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THE ASCLEPIAN VOICE
April 23, 2014
he West Visayas State University – College of Medicine held
its 36th Commencement Exercises at the WVSU Cultural Center, April
23. The afternoon-long event was initiated by the processional of the graduates
from Roxas Hall to the events venue. It
was immediately followed by the baccalaureate mass and the program proper
The WVSU-COM graduating class
2014, better known as batch Serviam,
deserved the right to be conferred the
degree of Doctor of Medicine after passing the requirements of the medical degree curriculum as well as the one year
clinical clerkship at WVSU Medical Center
on their fourth year.
Members of the Order of Asclepius
were part of the graduating class. These
are as follows: Batch 34 (Advincula’s
Batch) - Alvior, Lorlynne; Berdugo, Alenwil; de la Cruz, Ma. Rizelle; de los Reyes,
Ma. Seychelle (GLA 2012-2013); Falcon,
Sheine Mae; Guinta, Fairodz (LCSK 20122013); Guinzon, Abdulnohk Jr.; Manderico, Regine Veil (JLA 2012-2013);
Onglatco, Chinnie Marie; Opao, Judy
SMILE! Resident members posing with Asclepian graduates of batch Serviam.
(Batch Leader); Potato, Camilie; Señga,
Miguela Marie (LC 2012-2013); Tunguia, Saer Martin; Batch 35 (Gerasmo’s
Batch) – Baton, Van Philip.
Special distinction is given to the
following Asclepian achievers. They are:
Señga, Miguela Marie, Cum Laude and
class valedictorian; and Guinzon, Abdulnohk Jr., honourable mention.
This year’s guest speaker is Dr. Ryan
Guinaran, a graduate of UP College of
Medicine and one of the founding members of the Association of Philippine
Medical Colleges – Student Network. In
his message, he encouraged the graduates to serve the country and strive to be
the best in all their personal and professional endeavors.
John Ramel Q. Rafael
by: John Ramel Q. Rafael
esident members of the Order
of Asclepius joined in the Light
of Peace 2014 event on April 14, 2014 at
the Savannah City, Oton, Iloilo.
The Order of Asclepius spearheaded
the event in the WVSU – College of Medicine in partnership with the Medicine
Student Council (MSC) and Asian Medical
Students Association (AMSA). Ms. Rachel
Catague acted as zone leader in the
Guinness committee that ensured the
assigned candles are lit in the A6 zone of
the formation which forms part of the
image of the Philippine map. She also led
a group of volunteers from Veterans village as well as from the city proper. In
addition, members from different
batches of the Order of
Asclepius also took part in
the said event.
featured the largest flaming
image by candles created
by the 100,000 participants. The completed image depicted the Light of
Peace event’s logo and
through Inner Peace” with
“The Philippines”. Recently,
it was confirmed that the
said event was successful in
its bid for the Guinness
OA resident members taking part in the Light of
Peace 2014 event in Oton, Iloilo.
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