred years ago, Kagayanons and Misamisnons under the command of hometown hero General Nicolas Capistrano, fought the American soldiers outside the San Agustin Cathedral on what is now known as Gaston Park.

Historians called the ensuing battle as the Battle of Cagayan de Misamis. It was a battle fought by Kagay-anons against American soldiers during the Philippine-American War.

Today is the 108th anniversary of that historic battle.

The battle started on April 6, 1900 when the newly formed Philippine troops composed of Kagay-anons and Misamisnons descended from their camp in Gango plateau in Libona, Bukidnon.

Numbering about 2,000, the Kagay-anons vowed they will fight the American soldiers who have occupied Cagayan de Oro and have built several barracks outside the San Agustine Cathedral.

At the dawn of April 7, 1900, the bells of San Agustin Cathedral pealed, and this was the signal for the Kagay-anon and Misamisnon freedom fighters to start their attack.

First to attack were the macheteros, who are armed only with bolos, carried ladders and scaled the barracks where the Americans slept. They were followed by the Kagayan-anon and Misamisnon infantry and cavalrymen.

General Capistrano and his staff stood in the area where the old water tower stands beside the present Cagayan de Oro Archbishop's residence. Capistrano directed his commanders through couriers and hand signals.

But Capistrano's plan for a sneak attack was foiled when Bukidnon lumad warriors, who were among the macheteros, yelped battle cries as they killed an American sentry below the Chauco building where the American commander was sleeping.

The Americans roused from their sleep and fought back from the windows of the barracks. Some American soldiers climbed the Church bell tower where they fired at the poorly armed Kagay-anons and Misamisnons.

But the Filipino troops kept on their attack disregarding the superior firepower and notwithstanding their heavy losses. The fighting was centered at the town plaza, which is now the Gaston Park.

The battle raged for an hour. The Kagay-anon infantrymen and cavalry firing back their obsolete rifles at the Americans. The macheteros, who were able to enter the barracks, fought the American soldiers in fierce hand-to-hand combat.

Captain Apolinario Pabayo, an officer of the macheteros, was among those who first died but not before killing a number of American soldiers.

The maceheteros' leader, Captain Clemente Chacon, tried to climb into the Club Popular building (now where St. Agustine Maternity and General Hospital building stand), but was repealed by American soldiers twice and had to climb down because of a gaping head wound from an American bayonet.

Another patriot took his place and despite his bravery, died from several wounds.

When General Capistrano realized that his casualties were mounting, he ordered a retreat to avoid the slaughter of more men. The Americans pursued the retreating Filipinos up to the edge of town.

The streets of Cagayan de Misamis (now Cagayan de Oro City) were littered that day by the dead bodies of local patriots.

Then Municipal Presidente (now known as City Mayor) Toribio Chaves led the Kagay-anons in gathering the dead bodies and buried them in the local Roman Catholic cemetery.

Later, one of the old streets in the city was named "Heroes de Cagayan" in honor of the brave Kagay-anons and Misamisnons of the April 7, 1900 battle. Now that street is known as Pacana Street.

Today, let us not forget our local heroes who made the supreme sacrifice for freedom some 108 years ago.

Not well trained for war, nor equipped in modern firearms, the Kagay-anons and Misamisnons displayed courage and honor against the American soldiers.

They were mostly young men.

Source: Sun.Star- Cagayan de Oro By Paulita Roa

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2007 Philippine Bar Exam Results
Saturday, March 29, 2008
2007 Bar Examination Result given by the Supreme Court of the Philippines last September 2, 9, 16 and 23,2007. There are 1,289 successful examinees.


Topnotchers

  1. Mercedita L. Ona, Ateneo De Manila University, 83.55
  2. Jennifer Ong, University of the Philippines-Diliman, 83.35
  3. Yvanna BL Maalat, Ateneo, 82.75
  4. Jennie C. Aclan, University of San Carlos, 82.10
  5. John Michael F. Galauran, University of Nueva Caceres, 81.60
  6. Karen S. Canullas, San Sebastian College, 81.40
  7. Cecille L. Mejia, Ateneo De Manila University, 81.35

    Sheryl Ann D. Tizon, University of the Philippines-Diliman, 81.35

  8. Marforth T. Fua, San Beda College, 81.20
  9. Ruby M. Luy, Ateneo De Davao University, 81.15
  10. Christian B. Llido, University of Cebu, 80.90

    Vivian S. Tan, University of the Philippines-Diliman, 80.90



Following is the list of Successful Applicants:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z


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B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# ABALUS, Karen Anne M.
# ABARDO-ESTRADA, Imee M.
# ABARQUEZ, Carlo E.
# ABDULLAH, Princess Shanihar A.
# ABELLA, Johanna R.
# ABISO, Meriame Joy D.
# ABLOLA, Maricez J.
# ABUNDABAR, Rhys Michael S.
# ACEDILLO, Noelle T.
# ACENA, Anna Cecilia D.
# ACERET, Shantel P.
# ACERO, Francis Euston R.
# ACHARON, Paolo Jay S.
# ACHAS, Anne Lourdes R.
# ACLAN, Jennie C.
# ACOSTA, JR., Isagani S.
# ADIN, Fatima Irene T.
# ADIOVA, Agnes Z.
# ADLAO, Joyce P.
# ADRIOSULA, Dino M.
# AFRICA, Cecille Marie A.
# AGAMATA, Abraham A.
# AGDA, JR., Victoriano T.
# AGONCILLO, Gildu R.
# AGOR, Cesar A.
# AGPAOA, Magnum D.
# AGTARAP, Jeffrey M.
# AGUAVIVA, Ma. Aileen G.
# AGULAY, JR., Norberto S.
# AGUNOS, Farah C.
# AGUSTIN, Oliver P.
# AGUSTIN, Ronesito B.
# AKILITH, Joseph A.
# ALADIN-VIDALLO, Rhia N.
# ALAGABAN, Cherilee B.
# ALAPOT, Jeofrey R.
# ALAYON, Marivic M.
# ALBAO, Ismael A.
# ALBAYTAR, Mylene C.
# ALCASABAS, Ramon Manolo A.
# ALDOVINO, Farah A.
# ALEJANDRE, Maria Zenaida F.
# ALEJANDRO, Elsie A.
# ALFONSO, Maria Kathrina C.
# ALFONSO, Ramon M.
# ALILING, Jose Percival Z.
# ALIMA, Joel A.
# ALINAO, Michael A.
# ALINAS, Milber G.
# ALINOG, Joanah C.
# ALIPAO, Ligaya G.
# ALIPUDDIN, Jamecia S.
# ALIÑO, Dennis C.
# ALMAZORA, Madelyn Joy S.
# ALMEDA, John Voltaire A.
# ALMODAL, Jezebel L.
# ALOJADO, Rommero O.
# ALONG, Angela Sigrid J.
# ALONTE, Ruby Christine C.
# ALONTO, II, Abdul Gaffur Madki M.
# ALONZO, Angelita B.
# ALTAMIA, Eden M.
# ALVAERA, Joseph Vincent B.
# ALVAREZ, Ethel L.
# ALVAREZ, Katrina Anne F.
# ALVAREZ, Mercedes K.
# ALVIAR, Myrvilen L.
# AMADA, Aileen E.
# AMATONG, Aldren Raye A.
# AMBATALI, Marian Kristine V.
# AMOLATA, Apple Cherrie S.
# AMPARO, Maria Lourdes G.
# AMPON, Dennis R.
# ANARNA, Jinky Y.
# ANCHETA, Ari N.
# ANDAYOG, Michael S.
# ANG, Alli T.
# ANGEL, Joseph Angelo D.
# ANGELES, Anna Asuncion P.
# ANGELES, Ela DV.
# ANGUSTIA, Joseph Domingo M.
# ANICETE, Alexander Philip C.
# ANILLO-JACINTO, Ma. Cristina P.
# ANONGOS, Juliana N.
# ANTONANO, Essy Genebelle B.
# ANTONIO, Dan David Vincent D.
# ANTONIO, Giovanni J.
# ANTONIO, Michelle M.
# ANTONIO, Rowena A.
# APOLINARIO, Anissa P.
# APOLINARIO, Odilon A.
# APOLONIO, Katherine G.
# APOLONIO, III, Alfonso A.
# APOSTOL, JR., Manolito M.
# APRUEBO, Violet M.
# AQUINO, Aristotle R.
# AQUINO, Loly C.
# AQUINO, Ma. Carina A.
# AQUINO, Mary Ann Gretchen U.
# AQUINO, Noe T.
# AQUINO-BUÑO, Mimi L.
# ARBUES, Christian M.
# ARCEGA, Cesar Arnel M.
# ARCENAS, Ernie B.
# ARCHIVAL, Al John M.
# ARCOS, Dante L.
# ARDAÑA, Benju V.
# ARENAS, Maria Diana S.
# AREVALO, Edgard A.
# ARIMBOYUTAN, JR., William D.
# ARIOLA, Rendey D.
# ARITAO, Benjamin Lawrence P E.
# ARRIOLA, Roy J.
# ARSITIO, Robin R.
# ARUGAY, Roman C.
# ASCALON, Maki-angel O.
# ASENCIO, Valentina J.
# ASENCION, Lincoln R.
# ASERIT, Ma. Girlie B.
# ASETRE, Ivy V.
# ASINAS, Neilster Jon S.
# ASPA, Franz Raymond P.
# ASTIH, Pakhruddin M.
# AURELLANA, Rinchel E.
# AUSTRIA, Norman B.
# AVANCE, Candy T.
# AYSON, JR., Ruben S.

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A C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# BACAL, Noel G.
# BACALLA, Noel O.
# BACELONIA, Joy Anne V.
# BACONGA, Saturnino N.
# BACORRO, Lianne M.
# BADIOLA, Alan V.
# BAGALOYOS, Anne Jamaica E.
# BAGUIO, Mario P.
# BAJA, Mariel D.
# BAKINO, Suseyline M.
# BALA, Jerwin D.
# BALANAY, Ruena D.
# BALAO-AS, John B.
# BALAOING, Emman B.
# BALBA, Jennifer M.
# BALBANERO, Michael A.
# BALDO, Ma. Aimee E.
# BALDONADO, Neil Energyte G.
# BALDOS, Catherine A.
# BALEIN, Mignonette Emelaine Gail D.
# BALO, Ted Andrew M.
# BALOT, Dexter M.
# BALTAO, Kimberly May F.
# BALUYOT, Rosario R.
# BAMBO, Ulysses G.
# BANAUAG, Boris Maria T.
# BANAWA, Frayn M.
# BANAYBANAY, Clarissa Idris G.
# BANTILAN, JR., Paterno T.
# BAQUILOD, Clara A.
# BARCELLANO, JR., Julio D.
# BARRIOS, Karla Maria F.
# BARRIOS, Manuel Isidro Rosauro V.
# BARROSO, Rachel Rueve Marie T.
# BARSAGA, JR., Nilo P.
# BARTOLOME, Sheryl G.
# BARUT, Maribel L.
# BASALLAJE, Eva Bernardette V.
# BASAS, Joseph Melvin B.
# BASCO, Neil Sam L.
# BASCO, Reynante B.
# BASQUIÑEZ, Flora Sherry M.
# BASTASA, Michellee C.
# BATAY, Rosalyn D.
# BATICULON, Blanchie T.
# BATOCAEL-DOMINGO, Faye T.
# BAUTISTA, Antonio Carlos B.
# BAUTISTA, Irvin A.
# BAUTISTA, Jackie Lou C.
# BAUTISTA, Maria Teresa I.
# BAUTISTA, Patricia Lee Alexandra M.
# BAYLON, Melvin P.
# BAYOT, Rocherrie S.
# BEJER, Louise Dianne A.
# BEJOC-CARANDANG, Florence G.
# BELORIA, JR., Cesar B.
# BELTRAN, Leonard M.
# BELZA, Mary Angieline L.
# BEN, Noel A.
# BENITEZ, Ferdinand S.
# BENITEZ, Victor Esteban S.
# BENTULAN, Jeremias A.
# BERMUDEZ, Ronaldo O.
# BERNADES, Dexter Niño E.
# BERNADOS, Cresente C.
# BERNAL, June Ann Q.
# BERNAL, Rj A.
# BERNAL, Victor Marc B.
# BERNARDO, Rommel M.
# BILLONES-IBARDOLAZA, Maria Genalyn T.
# BILOCURA, Nathaniel B.
# BINALAY, Maria Florinia B.
# BINAYAN, Darcy M.
# BITARA, Francis Rael C.
# BLANCO, Mark Philip B.
# BLANQUISCO, Sherryl R.
# BLANZA, Randy B.
# BOADO, Armi-lynn Kristine H.
# BOCAR, Vida Zora G.
# BOCO, Jimmy B.
# BOJOS, Anna Fionah L.
# BOLIVAR, Amy Grace O.
# BOLIVAR-AMONCIO, Anna Marie Josette A.
# BOLLIDO, Ma. Corazon P.
# BOMBASE, Paulo N.
# BONGAT, Joanna S.
# BONIFACIO, Marie Eugenie Grace M.
# BONSOL, Mary Grace S.
# BONTIGAO-BAGUE, Maria Estela H.
# BORBON, Alyssa Benetta L.
# BORGONIA, John Ismael B.
# BORJA, Karl Frederick S.
# BORJA, Ruel P.
# BOTIGAN, Maria Cristina C.
# BRAGADO, Marijoy B.
# BRAGAS, Diane Karen B.
# BRILLANTES, Love Joy Cecilia C.
# BRIONES, Joyce M.
# BRIONES, Leo Santiago M.
# BRITANICO, Francesco C.
# BRITO, Edita
# BUENAVISTA, Ryan S.
# BUENCAMINO, Christine Marie V.
# BUENDIA, Terence P.
# BUENVIAJE, Ernest Ian S.
# BUGAYONG, Allan Rheynier D.
# BULATAO, Sheryl Grace G.
# BULONG, JR., Joaquin N.
# BULSECO, Cheslyn Claire C.
# BULSECO, III, Francisco S.
# BURGOS, Jo Ann M.
# BUSLAYAN, JR., Romeo F.
# BUSTOS, Janina Lourdes S.
# BUZETA-ACERO, Andre Ria B.

C

A B D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# CABAILO-ALDEA, Ethelwolda A.
# CABALHUG, JR., Antonio J.
# CABANLAS, Dick Carlo J.
# CABANTOG, Amylaine R.
# CABARABAN, Maria Cielo Shanidar C.
# CABEL, Karla T.
# CABILES, Jo Aileen A.
# CABRAL, III, Ricardo Felix C.
# CABUHAT, Mary Ellen S.
# CACABELOS, Karren Maricris G.
# CACERES, Rowena C.
# CADIZ, Manuel Cesar Reno S.
# CALAYAN, Deanna Maria Rachel S.
# CALINGIN, Carlomagno N.
# CALIPES, Bhavelyn S.
# CALIZO, Brian M.
# CALLANTA, Eduardo G.
# CALSEÑA, Mariedith B.
# CALSIYAO, JR., Ceferino B.
# CALUMBA, Edelene Grace S.
# CAMANGEG, Cristel Marie G.
# CAMELON, III, Renato M.
# CAMORA, Gloria A.
# CAMPOS, JR., Napoleon P.
# CAMPOSANO, Catherine A.
# CAMUA, Roger Terence P.
# CANCEKO, Eileen Joy P.
# CANONIGO-GAN, Catherine C.
# CANSINO, III, Emilio P.
# CANTAROS, JR., Rufino C.
# CANULLAS, Karen S.
# CAOAYAN, Wenceslao R.
# CAPACITE-BALLAIS, Gissle Gay A.
# CARANTES, John Carlo E.
# CARIÑO, Maria Elena E.
# CARLOTA, JR., Mariano P.
# CARPINA, Iris M.
# CARPIO, Benedicto R.
# CARREON, III, Cesar R.
# CARTAGENA, Benedict S.
# CARUNGCONG, Jonathan R.
# CASABAR, Alezandro S.
# CASANGKAPAN, Antonio C.
# CASEÑAS, Ma. Goretti V.
# CASIMIRO, Orlando Paolo F.
# CASTAÑEDA, Kristina P.
# CASTAÑOS, Chester C.
# CASTIGADOR, Alex C.
# CASTILLO, Eilyn Beverly Bless L.
# CASTILLO, Jocelyn Perolina
# CASTILLO, Marlon William M.
# CASTILLO-LORENZO, Cesaria Dane D.
# CASTRO, Fernand A.
# CASTRO, Jesselito L.
# CASTRO, Rainela D.
# CAUDANG, Hashreen T.
# CAVADA, Glenn M.
# CAVISTANY, Debbie Liezl B.
# CAYABYAB, Pamela Ann T.
# CAYBOT, Cristina V.
# CAÑAS, Reginildo R.
# CELINO, Sarah Eufrosina D.
# CENABRE, Ethan Allen F.
# CEQUENA, Levie Lyn C.
# CERILLO, Maria Theresa A.
# CERVANTES, Paul Christian M.
# CERVANTES-CABALATUNGAN, Milajoy D.
# CHAN, Jordanne B.
# CHAVEZ, Marvin Gregory R.
# CHAVEZ, III, Cesar Angelo A.
# CHENG, Charles Edward M.
# CHING, Ronald Segundino C.
# CHING, III, Benito S.
# CHIONG, Naomi C.
# CHIU, Karol Joseph P.
# CHU, Emilio C.
# CLAMOR, Antonette P.
# CLARA, Barbra Jill B.
# CLARAVALL, VI, Francisco M.
# CO, Evangeline M.
# CO, Karl Steven A.
# CO, Rosalyn S.
# CO, Ryan D.
# CODA-MAMUKID, Monalisa B.
# COLET, Juan Paolo E.
# COLICO, Cristina T.
# COMPETENTE, Joenel R.
# CONALES, Christie Anne S.
# CONCEPCION-MORAN, Juliana G.
# CONCHA, Diana Charlette G.
# CONCHA, Susan Espera L.
# CONCHA, Val Angelo C.
# CONSTANTINO, Pillar L.
# COPAHAN, Levie U.
# CORCEGA, Mediner M.
# CORDERO, Felicito C.
# CORDIA, Marthe Lois V.
# CORONEL, Anna Karina A.
# CORONEL, Jeffrey Jefferson Y.
# CORPUZ, Emmanuel Rico C.
# CORRAL, Claire B.
# CORRO, Andrew C.
# CORTES, Lee Owen P.
# CORTEZ, Vida A.
# CORTEZANO, Marwin M.
# COSTALES, Leslie D.
# CRISOSTOMO, Jeremiah N.
# CRISTOBAL, Laurrie Layne P.
# CRUZ, Anna Liza R.
# CRUZ, Celeste Marie R.
# CRUZ, Consuelo L.
# CRUZ, Din-din A.
# CRUZ, Elbert S.
# CRUZ, Francis Joseph A.
# CRUZ, Guia Perpetua C.
# CRUZ, Jaymark SJ.
# CRUZ-ABRENICA, Ma. Sophia Editha C.
# CU, Robespierre S.
# CUADRAS, Christian Arfel B.
# CUBERO, Ela Michelle S.
# CUDAL, Efren S.
# CUNANAN, Rowena S.
# CUPIDA, Febie A.
# CURA, Amando M.
# CURAMENG, Mary Ann T.
# CURVA, Peter Marcu G.

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A B C E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# DADULLA, Marites D.
# DAGANTA, Shirley R.
# DALIVA, Kristina Marie D.
# DAMASCO, Alvy B.
# DAMONDAMON, Mark Michael G.
# DANCEL, Rojie G.
# DAOAS, Pio Windale A.
# DAPANAS, Lex Michelle M.
# DAPON, JR., Loreto J.
# DAPUL, Rhodalyne E.
# DASING, Perlita DP.
# DATUDACULA, Jamil D.
# DATUDACULA, Normina M.
# DAUZ, Roselea M.
# DAVID, J. Krisley C.
# DAYANDAYAN, Milreysa S.
# DAYANDAYAN, JR., Remegio C.
# DAYRIT, Chelin Y.
# DAYRIT, Decruso P.
# DE ANGEL, Jerlyn D.
# DE AUSTRIA, Blisselda G.
# DE CLARO, Christine Joanne F.
# DE GUIA, Anne Mhiren Claudine D.
# DE GUZMAN, Carmela Joy R.
# DE GUZMAN, Ederlita V.
# DE GUZMAN, Jay B.
# DE GUZMAN, Soraida A.
# DE GUZMAN, Vera M.
# DE GUZMAN, JR., Glenn Ceasar T.
# DE JESUS, Precy C.
# DE JESUS, Remedios V.
# DE JESUS, Roman Miguel G.
# DE LA PAZ, Luis Gregorio Jesus B.
# DE LA TORRE, Mailene M.
# DE LARA, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary A.
# DE LEON, Alaya M.
# DE LEON, Dennis Carlos Rogaciano C.
# DE LEON, Dino Robert L.
# DE LEON, John Paul V.
# DE LEON, Katrina P.
# DE LEON, Pantas M.
# DE LOS REYES, Kristine Margaret R.
# DE LOS REYES, Teodula B.
# DE LOS SANTOS, Mary Grace G.
# DE QUIROZ, Napoleon C.
# DE VERA, Celeste A.
# DE VERA, Marichelle DT.
# DEE, Ma. Gemma M.
# DEGAMO, Wilhelmo M.
# DEGOLLADO, Ethel Marie G.
# DEL CASTILLO, Anna Patricia R.
# DEL ROSARIO, Aldrich C.
# DEL ROSARIO, Julie Fe A.
# DEL ROSARIO, Rowena A.
# DELA CERNA, Orville T.
# DELA CRUZ, Joan M.
# DELA CRUZ, JR., Anastacio R.
# DELA CRUZ, JR., Epifanio C.
# DELA FUENTE, Abigail R.
# DELA FUENTE, Juan Miguel Victor C.
# DELA PAZ, Ronald Ray O.
# DELA PEÑA, Jonalyn D.
# DELA ROSA, Abigail R.
# DELAMIDE, Adan T.
# DELGADO, Wilma H.
# DELGADO, JR., Enrico B.
# DELIMA, Ma. Chat H.
# DELLOSO, Prince Gil F.
# DELORIA, Kim E.
# DELOS SANTOS, Josefina Maria Procesa L.
# DEPASUCAT, Reyna Faith B.
# DEQUILLA, Christopher L.
# DERLA, Brenda Y.
# DESAMPARADO, Ma. Johanna P.
# DESCALZO, Jose Ariel M.
# DETICIO, Aileen Grace U.
# DEVANADERA, Anna Noreen T.
# DEYTO, Melinda D.
# DIAZ, Noriel D.
# DIAZ, Rei Alessandro L.
# DIMACALI, Adrian P.
# DIMAILIG, Maricris T.
# DIMALIG, Ma. Wengel Lou S.
# DINAMLING, Dick Mark D.
# DINGAL, Ailene L.
# DIONALDO, Junald S.
# DIOSO, Armand B.
# DIRIGE, Chelsea Segunda G.
# DIVINAGRACIA, Lenore Angeline L.
# DIVINAGRACIA, Mae S.
# DIVINO, Reichelle S.
# DOMANTAY, Valerie Grace F.
# DOMINGO, Andrix D.
# DOMINGO, Osana Theresa D.
# DOMINGO, Sherwin E.
# DOMINGO, Tristan Dwight P.
# DOMINGUEZ, Lovely P.
# DONASCO, Edgar Alan A.
# DORADO, Rilt Renart G.
# DORIA, Marites Q.
# DORIA, Richard Joseph C.
# DOROMAL, Jose Joel P.
# DUMAMA, Sha Elijah B.
# DUMBAB, Harvey A.
# DUMLAO, Jovian Jubert S.
# DUMLAO, Melchor B.
# DUMPILO, Eric Anthony A.
# DUQUE, Gonzalito Nicolo E.
# DURA, Blair M.
# DY, Kristina Irene C.
# DYBONGCO, Levi N.
# DYCHIAO, Lorraine N.

E

A B C D F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# EBILLO, Russel L.
# ECHIVERRI, Juan Crisostomo M.
# ECLAR, Clarence M.
# EDDING, Jihan El R.
# EDILLOR, Kathleen T.
# EJES, Reynaldo R.
# ELERIA, Elmer D.
# ELIZALDE, Peter Bill C.
# ELOPRE, Rojane C.
# ELVEÑA, Christine Angelica B.
# EMPINO, Arolf C.
# ENTICA, Mellany V.
# ERALDO-ARNUCO, Marcia Monina L.
# ERNIE, Rachelle DG.
# ESCUETA, III, Emilio D.
# ESPAÑO, Mary Trish R.
# ESPAÑOL, Diosdado C.
# ESPAÑOL, Fritzzie Lyn F.
# ESPEJO, Dhylyne Enchon B.
# ESPERA, Woody John G.
# ESPINOSA, Benjie G.
# ESPINOSA, Maria Karla L.
# ESPIRITU, Roel S.
# ESTARES, Erwin P.
# ESTAÑO, Heinjie B.
# ESTILO, Chatru Anthony C.
# ESTIMADA, Eric O.
# EUGENIO, Christopher G.
# EVANGELISTA, Ignacio F.
# EVANGELISTA, Maria Ghia C.
# EVANGELISTA, Ronald Brian G.
# EXAMEN, Hannah D.
# EXCONDE, Caroline G.

F

A B C D E G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# FABELLA, Caryl Kate S.
# FABI, Joycery V.
# FABILA, Eni Grace B.
# FAJARDO, Ann Laurice A.
# FAJARDO, Marlon G.
# FAJARDO, Ria Divina I.
# FALCULAN-MARI, Ma. Rowena D.
# FAMA, Castelo Angelo T.
# FANLO, Jaime Eduardo R.
# FANLO, Mei Loraine C.
# FANTONE, Ronald A.
# FERNANDEZ, Francis A.
# FERNANDEZ, Joselito D.
# FERNANDEZ, Rommel P.
# FERNANDEZ, Teodoro Lorenzo A.
# FERNANDO, Janina Marie S.
# FERRARIS, Wilt P.
# FERRER, Dennis B.
# FESALBON, Brenda Rhea F.
# FESTEJO, Ryan Ed T.
# FIANZA, Jinky Joar D.
# FIDEL, Cyril C.
# FIEL, Jasmin R.
# FIGUEROA, Eddalaine M.
# FLORA, Vanessa B.
# FLORES, Arthur C.
# FLORES, Chuchie L.
# FLORES, Galerie Gee Y.
# FLORES, Milette Socorro S.
# FLORES, Sim C.
# FLORES, Zargibran Adolben R.
# FLORESE, Jose Frederick P.
# FONTILLAS, Hyacinth T.
# FORAYO, Christina P.
# FORTUNO, Loretta Renie R.
# FRANCISCO, Carlos Raphael N.
# FRANCISCO, Kristine C.
# FRANCO, Fatima Kristine J.
# FUA, Marforth T.

G

A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# GABALLO, Joyce B.
# GABRIEL, Abegail C.
# GABRIELES, Omar T.
# GACUTNO, Jerry V.
# GADRINAB, Fermin Nestor A.
# GADUANG-ROJALES, Anita A.
# GALA, Ana Siela M.
# GALAURAN, John Michael S.
# GALAY, Lani S.
# GALLEROS, Cecille P.
# GAMALINDA, Cheryl S.
# GAMBONG, Lilyn D.
# GAMONNAC, Florendo D.
# GAN, Paula Katherina A.
# GAN, III, Joaquin N.
# GANALON, John Paul R.
# GAPOL, JR., Flaviano T.
# GAPOY, Lei Adrian V.
# GARCES, Michael M.
# GARCIA, Czarina B.
# GARCIA, Jorge M.
# GARCIA, Katherine Mari S.
# GARGARITA, Claire Anne R.
# GARIANDO, Ivy P.
# GARINGARAO, May C.
# GARLITOS, Kenneth Vincent J.
# GARRIDO, Maria Cecilia M.
# GATCHALIAN, Michal L.
# GAYETA-ANDAYA, Catherine Joy S.
# GAYON, Dorothy L.
# GAYOSA, Tracy Ann M.
# GEMENTIZA, Frederick A.
# GENETIANO, Maureen R.
# GENISE, Henida G.
# GERADA, Jay P.
# GERODIAS, Jillina M.
# GERONA, Christian D.
# GERONILLA, Beatriz O.
# GERONIMO, Cesar C.
# GERVASIO, Lianne Marie R.
# GO, Aaron D.
# GO, Angel Love M.
# GO, Helene D.
# GO, James G.
# GO, Kirby C.
# GO, Madonna Santa D.
# GO, Maria Leonita Q.
# GO, JR., Lito A.
# GOC-ONG, Vanessa B.
# GODINEZ, Christopher Lyndon N.
# GOLLABA, JR., Gabriel L.
# GOMEZ, Armeen Alain B.
# GONZAGA, Johans S.
# GONZAGA, Rosanne Juliana R.
# GONZALES, Gerald S.
# GONZALES, Sheryl V.
# GONZALES, II, Marcelino R.
# GRAGASIN, Manny V.
# GRAN, Adriel B.
# GRANDE, Alexander Francis C.
# GUANZON, Woodro L.
# GUARINO-RIVERA, Leila Magda N.
# GUERRA, Ed Anthony F.
# GUERRA, Reah B.
# GUERRA-DE LA VEGA, Anna Marie Mae R.
# GUICO, Maria Laarni Sheila S.
# GUILING, Hosni L.
# GUILLERMO, Virgin Rose Sharon P.
# GUIMBATAN, Sandra M.
# GUINA, Rene Andrew A.
# GUIPO, Maria Primarisa C.
# GUMPAL, Dante Gil D.
# GUTIERREZ, Andrea L.
# GUZMAN, Jacqueline A.
# GUZMAN, Josefina A.

H

A B C D E F G I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# HAMCHAWAN, Judith B.
# HERMOSISIMA, Honorato Carlo C.
# HERNANDEZ, Cheryl A.
# HERNANDEZ, JR., Celso J.
# HERNANDO, Cherry Chiara L.
# HERRERA, Georgia May L.
# HIZON, Joaquin Miguel Z.
# HORCA, III, Jesus Manuel A.
# HORTIZ, Michelle L.
# HUBAHIB, Mariano C.
# HUMILDE, Philip N.
# HURTADO, Ghia Chrystellyne O.

I

A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# IBRAHIM, Ysnaira A.
# ILAGAN, JR., Casiano A.
# ILAO, Julan C.
# ILARDE, Maila Katrina Y.
# IMPERIAL, Dinah F.
# IMPERIAL, Paul Rodulfo B.
# INDAR, Rahma A.
# INOTURAN, Florinda P.
# INTERIOR, Enrico S.

J

A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# JABAL, Joel J.
# JABSON, Eugene Oliver M.
# JACOB, Jamael A.
# JACOBO-GRECIA, Nemia S.
# JANDUSAY, Marie Bernadette M.
# JAPZON, Maria Jeanette A.
# JARANILLA, Cedric S.
# JATICO-NUÑEZ, Janeth G.
# JAUD, Myra Jennifer D.
# JAUDINES, Sheryl C.
# JAVIER, Z S.
# JOVEN, Emil Karlo L.
# JUMALON, Joel Jonn U.
# JURIAL, Niño Jim B.
# JUSTINIANI, JR., Romeo S.

K

A B C D E F G H I J L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# KANAPI, Roberto Ricardo O.
# KUONG, Dennis C.

L

A B C D E F G H I J K M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# LABIAL, JR., Ricardo P.
# LABOG, Norberto Pocholo P.
# LABRADOR, Chaveli Joan O.
# LABUSTRO-GARCIA, Jacquelyn A.
# LACAMBRA, JR., Modesto C.
# LAGAT, Eileen Mae B.
# LAGMAN, Mary Rosary D.
# LAGMAY, Aries John P.
# LAIZ-DE VILLA, Ma. Theresa S.
# LAM, Jennifer T.
# LAMA, Michelle T.
# LAMIGO, Richard L.
# LAMPA, Rex D.
# LANTION, Maria Camille G.
# LAO, Dave Y.
# LAO, Jewelle Y.
# LAPPAY, JR., Gregorio A.
# LAPUZ, Rosalie T.
# LASAFIN, II, Adler Mari Eriberto L.
# LASCANO, Jasper Alberto H.
# LASTIMADO, Marvin P.
# LAURE, Adonis A.
# LAURE, Quijano S.
# LAUREL, Marivic DL.
# LAYUMAS-CELESTE, Edelyn A.
# LEAGOGO, Adrianne Daniel L.
# LEGARTO, Mary Ann C.
# LEGASPI, Faith Henriet B.
# LEONARDO, Melissa N.
# LEPAIL, Jehan-jehan A.
# LERO, John Paul Huey V.
# LEYSON, Ian Peter A.
# LIBARDO, Arlene Mae L.
# LIBRADO, Leah A.
# LIBUIT, Grace P.
# LIDASAN, Jehan B.
# LILAGAN, Jean P.
# LIM, Anthony Lemuel T.
# LIM, Antonio Paolo S.
# LIM, Beatriz Paz Dominique D.
# LIM, Dominadoranne I.
# LIM, Edward Allan P.
# LIM, Eileen D.
# LIM, Frederick Charles Y.
# LIM, Irene C.
# LIM, Joanne M.
# LIM, Lloyd Steven L.
# LIM, JR., Menandro T.
# LIMA, Cherry Joie B.
# LIMBO, Charo C.
# LINSANGAN, Jose A.
# LIWAG, Monica T.
# LIWALUG, Fatimah S.
# LIZA-TORRES, Connie P.
# LLARENA, Geoffrey H.
# LLAVE, Lynda
# LLAVE, Maria Isabel M.
# LLENARES, Kathleen E.
# LLIDO, Christian B.
# LLOBRERA, Santy B.
# LOAYON, Wildebrandt C.
# LOBEDICA, Clyde Lelith S.
# LOBERIO, Jonathan D.
# LOBIANO, Maria Lourdes M.
# LOBO, Numer P.
# LOMAS-E, JR., Bonifacio Craig Y.
# LONGALONG, Carol P.
# LONTOC, Maureen DR.
# LOPEZ, Erwin N.
# LOPEZ, Gloria Monica S.
# LOPEZ, Grace Marie
# LOPEZ, Irish T.
# LOPEZ, Jose Manuel A.
# LOPEZ, Lea Mabel P.
# LOPEZ, Lionel L.
# LOPEZ, Maria Aurora Celestina M.
# LOPEZ-BILAOEN, Nancy R.
# LOPINGCO, Sharina Marie U.
# LORENZANA, Gina L.
# LORENZO, Jason T.
# LU, Anna Victoria M.
# LU, Sheila U.
# LUI, Jonah Grace L.
# LUMAGUI-SAYOTO, Marinela D.
# LUMBATAN, Alexis M.
# LUNA, Don Angelo S.
# LUNA, Sandra A.
# LUY, Ruby M.

M

A B C D E F G H I J K L N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# MAALAT, Yvanna DL.
# MAATA, Michael Oliver B.
# MABANAG, Zeus R.
# MABANGLO, Mildred Ann Q.
# MABANSAG, Ivy B.
# MABAZZA, Cristina A.
# MABUTAS, Jesus Servando S.
# MACAPAGAL, Richelle Joy P.
# MACARAIG, Allan Reiz C.
# MACARILAY, Florante C.
# MADAMBA, Marvelous M.
# MADAYAG, Irene Mae R.
# MADULID, Lea T.
# MAESTRADO-APARICIO, Jona T.
# MAGBANUA, Pearl Sheila S.
# MAGBANUA, JR., Manuel M.
# MAGCAWAS, Allison T.
# MAGNO-ZARATE, Citedina U.
# MAGPANTAY, Anthea A.
# MAGPANTAY-NG, Maricel M.
# MAGRACIA, Herschel F.
# MAGSINO, Carmi D.
# MAGUAD, Zha-zha R.
# MAHAMUD, John-christopher T.
# MAILOM, Renniel C.
# MALASA, Angelica O.
# MALIAWAO, Anwar Khalid U.
# MALLARI, II, Roberto P.
# MANALABE, Grandis Rem T.
# MANALANG, Kristina C.
# MANALO, Jose Miguel S.
# MANALO, Juan C.
# MANANSALA, Edwin C.
# MANCAO, Cecille B.
# MANINGDING, Cadeiah B.
# MANIS, Teliano L.
# MANLOSA, Armi Lyn B.
# MANLUYANG, Jeoffrey C.
# MANUEL, Harlynne Monette M.
# MANUEL, Olive Jane S.
# MARASIGAN, Christopher Rey C.
# MARCOS, Mary Jenneane R.
# MARMOL, Fidelito L.
# MARQUEZ, Edwin U.
# MARQUEZ, Jal A.
# MARRERO, Evelyn A.
# MARTIN, Monica M.
# MARTINEZ, Cherry M.
# MARTINEZ, Janet L.
# MARTIR, Karla May O.
# MASANGKAY, Emmerly Jane D.
# MATE, Michael Vincent A.
# MATIBAG, Julius G.
# MATILA, Rodelio S.
# MAULION, Mischelle R.
# MAXILOM, Marvin S.
# MAXINO, Nancy A.
# MAÑAGO, Sheryl M.
# MEDIJA, Louela Lynne M.
# MEJIA, Cecille L.
# MEJIA, Maritess T.
# MELECIO-VILLEJO, Ruby L.
# MELITANTE, Christian George L.
# MENDEZ, Geraldine C.
# MENDINUETO, Erwin Edward P.
# MENDOZA, Anna Charisse L.
# MENDOZA, Kim Grace A.
# MENDOZA, Marlon M.
# MENDOZA, Mary Ann P.
# MENDOZA, Mayette M.
# MENDOZA, Perfecto Justino A.
# MENESES, Geraldine S.
# MERCADO, Daiza Anne O.
# MERCADO, Erickson Donn R.
# MERCADO, Katherine C.
# MERCADO, JR., Wilfred A.
# MERNADO, JR., Michael M.
# MEÑEZ, Kristine Joy M.
# MIANO, Diana Marie P.
# MIGRIÑO, Jason R.
# MILAN, Jurgens SJ.
# MILLA, Patricia C.
# MIOLE, Kristofferlean A.
# MIRANDA, JR., Reinerio G.
# MISOLA, Gladys V.
# MITRA, JR., Elmer R.
# MONDRAGON, Iannoel V.
# MONGAYA, Anna Khristine C.
# MONTEALEGRE, Theodore Allan M.
# MONTEMAYOR, Adrian R.
# MONTENEGRO, Allen L.
# MONTERO, Osmond M.
# MONTEZA, Angelica Diane B.
# MORALES, Anthony Lawrence M.
# MORALES, Cynthia Evangeline D.
# MORALES, Eufel N.
# MORALES, Giovanni R.
# MORALES, Leilani C.
# MORALES, Michelle Frances L.
# MORANO, IV, Rene Cornelio R.
# MORENO, JR., Oscar P.
# MORENO, JR., Paulino H.
# MUYCO, Mary Love P.

N

A B C D E F G H I J K L M O P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# NABUA, John Paul PA.
# NACIONALES, JR., Rafael D.
# NAFIANOG, Roger L.
# NAMBATAC, Dave U.
# NANGKIL, Philip Ray L.
# NAPARATE, Arsenia A.
# NARAJOS, Patricia D.
# NARANJO, Christine Marie L.
# NARISMA, Juevanrey A.
# NATANAUAN, Klarisa L.
# NAVARRO, Tina B.
# NEFALAR, Marissa Corazon T.
# NEIS, Maebe T.
# NEPOMUCENO, Roviel B.
# NERY, Melanie Johanna C.
# NGOCHUA, Patricia Cristina T.
# NICOLAS, Arvil Philipp A.
# NICOLAS, Donnaliza A.
# NICOLAS, Jonathan C.
# NORA, Paula Katrina L.
# NOVERO, Brian DS.
# NUESTRO, Glenn Michael P.
# NUEVE, Theresa Genevieve C..

O

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N P Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# OBILLOS, Maria Yasmin M.
# OBIÑA, Eve Jonapaula M.
# OCAMPO, Robert V.
# OCAMPO, Shierma F.
# OCAÑADA-ALEGRE, Amelie O.
# OCFEMIA, Emil M.
# OLAÑO, Sheryl L.
# OLINGAY, Stephen C.
# OMADTO, JR., Arnold Ninoy P.
# OMELIO, Princess Claudin C.
# OMPAD, Julius T.
# ONA, Mercedita L.
# ONG, Jennifer T.
# ORBITA, Janis Mahalia A.
# ORCULLO, Sora Dereka T.
# ORENCIA, Janice Rhea B.
# ORENCIO, Leah May L.
# OROPESA, Cyril C.
# ORPILLA, Michelle O.
# ORTEGA, Noel M.
# OUANO, Ethelbert B.

P

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O Q R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# PABALINAS, Michael D.
# PABELLAN, Abouben Jade R.
# PABIONA, Esther Joy P.
# PABLO, Jessibel M.
# PACASEM, Nurhani C.
# PADATE, Faizal A.
# PAGAYATAN, Alfred T.
# PALAC, Lemuel G.
# PALENCIA, JR., Chulo B.
# PALILEO, Alena Gale H.
# PALINES, Erwin B.
# PALMA, Pilipinas C.
# PAMINTUAN, Dennis Albert S.
# PAMMIT, Mari Khris R.
# PAMONAG, Noli Rey L.
# PAMPOLINA, Jonathan T.
# PANER, Linda Lucky Grace C.
# PANES, Anfred P.
# PANES, JR., Rolando D.
# PANGANIBAN, Avigail E.
# PANGILINAN, Beverly F.
# PANHON, Raymond G.
# PARADELA, Glenn Raymond O.
# PARAISO, Renato A.
# PARAS, Joannah A.
# PARONG, Joel Joselito G.
# PASATIEMPO, Herlyn L.
# PASCO, Novern Irish A.
# PASCUAL, Joshua F.
# PASCUAL, Urvi B.
# PASION, Paul Emerson M.
# PASTOR, Noel R.
# PATALINJUG, Liza Marie S.
# PATCHO, Jerry B.
# PAULINO, Carlo A.
# PAULINO, Paulo A.
# PAYUMO, Caroline C.
# PAYUMO, Marie Joy M.
# PAZ, A.j. Gerardo T.
# PAÑALES, Rhyan M.
# PERALTA, Ramses S.
# PEREDO, Eldric Paul A.
# PERERA, Jason Bader LL.
# PEREZ, Lyndon Gabriel C.
# PEREZ-FERRER, Ruby C.
# PEÑAFLOR, Aldrin G.
# PEÑARANDA, Jose Rommel A.
# PEÑARANDA, Rhyna M.
# PEÑAS, Stella J.
# PICCIO, Agnes A.
# PICIO, Jubal R.
# PILAR, Joy B.
# PINEDA, Marco K.
# PINTOR, Arminda T.
# PIZARRO, Edwin Joy L.
# PIÑGA, Vibenditho J.
# PLACIDO, Lady Liza R.
# PLAZA, Gaudenis Felix E.
# POJAS, Philip John L.
# PONDEMIRA, Katrina B.
# POPANES, Alex Alberto M.
# POQUIZ, JR., Eduardo U.
# PORMENTILLA, Jeland Omer L.
# PORTOZA, Elyjean D.
# PORTUGAL, Russel P.
# POSADAS, John Philip A.
# POSADAS, Raymond Charles N.
# POTICANO, Joselita M.
# PRADO, Reigel A.
# PREZA, Irma R.
# PRIELA, Diomer L.
# PRIETO, Mark Anthony S.
# PUA, Ian Dominic M.
# PUEDA, Anna Liza S.
# PUGEDA, Jordan Neil S.
# PUJANES, Jay P.
# PUNO, JR., Rogelio D.
# PY, Ailyn S.

Q

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# QUANICO, JR., Leonardo B.
# QUINSAYAS, Prima Jesusa B.
# QUINTO, Salvador Henry H.
# QUIROS, Jolex M.
# QUIROZ, Bernadette V.

R

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q S T U V W Y Z Top 10

# RABANES, Antonita C.
# RABANG, Luisa A.
# RABE, Mark Pepito J.
# RACHO, Gerald B.
# RAFAEL, Hyacinth E.
# RAGSAC, Arceli C.
# RAMIREZ, Cecily Nerisse C.
# RAMIREZ, Doris G.
# RAMIREZ, Renato Oliver A.
# RAMIREZ, JR., Alfredo O.
# RAMOS, Beatrix I.
# RAMOS, Carmen Grace S.
# RAMOS, Janice Kristine R.
# RAMOS, Lesalie M.
# RAMOS, Liza Michelle E.
# RAMOS, Rechie N.
# RAMOS, Reezann Keith E.
# RAMOS, Ricardo Victor K.
# RAMOS, JR., Eduardo F.
# RANGGA, Gleenes Dave T.
# RAVAL, Jose Roy B.
# RAYA, Brando Ray P.
# RAYEL, Rosette R.
# RAÑESES, Lezelda M.
# REAS-POLISTICO, Rosemarie Ann A.
# REBUYON, Wilfredo C.
# RECOLIZADO, Ma. Nerissa S.
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Liga Pilipinas
Thursday, March 27, 2008
A new basketball league, one which casts a bright eye at the future and a wary one at the past, was born Tuesday following the announcement that two regional basketball tournaments have decided to merge.

it will be called Liga Pilipinas.

The league will be formed on a merger between the Mindanao Visayas Basketball Association (MVBA) and the National Basketball Conference (NBC). The two leagues have agreed to work toward a goal that will actually call for the dissolution of their tournaments.

Four teams from Visayas (Cebu, Bacolod-Negros, Iloilo and Mandaue), and for teams from Mindanao (Misamis Oriental, Davao City, Zamboanga City and Ozamiz City) are set to do battle in Liga Pilipinas. And, barring unforeseen glitches, eight more teams from the North and Southern Luzon such as Baguio, Ilocos Sur, Pampanga, Taguig, Tagaytay, Cavite, Batangas, Rizal and Laguna will join them.


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September 2007 Philippine Bar Examinaion
We will be post the full results of the September 2007 Philippine Bar Examination here as soon as it will be released by the Supreme Court. It is expected that the September 2007 Philippine Bar Examination Results will be out around late March or early April, 2008. So stay tuned.

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ALLIANCES COULD SPELL THE DIFFERENCE IN 2010 CDO MAYORALTY RACE
Monday, March 24, 2008
ALLIANCES COULD SPELL THE DIFFERENCE IN 2010 CDO MAYORALTY RACE


It may sound too early to talk of the 2010 elections but some quarters are doing just that, guessing and speculating on the future. Foremost in their mind is the top post of the city.

If there have been attempts to sow intrigue between incumbent mayor and his vice mayor, the reason could be that some people want Tinnex Jaraula to seek another term. Whats happening in the city seems to favor Jaraula and as such, the allure of another term is simply irresistible. For that, Jaraula needs to solidify his grip by reaching out to the “masa”, the asset of his vice mayor.


A one on one with दोंग्कोय एमानो without strong allies to assist Jaraula may jeopardize the latter’s possible bid for re-election. It is imperative that the realignment of forces being heard and talked about should be pursued without failure.


One is said to be following the style of Dongkoy Emano and even better. While Dongkoy professes to love the poor, his office has always been a world for his close friends and allies for those who could contribute to his political stock. The other one is down to earth, unpretentious and welcomes anyone to his office without discrimination, an asset that endears him to many people. Another one is making the invasion into the turfs of Dongkoy. He is very visible in person and in print, serving his constituents through projects and trying hard to identify the needs of the people. A three prong alliance makes them formidable and could avert the return of Emano as Mayor again, a possibility many wouldn’t imagine.


Dongkoy faces another problem on the rumor that Bambi is not happy in his job as Congressman. Maybe, Bambi is, after all, too young for that position. Besides, Bambi is said to be haunted by memories of an accident. Should Bambi decide to drop the congressional seat, where would he go? Had Bambi decided to run for Governor in the last elections, the demolition of Oca Moreno would have been completed by Dongkoy. Bambi couldn’t do that to his basketball partner.

Bambi can be mayor of Tagoloan again. Would he fight his own uncle Oloy? Not likely. By then, he could be persuaded by his father to run for Governor. And if that happens, expect cans of worms thrown against Oca Moreno. This time, its going to be real nasty, really ugly. But of course, its two years away. Things change and anyone could ride with or against the wind.

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Cagayan de Oro City Govt To Step Up Security Drive For Holy Week
Monday, March 17, 2008
Cagayan de Oro City Govt To Step Up Security Drive For Holy Week
by: City Information Office


The city government of Cagayan de Oro will intensify efforts to ensure the safety of the people here during observance of the Holy Week.

City Mayor Constantino G. Jaraula today revealed that the city government will double its tie-up with the 4th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army on a daily basis to boost the city’s security this week when thousands of people are expected to flock religious places for the observance of the Lent. The Cagayan de Oro City Police Office (COCPO) gets an added boost from two K-9 dogs of the 4th ID to help the composite team from the police and military in checking for bombs at strategic areas.

Mayor Jaraula today issued a stern warning against criminal elements to keep out of the city and never distract the local peace and order. The local chief executive issued the warning as the COCPO officer-in-charge Isagani F. Genabe, Jr. presented the arrested suspects in a series of robbery incidents in some business establishments in the city in previous months. Mayor Jaraula told the arrested suspects that the city government will do its best to arrest and prosecute those who will victimize innocent civilians and business establishments. “We cannot grant pardon to you because the persons that you have victimized through your notorious activities have also suffered so much. It is our obligation to protect our people,” Mayor Jaraula pointed out.

The city mayor likewise warned the criminal elements who remain out on the loose, not to test the patience of local police authorities as their fight against criminality will continue. “Crime does not pay and even hard core criminals will sooner or later fall into the hands of the law,” Mayor Jaraula added. Among those presented by the COCPO to Mayor Jaraula this morning are suspects Frederico Umbiztondo, Rudy Sendo, Ramil Tolentino, and Michael Alba who are all natives of Surigao del Sur. According to police authorities, the said suspects are responsible to a series of robbery incidents that victimized such establishments as the Small Hill Loan, NGISI Trading, Cellular Phone Shop, Joren’s Pawnshop, Uplink Internet Café, Parasat Cable Office, FLC Lending, and the Iligan City Cellular Shop, among others. The suspects were apprehended by elements of the Anti-Theft and Robbery Section led by SPO1 Mario Pelaez under the supervision of P/Sr. Inspector Ruel Tuga in a hot pursuit operation that caught the suspects in the act of cutting the lock of the roll up door at Goking building. Confiscated from the suspects were 1 unit KIA Besta Van bearing plate number WSM 177, 1 large bolt cutter, a small bolt cutter, 2 heavy duty screw driver, 2 pieces iron bar, 1 hack saw, 1 open wrench and 2 pieces adjustable wrench. Also presented to Mayor Jaraula this morning were 2 suspects of illegal possession of firearms, one suspect of Agaw-Armas, one pickpocket, and alleged member of the notorious motorcycle-riding in the city."


Source: Cagayan de Oro City Official Website

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Gen. MacArthur Marker inauguration at the Macabalan Wharf in Cagayan de Oro City
Thursday, March 13, 2008

Former Philippine President Fidel V. Ramos successful inaugurated the Gen. Douglas MacArthur Marker at the Macabalan Wharf in Cagayan de Oro City today, March 13, 2008.

He was joint by Officials from United States Military Advisory Group (JUSMAG) lead by Lt. Col. Frederick Riker, Deputy Chief, JUSMAG & U.S. Defense Representative to the Philippines; Former US Ambassador John F. Maisto representing Ambassador Henry B. Howard, president of the US Water LLC and one of the major donors of the MacArthur Marker, and Dr. Juan M. Montero, II of the Norfolk Sister City Association in Norfolk , Virginia.

The historic event which coincides with the 66th Anniversary of Gen. MacArthur’s landing at the old Macabalan Wharf en route to his escape to Australia via the Del Monte airfield in Diklum, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon on March 17, 1942.

According to history, Gen. MacArthur landed at the Macabalan Wharf aboard PT 41 Boat under the command of Lt. John Duncan Bulkeley. Extremely pleased with Bulkeley’s effort to steer their boat clear from the sight of their Japanese enemies, Gen. MacArthur reportedly declared, “Bulkeley, I’m giving every officer and man here the Silver Star for Gallantry. You’ve taken me out of the jaws of death and I wont forget it.” A Cagayanon, then Capt. Fidencio Laplap, now 87 years old and still alive, is one of those who were later awarded the Silver Star for gallantry promised by Gen. MacArthur. After landing at the Macabalan Wharf, MacArthur, together with his family and military entourage then proceeded to Del Monte Clubhouse for his departure to Australia on a B-17 Flying Fortress where he made the famous declaration, “Upon orders of the President of the United States, I came through the Japanese blockade, and I shall return.”

The MacArthur Marker in Macabalan boasts of a replica of MacArthur’s PT 41 Boat donated by the Kagay-anon International, and the marker it self which could probably land in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the biggest hat in the world.

Meanwhile, Mayor Jaraula takes pride in the realization of the MacArthur Marker project as an evidence of a strong partnership between the city government and the private sector in an effort to promote Cagayan de Oro to the global community.

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CDO Exec Praise Cong. Rodriguez As P29M Twin Road Projects Start. by Ian A. Fuentes/ City Information Office
Friday, February 22, 2008
Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Constantino G. Jaraula and Vice Mayor Vicente Y. Emano praised 2nd District Representative Rufus Rodgriguez for his commendable efforts in lobbying for the release of the P29 Million worth of twin road concreting projects in the city’s main street.
The city’s top two executives graced this morning’s separate groundbreaking and capsule laying ceremonies for the P15-million road concreting of Don Apolinar Velez Street (Provincial Capitol section) and another P14-million for the concreting of Dolores section on the other end.

Mayor Jaraula and Vice Mayor Emano conveyed similar words of thanks and praises to Congressman Rodriguez’s efforts for the implementation of the two road concreting projects funded by the Department Public Works and Highways (DPWH). “Ang dakbayan sa Cagayan de Oro mapasalamaton kaayo sa mga paningkamot ni Cong. Rodriguez aron mapatuman kini nga dakong proyekto,” Mayor Jaraula said. Though the city government wants to improve the condition of the city’s main downtown street, Mayor Jaraula pointed out that the city could not do so because Velez Street is categorized not as a city road, but as a national road.

For his part, Vice Mayor Emano stressed that the road concreting projects will definitely spur the rapid progress and development of Cagayan de Oro City, as well as boost its image as one of the country’s top investment and tourism destinations. “Kini nga proyekto seguradong makahatag og dugang kalamboan sa dakbayan ug busa dako ang among pasalamat kang Cong. Rodriguez tungod niini,” the vice mayor said during the press conference held shortly after groundbreaking rites.

Completion for the concreting of the four-lane, Velez Street, equipped with drainage system and 32 manhole units, is set on June 13, 2008 or within the mandated construction period of 120 calendar days.

In order not to cause undue inconveniences and hassles to the commuters and motorists, Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) head Ret. Gen. Filipino Amoguis assured that a re-routing plan, one-way traffic system and deployment of additional traffic enforcers has been laid out for the purpose.

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The Vagina Monologues in Oro this year has an added twist - the sign language version. By Mark Francisco
Sunday, February 17, 2008

The Vagina Monologues has been a familiar annual event in Cagayan de Oro to raise funds and at the same time awareness in fighting violence against women.

This year, there will be an added twist though – there will be a woman on the side of the stage who will translate The Vagina Monologues on March 8 into sign language.

The Vagina Monologues organizer Denise Aguilar who claimed she’s part of the all-women ensemble when Ensler’s famous medium first hit the shores of Cagayan de Oro in 2000 vowed this year’s celebration will be grander.

Aguilar assured there will be new monologues inserted in the play.

“This year, aside from having monologues in Binisaya, all of the monologues will be sign interpreted. So that, not only the hearing public can watch, but the hearing impaired as well....Just watch the show and see for yourself, i promise you, it is a different production with fresh ideas, new blocking, new director, new faces,” Aguilar said.

“Even the original script is altered by Eve herself, every year. Every year there is a spotlight monologue that is fit for the time and current situations of women in a given place. This year, it is entitled "Welcome to the Wetlands" for the women of New Orleans (who are still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Katrina in 2005). Spotlight monologues of the past may or may not be included,” she pointed out.

Aside from The Vagina Monologues, Aguilar will also be holding what she calls as a Vagina Cake, Cookie and Chocolate Exhibit on February 16.

It will be an exhibit among chefs in the city who could showcase cakes, cookies, chocolates and other pastries molded into shapes representing women and their causes.

Throughout the month of February and March, there will also be an all-women basketball exhibition game, fora on gender equality in various academic institutions here and an essay writing contest on women’s issues.

Aguilar is a bit pessimistic about the government’s stance on violence against women though.

“I think the government should have more programs (for women) to be given personality development and self esteem workshops, and more programs pertaining to livelihood and home & business management,” she said.

She resigned to the fact that not all violence against women in Northern Mindanao are reported.

“Even DSWD (Department of Social Welfare and Development) or PIA (Philippine Information Agency) can't give the exact number,” Aguilar said.

In the meantime, Aguilar is urging everyone to watch The Vagina Monologues on March 8 where one of the highlights is the moaning segment.

“Yeah, it was fun doing the moaning part, but we never realized people think it to be the climax of the show,” Aguilar quipped.

Part of the proceeds of The Vagina Monologues and its supplemental activities go to DSWD.

By Mark Francisco
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Mayor Jaraula Mulls Tight Hotel Security Measures
Saturday, February 9, 2008
City Mayor Constantino G. Jaraula expressed alarm over the spate of robbery cases that rocked Cagayan de Oro over the weekend even as he cautioned the association of local hotel owners to tighten their security measures in their respective establishments.

In an emergency meeting yesterday afternoon with the members of the Cagayan de Oro Hotels and Restaurants Association (COHARA) led by its president Nelia Lee, Mayor Jaraula urged the group to adopt new precautionary measures so that a similar incident will never happen again. Mayor Jaraula feared that the reported robbery incident where the perpetrators gained access to the pawnshop by making a hole on the wooden floor of an adjoining pension house, might adversely affect the image of Cagayan de Oro as a peaceful and investment-friendly city.

The city chief executive proposed to the group a precautionary measure by requiring walk-in customers and patrons in hotels, inns and motels to present their identification card (ID) with photo upon registration before allowing them to check-in.

The proposed “ID system”, according to Mayor Jaraula, will enable hotel security personnel and management personnel to easily track down or monitor suspicious characters or criminal elements posing as customers during their stay.

Another security measure proposed by the mayor include the installation of closed-circuit surveillance cameras at the hotel front desk, strict baggage inspection and alertness and vigilance by hotel personnel.

Mayor Jaraula immediately convened the group after police reports reached his office that a pawnshop and a cable company situated in Divisoria area were reportedly victimized by burglary over the weekend.

“I want you all alerted and be protected over these incidents (robberies),” Jaraula warned COHARA members who were obviously stunned upon learning from the mayor that the alleged suspects of the pawnshop robbery have stayed for five days in a room of a pension house located just below the pawnshop.

Mayor Jaraula believed that the pawnshop robbery was well-planned by perpetrators as the incident happened on Saturday evening during Night Cafe or early Sunday dawn this weekend where throngs of people flock the area thereby carrying on their heist unnoticeable by security guards or policemen.

The robbery suspects reportedly made a hole underneath the bed using sophisticated tools and devices then slipped inside the pawnshop and forcibly opened the safety deposit box, carting away over P2 Million in cash and jewelries.

“We have to improve our security system because we are dealing with sophisticated thieves,” Mayor Jaraula told hotel and restaurant owners and managers.

Police operatives and National Bureau of Investigation agents are now probing the twin robbery incidents.

Source: http://cagayandeoro.gov.ph
by Ian A. Fuentes/ city Information of Cagayan de Oro

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Lourdes College, Cagayan de Oro City
Friday, February 8, 2008
Lourdes College prepares you not only for careers, but for lifetimes of learning and service. From the different programs of study, we develop not just competent graduates, but committed persons who carry with them the Lourdesian distinction. Simply stated, Lourdes College is a special place. The links from this page will familiarize you with our mission, and some facts and figures.

Lourdes College a Catholic tradition promotes a Christian understanding of the goodness and dignity of all human beings and emphasizes fundamental concern for the development of Christian culture and human progress. The Lourdes College Core Values of faith, excellence, love and service. In the campus, participation in the Sacraments (Mass and Confession) and other devotions such as adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and the Rosary, Retreats, Recollection and other paraliturgical services are vigorously pursued and encouraged.

Lourdes RVM distinction is rooted on the Marian ideals and virtues kept alive in the tradition initiated by our Mother Ignacia del Espiritu Santo as inspired by the Blessed Virgin Mary. Informed by faith, we help you develop into well-rounded citizens who can preserve and witness to the wholesome values and beliefs of our culture and tradition.

These traditions are brought to life by our distinguished and qualified faculty and staff who believe and commit to the educational and spiritual heritage of Lourdes College. We facilitate student-centered dynamic learning activities while reinforcing the Marian-Ignacian core values. Marian-Ignacian core values.

Lourdes Educating and Forming You the Lourdesian Way

Lourdes wholistic approach starts in the earliest preschool education where faith and academic endeavors are given equal weights in the development and formation of the whole person. In the classroom, ethical and moral considerations always complement intellectual discourse.

Lourdes Offers

College Curricular
  • Teacher Education Courses
  • Nursing
  • Social Works
  • Liberal Arts
  • Business-related Course
  • Hotel and Restuarant Management
Master's Degree in
  • Educational Management
  • Elementary Education
  • Childhood Education
  • Teaching English Communication
  • Arts Home Economics
  • Human Resource Development
High School Building
Elemtary School
preschool

Lourdes Location and Facilities

Main Campus - Located at Corner Hayes - Capistrano situated at the heart of the city near the St. Augustine Metropolitan Cathedral And the Cagayan de Oro City Hall.
  • 45 Classroom
  • Laboratories
  • Mother Ignacia Building
  • Tree-Floor Library
  • AV Center
  • Auditorium
  • Dormitory
Basic Education Campus - Found 14-21 street in barangay macansandig,one of the suburban barangay of Cagayan de Oro
  • Assumption Building (High School Building)
  • St. Josph Building (Administrative)
  • Holy Angel Building (preschool)
  • Holy Child Building (Elemtary School)
  • Gymnasium
Loudes Recognition for Quality Assurance

Accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, College and Universities (PAASCU) since 1979. Granted the singular privilege of Deregulated Status by the Commission of Higher Education for its meritorious achievement in higher education in the provision of instruction and in the conduct of research and community extension services; also recognized for high performance of graduates in the licensure examinations; and for maintaining a tradition of integrity and excellence as well as untarnished reputation in the educational service.


We firmly believe in the essence of inculcating a strong spiritual foundation in every learner while sharpening his/her life’s skills. We prepare you for life and expose you to unique challenges that enrich your mind, heart and spirit. We then invite you to discover how we challenge you to learn and grow with us; join the hundreds of our proud graduates who were prepared to make their own distinction as Lourdesians not only for their first jobs, but for their entire careers – their entire life.

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