LNU Alumni Association Holds Normal Run

by Freya N. Yodico

     As a celebration of the Leyte Normal University Alumni Homecoming, the Normal Run was held at Leyte Normal University (LNU) on June 25, 2016.

     Participated by pre-registered alumni, officers of the association, and students from LNU and ABE, the starting point was at the gate of Independencia Street, going to Real Street, to the EVRMC, and back to LNU where the finish line was also located.

     Justifying why it was dubbed as Normal Run, Dr. Crisanto Daga, President of the LNU Alumni Association, shared that it has two operational meanings.

     "An syahan, it depends upon the runner's perspective. An meaning han usa kay tungod nga na link han aton name of the university," Daga said.

LNU Studes, Orgs Shake City Streets

  by Connie Merin

     Day two of the 95th Foundation Anniversary of the Leyte Normal University kicked off with the parade around nine in the morning yesterday.

     Students and student organizations as well as the faculty and staff danced their way into the streets of Tacloban City.

     Embellishing the parade were colors and style inspired by the concept of the university’s history.

     Loud cheers and high energy coming from the dancers of the organizations who participated in filled the air as they showed the moves and grooves in harmony with the beat of the music.

Alumni Night Caps Colors of the World

  by Lorrieca Maye Guimbaolibot and Evita Isabel Gabieta

     Batches with themed colors gathered at the LNU Quadrangle for the LNU/LSC/LNS Grand Alumni Homecoming 2016.

     With this year’s theme "Colors of the World," guests filled the whole place with vibrant hues that represent their batch along with cheers and greetings as they were acknowledged.

     "The theme was in memory of Yolanda and all the countries, all walks of life that helped us," said Atty. Lorelee Rama, Batch President of the host batch, in an interview with An Lantawan.

     "A color represent a batch but even if we have different colors we are still united," added Rama.