by Julienne Gwyn Masendo
A new school year means new beginnings, new advisers, and of course, new students!
Colourful decorations, illuminating party lights and ecstatic elation from students, faculty members and administrative personnel and staff—all in one— as Asian International School of Aeronautics and Technology (AISAT) celebrated its Acquaintance Party at Almendra’s Gymnasium last October 6, 2017. With the party’s theme, “Status Neon Party: Love hard, study harder”, the stage was set for a full night of exciting activities, and fun games as AISAT aviators and instructors exercised camaraderie towards each other. Even the congested roads did not stop the students to join the party while wearing their colored shirts that represented their love statuses: neon yellow for those who agreed to be in complicated relationships : neon green for single students, neon pink for students who are in a relationship and of course, neon orange for those who are fully in love!
The program began with inspiring remarks from Atty. Myra Ann L. Wee-Toe Hio, the school’s President. Immediately after the opening speech, Ms. Kelly Ruth Serenio took the stage to set off the activities and games for a fun-filled night. Students across level, together with the faculty members, offered performances straight from their own euphoric souls as everybody enjoyed their songs. Truly, everyone savoured and seized the moments of full enjoyment!
To add up to the party’s zeitgeist, a raffle draw was also sponsored in the party where the following prizes were given away: 10 aviation pins for the consolation prize, 8 sling bags for the early birds, 5 sling bags for the third prize, 5 aisat jackets for the second prize, and three gift certificates worth 2500 pesos each for the two lucky first prize winners. Also, HRS Department made sure that everyone was hydrated amidst dances, songs, and bands as they served colourful mocktails at mini bar counters.
Congratulations to all Supreme Student Council officers who were involved in the first hand preparation of the event, to all faculty members and administrative staff who collaborated long enough for the success of this event, and for all students who did not just dance their night away but who won friends from different levels and courses.
Get together like this makes college days entirely kaleidoscopic!