The Campus Clubs Organization officially launched its annual week-long CCO Club Fair on July 25 during the activity period at the Thibault Hall. Despite the rainy weather, the different clubs and organizations in the University paraded from Dotterweich Park all the way to the Thibault Hall.
The program began with a prayer led by Subdominant 7. After which, Jemimah D’Lonsod, the host of the program, introduced the CCO President Bernard Jason Malubay, who then gave his opening remarks. Malubay encouraged the Ateneans to join the different clubs in the University and told them that the Club Fair aims to celebrate those.. He even stressed that the CCO is not just composed of club presidents, but also of the members of the clubs as well.
D’Lonsod then introduced security guard Mr. Ramel Polancos, food court personnel Mr. Nathaniel Razonable and elevator operator Luzviminda Montes, who were tasked to judge the cheers that each club presented. Students from the Ateneo International Studies Students Organization (AISSO), Philippine Nursing Students Association and Subdominant 7 also performed their intermission numbers.
The awarding ceremony for the Hugyaw Award and the Best Stilt Award took place last July 2, at the Thibault Hall. The Junior Philippine Institute of Chemical Engineers (JPIChe) won first place, while the Ateneo Catechetical Instruction League (ACIL), the Ateneo Christian Life Community (ACLC) and the Society of Ateneo Literature and English Majors (SALEM) bagged the second and third place respectively, having ACLC and SALEM tied in the third spot, in the Best Stilt Award. Meanwhile, the Nature Watch Club also won first place, putting AISSO and the Samahan ng mga Mag-aaral ng Agham Pampulitika ng Ateneo (SAMAPULA) in second and third place correspondingly in the Hugyaw Award.