BSU launches centennial coffee table history book

>> Tuesday, October 10, 2017

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet -- The Benguet State University
 launched its Centennial Coffee Table Book along with the
university’s  story monograph series to  to commemorate its hundred
years of existence since its humble beginnings as a farm school until
it flourished as a premiere state university in the province.
BSU president Feliciano Calora Jr together with the chair of the
history committee Grace Bengwayan and BSU history and museum director
Stanley Anongos Jr. led unveiling of history materials at the
Historical Museum  recently. 
The hard launch is expected to take place December or January next year to coincide  with BSU’s charter
Calora hopes that the production of history materials which is part of
the university’s centennial celebrations would be pursued and would
capture what BSU is all about.  He encouraged other stakeholders such
as alumni, professors, teachers, and officials to write also their
stories and experiences with the school  as history materials are
still works in progress.
Bengwayan presented the contents and the processes involved in the
production of materials that  encapsulate the pre- war, Japanese
period, post war, and university period.  Each of the era or the theme
highlights the significant events in the life of the school, the
students, faculty, staff and management.


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