LIGHT. Students and faculty offer candles and prayers for late comsci student, Ronie Recilla.

The VSU Supreme Student Council held a candle lighting ceremony for VSU computer science student, Ronie Recilla, who was shot dead at Brgy. Guadalupe on August 27, 2018.

STOLEN. At least P2,500 amount of money went missing from the Mulberry Men's Hall during their Acquaintance Party at the VSU Convention Center.

The students reported losing at least P2,500 worth of cash from the incident.

Mr. Norman Villas of the University Computer Center (UCC) said in an interview that student feedbacks for this year’s enrolment has mostly been positive due to the integration of enrolment online.

SECOND TERM. USSC President, John Allan Gulles with Dean of Students, Prof. Manolo B. Loreto and Ormoc City Youth Development Officer, Mr. Rolando Jhay Gaspar, Jr. during the second Student Leadership Congress. Photo from VSU Media Team

The once hesitant candidate has gained another nod of approval from his peers to serve as the VSU student regent for the second time.

He confessed that her desire to go back to school served as an inspiration for him to to do well.

Jia Bornias was a Grade 12 Senior High School student of VSU. Photo (left) by Chloe Anne Funcion. Jia's portrait photo courtesy of her Facebook profile.

Low potassium in Jia Bornias' blood caused her heart attack, coma and eventually, her death.

STUDENT DOWN. VSU Dean of Students Prof. Manolo Loreto stands outside the cordoned area where Ronie Recilla was shot dead.

The victim has been identified to be Ronie Recilla, 24, of Butuan City, Caraga.

Pangasugan Brgy Captain Mr. Dexter Magan. Photo from his Facebook account.

“I understand if (the victims) will press charges against me because I have made a mistake, but please forgive me,” said Magan in Cebuano.

HEAD-ON COLLISION. Daryl Salidaga (left) died, while Esteban Jandoc (right) is in critical condition after their motorcycle crashed with truck in Ormoc City. Photos from their Facebook accounts.

Salidaga, the passenger, was declared dead on arrival. Jandoc, the driver, was transferred to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Ormoc Doctors’ Hospital as he suffered severe joint dislocations in his right arm and leg.

HACKED. Dagatan claims someone else used his account to send those vulgar conversations.

"I was hacked," but...

HACKED. Mr. Dagatan claimed his account was hacked during the time the victim received his chats.

[4TH UPDATE] A post by a VSU senior high school student shows Dagatan offering 3,000-pesos worth of cash to meet with him.

BURGLARIZED. Mr. SCUAA candidate, Reigndoulf Quirong's belongings strewn in the floor after being looted. Photo by Jed Asaph Cortes

A laptop and pocket Wi-Fi, which were SLSU properties, were missing.

VICTORS. Out of 9 pairs of candidates, (from left to right) Juliene Borlasa Araño (2nd runner up), Ken Ian Contado (2nd runner up), Skelly Ivy Florida (Ms. PASUC 2017), Christopher Cinco ((Mr. PASUC 2017), Carmela Rustia (1st runner up), and Carl Lencer Rebadomia (1st runner up) were hailed winners in the Regional Search for Mr. & Ms. PASUC 2017. Photo by VSU Media Team

Cinco and Florida will represent Region VIII, Eastern Visayas in the National Search for Mr. & Ms. PASUC 2017.

PARTNERS. Mr. Rowil Batan during his speech in the opening of this year's Intramural games. Photo by VSU Web Team

“Instead of going to the universities outside of the Region 8, we’d rather see them (students) in VSU to help the province prosper,” said Mr. Batan

Four of the winners are Amaranth staff.

They met at the sidelines of SCUAA 2016 to form their organization.

They will represent Eastern Visayas in the national SCUAA games.