August 13, 2016 (7:06 AM)

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Students and teachers feasting on their lunches during the boodle fight. Photo by Hannah Lou Balladares

Students, faculty members, and alumni feasted on a variety of food at the Fr. Rodriguez Hall during the boodle fight held last Aug. 13.

The purpose of the event was to celebrate the existing unity and peace between students and teachers. The theme for this year was “Boodle for Peace”.

SAMAHAN President John Chin, in his opening message, expressed the very importance of such tradition, the Boodle Fight eating, where participation and interaction among students and teachers manifest harmonious relationships within the institution.

Students have also expressed their positive responses about the activity

Business and Management student Mike Roma stated how the activity helped those who have stiff budgets. He also added that the food was delicious and that others who also participated shared jokes, which have made the feast more enjoyable.

End the silence of the gagged!

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