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67th AdDU Fiesta: Bonggang Gameshow holds challenges

Le Grande Dolino, a participant from the Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM) cluster, takes part in one of the fiesta's 'bonggang' games. Photo by Mark Louie Balladares
Le Grande Dolino, a participant from the Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM) cluster, takes part in one of the fiesta’s ‘bonggang’ games. Photo by Mark Louie Balladares

Over a hundred spectators, both student and faculty alike, gathered for the fiesta’s Bonggang Gameshow event yesterday, Aug. 14, at the fourth floor of the Martin Hall building.

The game show had various one-minute-challenges and team games such as Atras-Abante with Salbabida, Hula Wars, and Atenista Kwarta o Kahon Mas Pinabongga among others.

The participants for each challenge were randomly chosen according to the number and color of the cards they were given during the event.

One event called ‘Bet Bet Ang Ating Reps at Faculty Members’ had the nine division representatives and some faculty members pair together to participate in different minute-to-win-it tasks.

Prizes included cash rewards amounting to either Php 500.00 or Php 1000.00, as well as gift certificates from the fiesta’s major sponsors, and Palaro t-shirts.

After each game, raffle draws were conducted randomly with the participants of the games as the raffle contenders. Winners won cash prizes worth Php 500.00 and gift certificates.

Le Grande Dolino, Maryliene Mullasgo, and Sies Ampatuan were some of the students who won gift certificates worth Php 1,000.00 from the major sponsors during the jackpot round.

Ryjean Gonzaga, one of the event’s organizers, expressed that the activities were fun and enjoyable.

“My favorite part in the event was the Hula Wars, grabe lingaw kaayo sila tan-awun kay grabe sila makabira. Nahiyos na gud ang salbabida! Kataw-anan kaayo,” Gonzaga said.

The Bonggang Gameshow was prepared by the SAMAHAN Task Force, with the assistance of the Office of the Buklod Ambassador and the SAMAHAN Productions.

 

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