Paskuhan 2013 is drawing near and I’m sure that some of you have heard that this year’s celebration will be less spectacular because our university is showing its sympathy for what had happened lately in Visayas due to Typhoon Yolanda. No Agape, famous bands and FIREWORKS.
Whether these rumors are true or not, it is best not expect na lang. Marahil nakakalungkot sya given that the Pyrotechnical display are the bread & butter of Paskuhan but it’s better na ganun na lang kasi it’s not good to “celebrate” and “flaunt” our usual extravagant yearly event since there are a lot of homeless people and they are still grieving for the death of their loved ones.
We are taught to be compassionate, right? So let’s make this sacrifice for them. Besides, this is a test kung paano ba natin viniview ang Paskuhan sa UST. Dahil lang ba sa fireworks kaya tayo umaattend ng Paskuhan? Hindi ba’t napakababaw?We have a lot to celebrate and I don’t think that those are the essence of our yearly Paskuhan.
Now, I am challenging CSC, SOCC and the organizers on how they’ll make Paskuhan still the Thomasian’s most anticipated event of the year.
Here’s my list of my suggestions for Paskuhan. Some might sound crazy but it’s worth the try!
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