With the theme, #HereCCOmesTheMagic, Campus Club Organizations (CCO) opened the CCO Gimikan yesterday, featuring Disney-themed booths.
CCO Moderator Raphael Claveria encouraged the participation of the students, emphasizing inclusivity of all clubs and organizations in this year’s Gimikan.
CCO Internal Vice President Rosvir Kate Flores emphasized that they chose to “decentralize” the booths this year, expanding them beyond the Arrupe Hall and giving each cluster the freedom “to decide among themselves” their preferred booth.
“Since some clubs already have prior commitments, we have a hard time attaining 100% participation. Still, we are hopeful that this year’s Gimikan will be a successful one,” she said.
Among the booths displayed were henna tattoo, a Goofy photobooth, a Disney-themed horror house and cafe and socio-civic club house.
After the ribbon cutting, booths by cluster showcased their respective short creative presentations in order to encourage students to participate in the booths.
CCO Gimikan is an annual Fiesta activity that serves as an avenue for fund raising for university clubs while entertaining the students. It also encloses two competitions, Best Causeplay, with the criteria: Costume – 40%, Advocacy – 30%, Audience Impact – 10%, and Poise and Bearing – 20% and Best Booth to be judged according to liveliness, cleanliness, and consistency.gg