The Manila Central University-College of Pharmacy recently held its Grand Alumni Homecoming, and it was a resounding success. The Centennial Gymnasium was packed with a large number of attendees, all of whom were filled with excitement, energy, and nostalgia. The program featured various activities, including recognizing Centralino pharmacists who had significantly contributed to the pharmacy field.
The testimonial from distinguished alumni, Mrs. Rebecca Flores from Batch 1962 and Mr. Rodel Samonte from Batch 1990 added a touch of inspiration to the event. Hearing their success stories and significant impact in their respective fields made the audience proud to be part of the MCU-College of Pharmacy's alumni. This event was a testament to the institution's excellence, showcasing the caliber of graduates it produces.
The discussion of current alumni activities, alumni projects, and future directions of the College of Pharmacy was insightful. It gave the alumni a clear picture of the college's progress and how they can contribute to its success. The passionate participation of the alumni in this discussion showed their commitment to their alma mater and their willingness to support its initiatives.
One of the event's highlights was the recognition of graduates from Batch 1983 and 1993, who had the most significant number of attendees. It demonstrated the alumni's strong bond with their batchmates and eagerness to reconnect with old friends. It was a beautiful celebration of the college and alumni community's past, present, and future.
The presence of the Vice President for Planning and External Affairs, Dr. Renato C. Tanchoco, Jr., Dean of the College of Pharmacy, Dr. Karina Marie Batu-Villena, Associate Dean Mr. Manuel Balmas, faculty members, and staff added a sense of importance to the event. It showed the alumni that their alma mater values and appreciates their support.
Overall, the Grand Alumni Homecoming was a huge success, and everyone who attended felt the joy and excitement of being part of the MCU-College of Pharmacy's alumni community. This event serves as a reminder of the importance of staying connected with one's alma mater and a testament to the quality of education and the caliber of graduates produced by the MCU-College of Pharmacy.