MSC School of Liberal Arts (SLA) Center for Language, Indigenous Culture and Knowledge (CLICK) Campus Visits

February 20, 2018

Torrijos Campus





Preliminaries                                               DAT/BAT Student Organization


Campus Director                              Dr. Arnold Monleon


SAFNS Dean                                      Dr. Alex Pascua


Introduction/ Rationale                 Dr. Randy Nobleza


MSC Theatre Guild                           Sir Carl Lagar


Presidential Assistant &

Advocacy Coordinator                                  Mam Gianina Labicane


Marindukanon Cinema, Visual, Performing and Literary Arts


Closing                                                           SAFNS Student Organization

February 23, 2018

Sta.Cruz Campus

9am to 11am




Preliminaries                                               SBM, SEd x SLA Student Organization


Campus Director                              Dr. Randell Reginio


SLA Program Head                            Sir Butch Imperio


SEd Program Head                           Dr. Analyn Decena


Introduction/ Rationale                 Dr. Randy Nobleza


Office of Media &

International Affairs                                   Sir Chito Mandia


Marindukanon Cinema, Visual, Performing and Literary Arts


Closing                                                           SBM, SEd x SLA Student Organization


February 27, 2018

Gasan Campus





Preliminaries                                               BS Fisheries Student Organization


Campus Director                              Mam Emma Cabildo

Fisheries Program head                 Ms. Orlen Mores


Introduction/ Rationale                 Dr. Randy Nobleza


On Visual Arts                                              Nilo Miciano

Larry Logmao


Marindukanon Cinema, Visual, Performing and Literary Arts


Closing                                                           BS Fisheries Student Organization

bagong taon x pasko sa indotsina

day 7: Noi Bai, Don Mueang, KLIA, NAIA: mga erport

Kinabukasan, uuwi na kami. Bago maghiwalay ang taon ay nasa ere kami ng Vietnam mula sa Noi Bai papunta sa Don Mueang para magtanghalian. Sa huling pagkakataon, inaantabayanan ko kung makikita pa ang mga dating estudyante at bagong kontak. Hindi na talaga, kaya dumiretso na kami sa KLIA para bumawi. Sa hapunan, nasulit naman nanim ang RM namin kaysa Baht nang nananghalian kami sa pinaka-unang pandaigdigang paliparan sa Asya. Mas una,may dibersidad at balor ang Ringgit namin bukod sa hapunan ay pangbaon pa naming goreng at manok. Hindi ko malaga kung parehong paliparan ng KLIA at LCCA ang binisita ko dati, wala na akong kontak o kakilala, buti naman hindi masyado matagal ang lay-over sa Kuala Lumpur, nakinig na lang kami sa mga kuwentong-buhay ng mga kababayang pauwi para harapin ang 2018. Mga kuwento ng mga amo, tinagong pasaporte, padalang pera at pasalubong sa pamilya ang narinig namin. Hindi na kami nagsalita at tahimik na lang kami nakisimpatya. Mapalad kami sa pagkakataon makaalis at nakauwi sa paliparang Ninoy Aquino kung saan bumulagta sa tarmac ang dating senador.

sa paliparang don mueang sa thailand

ilang eksena sa old quarter ng hanoi, vietnam

buhay ang palitan ng mga lokal na produkto kahit sa kalsada

may mga nagtitinda ng mga bulaklak gamit ang bisekleta, umulan man o umaraw


sa gitna ng pagbubukas at pagsasara ng mga tiangge sa daan ay may nagaganap na usapan

kahit sa mga okasyon kahit pasko o bagong taon, patuloy lang ang takbo ng mga sasakyan at buhay

adbokasine 3min. pelikula

Marinduque Alliance of Youth Advocates (MAYA), in partnership with Mission Alliance Philippines and Marinduque State College (MSC)- Marinduque is currently hosting its 2nd ADBOKASINE: ANG SINENG MAY IPINAGLALABAN- TATLONG MINUTONG PELIKULA all over the province of Marinduque. This is being participated by Junior and Senior High School, and Out-of-School Youth aged 18 and below competing under three-minute advocacy film with this year’s Children’s Month Celebration theme- BATA, ILIGTAS SA DROGA.


day 1: National Conference on National and Local History

Welcome to Aparri

Dr. Bernadita Churchill leads a panel on the indigenous peoples and Martial Law in the K12 history curriculum

38th PNHS conference pax pose for posterity 

where the river meets the sea, where the south china sea and pacific ocean collide

day 0: 38th PNHS National Conference

Night Stroll at Tuguegarao City, Cagayan

Nueve Segovia Street Mural at St.Peter and Paul Cathedral by night

USL Research Center welcomes Marinduque State College possible linkage and collaboration

University of Saint Louis Tuguegarao City

CCP collaterals request

title volume no. date quantity
ani volume 1 number 4 december 1987


metaphors of love mga talinghaga ng puso the love issue tomo 31



spirituality and healing tomo 34



ani tomo 22 december 1995


ani tomo IV, blg 4 disyembre 1990


ani volume V, number 1 january-april 1991


ani volume III, number 3 september 1989


ani volume II, number 3 september 1988


ani tomo II, blg. 4 dismember 1988


ani tomo III, blg. 1 marso 1989


the human body ang katawan tomo 38 2013-14


disaster and survival: a collection of prose and poems tomo 30 2010-11


global pinoy tomo 32



the animal kingdom kahayupan tomo 39 2015-16


the pinoy as asian tomo 35



ani: the CCP literary yearbook tomo 29



ani volume IV, number 2 june 1990


ani volume III, number 2 june 1989


ani tomo 1 marso 1987


ani volume VII, number 1 december 1993


ani tomo II, blg. 2 hunyo 1988


ani volume 1, number 3 september 1987


ani tomo III, blg. 4 dismember 1989


ani tomo IV, blg. 3 setyembre 1990


ani volume V, number 3 december 1991


nature and environment: 20th anniversary issue tomo 33



cleansing and renewal: 25th anniversary issue tomo 37



the performing arts and literature/ documenting the ephemeral tomo 24



ngayon ang kinabukasan, pinot writing beyond 2k tomo 27



sarisaring kasarian: pagpapamahal, carino brutal atbp. the gender issue tomo 28



panitikan ng kahirapan: literature of poverty tomo 26



tanghal-tula, poetry performed/ balagtasan crissotan, bukanegan komposo balagtasan tomo 25



ani volume VI, number 1 december 1992


wsk axis 2017 festival of the recently possible

Baybayin Narrative Report by Rizalyn Magno and John Earl Manlisis, MSC ABE 3B

I have attended conferences before but only inside our campus, and that experience was very different than the one I had in Sta. Cruz. I can still recall the feeling of having our abstracts accepted for the event. I could not express the positive feeling I had back then. I felt special knowing that we are going to present papers along with other academicians throughout the Southern Tagalog region. I felt that this opportunity shall be one of the best achievements I’ll have in my College life.

In the conference, I have learned things that will never be taught to school, at least in our course. Things that are interesting enough to satisfy my cravings for knowledge. I’ve met inspiring persons during my three-day stay at Sta. Cruz especially in our room on which most of the male professors were our roommates. Besides the formal parallel sessions of the activity, I’ve noticed that the participants who were also our roommates are conducting their own personal parallel session in our dorm. We can’t help to eavesdrop on the knowledge they are sharing with each other on the other corner of our room. The unforgettable and meaningful part for me is when the sirs personally approach me from time to time and gives me inspirational private talk. As if they were acting like fathers to us and sharing how they did things, what brought them where they are now.

I got home not only with the knowledge and certificates, but also with the inspiration and motivation to participate in future conferences that I know will benefit not only me, but also the world’s pool of knowledge.

It was truly a privilege and an awesome experience to be one of the participants of the very first Baybayin Conference held in Tamayo, Sta. Cruz, Marinduque last October 12- 14. I’ve never thought of being a part of this academic event that made me meet different co-researchers, teachers, and students from all over the country. I’ve felt the manifestation of scholarly vibe that surrounds the whole area and the program as well.

Our paper was aligned with other parallel sessions held on the last day of the event. Because of that, we had the chance to listen and watch other presentors on various topics we had freely chose. My most awaited parts of the session are the presentations of the plenary speakers. But I learned, in equal manner, on all paper presentations I find interest in. These plenary speakers are the renowned personalities in fields they excel. I really have high regards and adoration on these Sirs. I have known new techniques, strategies, and theories that may help on future studies that I may produce. I found inspiration on pursuing a life and a way of a researcher in smallest efforts that I may spend in this area on the future career that I’ll be undertaking soon. Researches for the welfare of other people fuels my will to extend a hand on the progress of the country and the Filipino Nation. I feel one with the spirit of the researchers — the desire to educate the people on the tiniest detail of life.

I’ve left the place with a heart and soul full of new ideas, inspirations, and techniques on making a productive and affective research paper. I think I had paid few for all of the experience and benefits I got from this conference. This is one of a kind experience that’ll continue to inspire me and look forward to in my life.

Naratibong Ulat tungkol sa Kumperensya ng Baybayin ni Althea Lyra La Rosa, MSC BAC 3

Bilang panimula, nais kong ipaalam na lubos akong nagagalak dahil isa ako sa mga napili na maglahad ng papel na inihanda sa para sa nasabing komperehensya na dinadaluhan ng mga bigating panauhin. Bago pa man kami makapunta sa Tamayo, Sta. Cruz , marami na ang naganap kasama na don ang pagkakaroon ng mga bagong kaibigan mula sa AB-English A at B na silang mga kasama naming pitong BA-Comm na mga estudyante. Naging magkakwentuhan sa loob ng 3 gabi at 3 araw at kahit papaano ay nakilala naming sila, hindi lamang ang kanilang mga sarili kung hindi pati na rin ang kanilang kursong napili.

Sa loob ng 3 gabi at 3 araw na iyon, maayos naman ang naging “pamumuhay” naming doon, may maayos na tulugan, pagkain, kahit minsan, nagkakaproblema sa liguan at palikuran dahil medyo madami din ng mga kalahok sa Baybayin.

Ang ilan sa mga hindi ko malilimutang topic noon ay tungkol sa paglulupak na nagiging sanhi ng pamumuo ng pag ibig sa pamamagitan ng isang binata at dalaga. Pero ayon sa naglahad nito, hindi sya sang ayon sa kulturang ito, ipinapakita lamang daw nito na ang mga lalaki lamang ang may kakayahang gumalw, at hindi ang mga kababaihan. “Sexism” kumbaga. Ang isa naman ay ang Ang Panganganga ng mag Kabayaang may Mapupulang Ngiti ni Gng. Grace A. Veloso. Dito sa paksang ito, nagtatalo naman kung dapat bang panatilihin at isabuhay ang pag nganganga, o dapat nang itigil dahil sa nakakaapekto ito d lang sa kapaligiran kngdi pati na din sa kalusugan ng mga nangnganganga dahil may sangkap ito na nakaka adik dahilan upang ito ay hindi tigilan ng mga mag nganganga. Ang isa naman ay ang Kayas-kawayan: Naghihingalong Kultura sa bayan ng Morong, Rizal ni Mr.John Kelvin SL. Pantaleon at ipinakita nya ang mayamang tradisyon ng kanilang lugar, ang pagkakayas ng kawayan upang makagawa ng magagandang arko. Ang problema ng lamang nito ay paunti ng paunti na ang may kayang gumawa nito at lahat sa kanila ay matatanda na. buti nalamang at gumawa ang kanilang komunidad ng paran na isama ang pgkakayakas sa mga bokasyonal na kurso.

Ilan lamang yan sa mga natutunan at naranasan ko sa baybayin conference. Isama na dito ang pagtatanghal ng MSC Theater Guild na kinabibilangan ko din.