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Southville Holds Psychology Olympics




The College of Psychology commemorated Psychology Day by having a “Psychology Olympics” held at the Luxembourg Gym recently.

Students and mentors headed by the Dean, Mr. Ruel Cajili, shared together a hearty feast and enjoyed sports festivities with games such as basketball, patintero, sack-race among others.

Done to create a brotherly & sisterly bond among Psychology students, the event also recognized students who made impact in academics, sports, and other fields.

To cap-off the event, students watched a hair-raising film entitled “The Call” which was shown in the campus’ Mini-Theater and was followed by Closing Remarks from Dean Cajili.