To celebrate the culmination of the college week, the College of Arts and Communication (CAC) sponsored a Bonfire Poetry Reading on February 14, 2014 at the CAC Dap-Ay.
The college holds Poetry Reading every February as part of the CAC Week. Thedd Wilvher David and Dean Anna Christie Torres of CAC suggested bringing back the bonfire as part of the week-long celebration. The last Bonfire Poetry Reading was held in February 2012.
CAC faculty read and recited poems of their personal choices while some played stringed instruments and sang songs. Students from the English 1 and Communication 1 classes also offered intermission numbers during the program.
Writers Mercy Dulawan, and Luchie Maranan provided the poetry talk aside from poetry readings by the faculty members and students. Many students have already lost their passion in writing because of modernization therefore Maranan reminded the students to always write passionately.
DLLA Faculty Scott Saboy did not deliver his talk personally. Instead, his colleagues from CAC helped him make an audio visual presentation of his message that was played during the Bonfire Poetry Reading.
DLLA Department Chair Junley Lazaga hosted the activity.
The CAC Socials Committee organized the college week’s activities. They are composed of the faculty members: Orville Tatcho, Thedd David, Jevic Cruel, Janine Toca, and Shine Queri.