The College of Computing Education (CCE), Psychology Department, and the Social Work Department joined forces to present “CMC’s Panaghimamat | Pastel Paradise: A Night of Colorful Connection.”
The event commenced with a warm welcome from Dran Rabe Inojales, Governor of CCE, setting the tone for the evening. The Social Work Department then captivated the audience with a lively intermission, followed by the official oath-taking ceremony of officers, guided by Ms. Katherine Mae Abayabay from the Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS) Staff.
Dr. Mark Gennesis B. Dela Cerna, Vice President for Academic Affairs, delivered his message that resonated with all attendees.
Throughout the night, the College of Computing Education (CCE) offered additional moments of entertainment, complemented by messages from the College Deans.
The evening culminated in a dinner banquet, featuring closing remarks by Ms. Gay Suaybaguio, Governor of Psychology Student Council.
The festivities continued with a delightful session of toasts and dancing, creating cherished memories for all participants.
This event showcased the strength of collaboration and unity among academic departments, leaving an impact on the attendees, having a sense of community and togetherness.
Central Mindanao Colleges (CMC) annually hosts Acquaintance Parties, aptly named PANAGHIMAMAT, which unite students in a joyous and convivial atmosphere. These gatherings feature distinctive themes, captivating performances, and delightful surprises, all designed to encourage CMCian students to forge new friendships, relish diverse activities, and connect with peers, faculty members, and alumni.
CMC is committed to inclusivity and endeavors to create enduring memories that foster personal growth and solidarity among its students. These gatherings are an integral aspect of the CMC experience, promoting camaraderie and the well-being of our students.