Photo Caption University of Perpetual Help, MGen Horaio Lino Lapinid (8th from right) receives the six LCD projectors from Mr. Chang Jingyu, President of Shanghai Lingyu Educational Technology LTD (3rd from the left) during a simple ceremony at the UPHSD EVP Office on January 25, 2019. Also in photo are Atty. Irineo Martinez, Jr., former Dean of the Graduate School, and Mr. Gabby Flores, Director for Planning and Linkages, Dean, ETEEAP and CPD.
The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA received a number of projectors from the Shanghai Lingyu Education Technology Limited of Shanghai, China on January 25, 2019.
Perpetual’s Executive Vice President MGen Horacio Lino Lapinid personally received six (6) units of LCD Projector from the students of China through the combined efforts of the Shanghai Lingyu Education Technology Limited of Shanghai, China and Atty. Irineo F. Martinez, Jr, former Dean of the Graduate School.
The said units will be distributed to the Office of the President (1 unit), Las Piñas Campus (2 units), Molino Campus (2 units), and Calamba Campus (1 unit) for Educational, Research and Community Outreach Programs of the institution.
The President of this company, Mr. Chang Jingyu and his partner, Mr. Zhow Wei are committed to solicit more donations for the school to reciprocate the UPHSD’s effort in taking good care of the academic needs of Chinese students.
ALTAS continue reign; Junior ALTAS complete 5-peat
A perfect season.
The University of Perpetual Help recovered from a rusty opening set and a fourth frame scare before finishing off College of St. Benilde, 23-25, 25-17, 25-17, 25-23, Friday in Game 2 of the Finals to retain the crown and complete a clean sweep of the NCAA Season 94 men’s volleyball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan.
Two-time Most Valuable Player Joebert Almodiel connived with Ronniel Rosales and Ridzuan Muhali to deliver the Las Pinas-based squad’s 12th title overall.
Almodiel, who was named Finals MVP, fired 19 points while Muhali had an all-around perfomance with 19 markers with all but one coming off attack and 11 digs for Perpetual, which uncorked 57 spikes and 11 kill blocks. Skipper John Patrick Ramos and Rosales scored nine each.
Perpetual staved off the furious comeback attempt of the Blazers in the fourth set as CSB dropped a 14-4 rally to cut a 7-18 deficit and breathe down the necks of the Altas, 22-21.
Gabriel Casana gave Perpetual some breathing room with a heady dropball but committed a service error in the next play. Almodiel put the Altas at championship point Ronniey Adviento saved a match point.
Almodiel sealed the championship by pounding the game-winning down the line hit.
The Altas survived a tough challenge put up the Blazers in the best-of-three series opener, 23-25, 25-20, 23-25, 25-23, 15-12, last week.
Adviento and Rookie of the Year Ruvince Abrot posted 12 points each while Francis Basilan had 10 for CSB.
Meanwhile, the unbeaten Junior Altas cruised their way past Letran, 25-19, 30-28, 25-17, to extend their reign in the high school division to five straight years.
Perpetual claimed its 11th overall crown after sweeping the Squires to complete a perfect season.
Noel Kampton, who bagged the 2nd Best Open Spiker award, finished with 21 points including 19 from attacks while Finals MVP Hero Austria and Kirth Rosos posted 10 markers each for the Junior Altas, who destroyed Letran in just 58 minutes.
“Nasunod ang game plan namin at saka yung eagerness ng mga bata na talagang manalo, kasi yung nakaraang four-peat champion namin hindi kami naka-sweep,” said Junior Altas coach Randy Rieta. “So bago mag-start yung season sinabi ko sa mga bata, “Pwede ba regalo nyo sa akin itong season?”
Season MVP Christian Dela Cruz was the only Squire in double figures with 10 points while John Paul Lorenzo and Mark Omega posted nine and eight markers, respectively.
The University of Perpetual Help – Molino Campus newspaper adviser received a Certificate of Excellence from the International Journal of Arts and Sciences’ (IJAS) Conference held last May 21-25, 2018 at the Room 217 Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Myla Pilar S. Pamplona presented her research entitled “Hilot, Tawas, Hula: Leads and Responses of Filipino Traditional Workers” at the Annual Multidisciplinary Research Presentation of the International Journal of Arts and Sciences.
“I love doing researches in Counseling Psychology and on Gender Issues,” Dr. Pamplona said in her profile in the Harv2018 IJAS Conference website.
Dr. Pamplona is a professor of Psychology at the UPH Molino Campus. She is the head of the Student Personnel Services of the UPH-Molino Campus. #30