August 16, 2012 (7:38 AM)

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Ateneans gathered around the makeshift long table for the “Salo-salo” or boodle fight last August 15 at the Gazebo area.

The Samahan officers prepared the table while students waited for their chance to eat. As the countdown to eat reached zero, the students rushed to the table and ate the rice and barbeque meal.

“Nice siya pero bitin kay isa ra pud ang food; barbeque lang. Unlike kadtong last year may lechon, bihon ug barbeque. Pero lami gihapon,” said Claire Tiu, third year BS Accounting Technology student.

Samahan President Maureen Villamor said that the boodle fight aims to make the Fiesta more festive. Villamor added that the boodle fight aims “to gather the students together” and to celebrate the Filipino tradition of communal eating.

When asked why the table for this years’s boodle fight was shorter than last year’s boodle fight, Villamor replied, “We settled for this kasi we don’t want to be that so extravagant.” Feast

End the silence of the gagged!

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