BORONGAN CITY – To pay tribute to the pride of the school, Eastern Samar State University held its 5th Pasidungog Awards Nite, Tuesday, May 28 at the 2nd floor Main Library.
The Regional SCUAA Games will once again rock Eastern Samar after Eastern Samar State University hosted the same sporting event six years ago. The different colors of stretching streamers dancing in the air, the Christmas trees twinkling and beaming with fancy ornaments, the contiguous welcoming smiles seen on the faces of the ESSU community--- these sights create festive energy and excitement that will certainly envelop anyone who enters the portals of our dear University.
The Search for Mr and Ms SCUAA could never be so fierce and competitive as it is now, I can tell you that. I’ve had the privilege to meet the candidates prior to the start of the SCUAA meet and have had the opportunity to accompany them to their photo shoots and let me tell you that the stereotype: “people who join beauty pageants are all looks and no brains” is a hoax when it comes to these contestants.
“I’m excited and I think that the entire community is excited. This is not just an athletic event but this is our way of promoting the university as a university comparable with other universities in the region and even in the whole country”, Dr. Campoto said in an interview with the Catalyst.
After ESSU accepted this year’s hosting of the regional SCUAA ’18, the University had a long process of planning starting from the month of January. Immediately, the administration, together with the concerned faculty and staff, conducted a planning workshop and created committees which enabled them to come up with a master plan for the SCUAA 2018.
Four students from AB Political Science of the Eastern Samar State University emerged victorious in the recently concluded debate on federalism led by the Department of the Interior and Local Government on April 24, 2018 at the DILG-8 Regional Training Center, Tacloban City.