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HNU Library System Celebrates National Book Week



November 24 to 30 marked the National Book Week Celebration for the HNU Library System with the theme “Family Literacy: Reading Begins With Us.” The celebration opened with a Holy Mass celebrated by the University president, Fr. Ernesto Lagura, SVD followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony at the display which was situated at the pathway leading to the University gymnasium. Everybody was treated with some assorted native foods such as puto kuchinta, suman balanghoy, tira-tira, coconut bars along with some candies, lollypops and some mixed nuts after the ceremony.

The week-long celebration highlighted two contests: Digital Poster Making Contest and the Digital Photography Contest. There were six entries in the Digital Poster Making Contest which was held simultaneously at the Lesage and Bates Internet Centers last November 26. The following are the winners for the Digital Poster Making Contest: John Erzon Tan, 1st; Marvin Busalanan, 2nd; and Neil Ranoa 3rd. All of them came from the College of Computer Science.

There were only three entries for the Digital Photography Contest and were ranked as follows: 1st -- Kent Chibe Yonson; 2nd -- Stella Marris Fernandez; and 3rd -- Johannes Manzanilla.

A featured film shown during the celebration was Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth. The documentary shows Mr. Gore talking about global warming and how it affects all of us directly or indirectly. The film was viewed by a number of students and librarians including the Director of Libraries.



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