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TLC in Manila Bulletin

TLC_MB.jpgNational daily Manila Bulletin featured The Lewis College on the front of their Schools, Colleges and Universities Bulletin section (E1), To see the online version of this article, click here (this opens a new window/tab).

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WELCOME TO SY 2011-2012

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With excitement in the air, The Lewis College opened its gates to incoming freshmen, transferees and old students last June 6, 2011 to herald the opening of School Year 2011-2012.  Dr. Rose Anonat, Officer-in-Charge, led the welcoming of students and their parents.  She also introduced The Lewis College faculty and staff for the benefit of the new students. It was also officially announced that the Deparment of Education's K+12 curriculum will be implemented in the Basic of Education Department starting this school year.  One of the highlights was the introduction of Japanese instructors and partners Mr. and Mrs. Hideyo and Marietta Sato who will be teaching Nihonggo to high school and college students.  After the program, everyone went to their respective classes and rooms filled with great hope that this will be a blessed year at The Lewis College.

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Fil-Am family supports TLC students
Sorsogon City, Philippines Niles and Meleneus Perlas, a Filipino couple residing in New York, USA recently donated $5,000 for The Lewis College (TLC) in their desire to support the needy but deserving students in Sorsogon. Half of this amount was donated by KDP Foundation, a foundation set up by Mr. and Mrs. Perlas named after their daughter Kristine Perlas.
 
This scholarship from KDP Foundation is for students who are poor but have exemplary performance in studies and passed the screening of the TLC Executive Committee. The other half will be for an evergreen loan fund, the Niles and Meleneus Loan Fund which will be made available to qualified TLC graduates who lack funds for processing their papers but are already scheduled to work abroad.
 
CRNA Niles Perlas is the Chairman of Filipino American Medical Inc. (FAMI), a non-profit corporation founded in 1999 by Mr. and Mrs. Perlas and friends in New York city. FAMI brings American and Filipino-American physicians and other medical professionals to the Philippines to serve the poor. She also worked as an Anesthetist for the Hospital for Special Surgery for 20 years and retired this April. Her husband, Meleneus Perlas, is Vice President of a Real Estate Investment Company and project manager in Jeffries Morris. Together with her husband, Mrs. Perlas has donated in numerous projects in her province of Nueva Ecija and other missions to help the poor in the Philippines. Their family’s charitable work is clearly seen in their medical missions at www.ifami.org. As Mrs. Perlas mentioned, “It is our pleasure to serve the needy.”
 
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CRNA Niles Perlas receiving an award at Malacanang Palace. 
 
Canadian philanthropists grant donation for Loan Fund and Scholarship
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Mr. Rod and Mrs. Delana Sword
 
 
In the spirit of philanthropy embodied by Reginald and Loida Nicolas-Lewis, another Lewis family member recently granted a $5,000-dollar Evergreen Loan Fund for The Lewis College teachers with the purpose of later on, accumulating interest which will provide scholarships to deserving college students.
 
Mr. Gavin Sword, husband of our founder’s daughter Ms. Leslie Lewis-Sword, decided to set-up the “Delana and Rod Sword Loan Fund” in honor of his parents from Nanaimo, British Columbia.
 

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TLC teams clinch top spots in APC 2011

TeamTLC and CtrlPanel (two teams of The Lewis College) placed 2nd and 4th in Ateneo ProgrammingChallenge (APC) 2011 - a Bicol Wide Computer Programming Competition held on March 11, 2011 at Ateneo De Naga University. The defending champion TeamTLC, solved 4 problems but landed only second place due to time penalties (difference of 16 minutes).  

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Gil Jamisola Jr.-BSIT 3

Jimros Geruela - BSIT 2

Christian Ocleana-BSIT 3

Aimee De Ocampo-BSIT 3

Ezra Mendoza - BSIT 3

Donnie Haveria - BSIT 3

Coach - Dean Michael Angelo D. Brogada, MIT

 

The Lewis College still dominates being the only school in Category B of the competition that has two in teams in Top 5 Winners out of 16 teams. Indeed, a remarkable performance!

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