CSG - Inside Track
National Officers Introduce "CSG Students' Day"
President Vincent Louie Raotraot, together with the current CSG legislators, worked in making yet another exciting avenue for students to express themselves as they initiated the CSG Students' Day last November 16, 2012.
The CSG Students' Day originated from the 'Freedom Day' being practiced by the previous administrations, but with limitations and with a whole new side of it. It is a day for all college students of Holy Name University to showcase their ideals, aspirations, and advocacies through the clothes that they wear.
Per guidelines set by the Student Congress, decency is still a must in the portrayal of what the student comprehends her/himself to be. All rules and regulations adhering a regular wash day still apply. It is then considered as a 'wash day with a twist.'
Many students actually responded and participated. National officers of the CSG happily roamed around the campus to take pictures of students in their rarely-worn attires. It was, indeed, a day full of amusement and delight.