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CCO Chairperson Jorjani Sinsuat opens the CCO week. Photo by Hannah Balladares

CCO culminates recruitment week, 35 years and counting

Looking forward to the next 35 years, the Campus Clubs Organization capped off their week-long recruitment with a Heroes’ Tribute, a special thanksgiving event, held at the Rodriguez Hall, Community Center of the First Companions earlier this afternoon.

CCO President, Jorjani Sinsuat thanked all cluster heads and club presidents for their cooperation.According to Sinsuat, this is one of CCO’s toughest years because of the lack of budget and members. Despite this, he reminded them that their leadership responsibilities should not be treated as burden.

Sinsuat challenged them saying, “I hope that your drive to serve will not end. And we hope that the CCO will not give up with its original vision in the next 35 years to come. Make your CCO involved. Make your CCO yours. Make your visions come true. This is the story of legends and heroes who become legends.”

The CCO Recruitment Week 2017 revolved around a DC-themed Super Season which was opened last July 3, 2017 at the Arrupe Hall, Martin Building. Here, the different clusters under the umbrella organization were presented as superheroes.During the said opening, the ProyektongPagbabago was launched followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Within the week, booths were organized for interested walk-in applicants for various clubs.

Last Wednesday, July 5, cluster representatives compete against each other during the DC Trivia Wars. The said event was graced by MutyangDabaw 2017, Reina Kobayashi who also served as the program host and quiz master for the collision of minds.

In the end, the Engineering and Architecture Cluster outstood others as they grabbed the first place. The Culture&Arts Cluster and the Business&Governance Cluster won second and third place respectively.

For the culminating activity, exceptional clusters were recognized.For the second time around, the Culture&Arts Cluster was declared as the ‘Cluster of the Week’. Aside from this, awards and tokens were given to the following:
• Most Participative Cluster: Business and Governance Cluster
• Most Creative Banner: Faith Formation Cluster
• Most Creative Booth: Culture and Arts Cluster
• Best Cluster Cheer: Culture and Arts Cluster

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