With the theme “AdDU SBG in Mindanaoization: Enabling Change, Fostering Inclusive Growth”, SBG Dean Jenner Chan, DBM emphasized the importance of engaging the students to better understand their respective fields and promoting Mindanaoization as a change of leadership in Mindanao.
“We aim to expand our horizon and we mean to engage a lot of students to be part of our activities in SBG related to our theme Mindanaoization. We expect change because of the leadership of Duterte and at the same time we will also engage students to this change. So our theme is basically used to promote Mindanaoization as a change of leadership in Mindanao,” Chan said.
The event featured the opening of the Trade Fair held at the Rodriguez Hall, the exhibit on the Consumer Awareness Act at the Thibault Grounds, and the presentation of the paintings from the SBG Got Talent contest and the department’s various clubs at the Arrupe Hall.
Various clubs under the said division took part in the opening of the annual festivities.
“The SBG week opening was fun and filled with surprises. I was amazed of the talent presented by the contestants especially the singers during the SBG Got Talent competition. The booths at Thibault Hall are also very unique,” third year Business Management student Cecille Carpio said.
The SBG Week will continue until Jan. 27. The event will also host activities such as career pep talks, business enterprise development symposiums, quiz bowls, and essay writing contests to be held.