WVSU’s Pag-iririmaw: Pure and unadulterated fun
By: Third Celis
FROM the world’s biggest festival, comes the biggest celebration. Once again, West Visayas State University enjoyed one night of pure and unadulterated fun during the university acquaintance party or popularly known as Pag-iririmaw. This year’s theme, “Carnival in West”, brought unrelenting entertainment as they visited the magical place of Brazil. The highly anticipated annual activity kicked off the Street Dance Competition, Float Parade and heightened by the Mass Dance Contest of every department, all of which was witnessed at the WVSU Big Field.
The second part of the affair was held at the WVSU Cultural Center where various performances from Ritmo Tambores, Grupo del Oeste, Tribal Quest, Crept Nusty Crew Iloilo, Festival Queens wowed the audience. The event was not the complete without the usual round of games that perked up everybody’s attention. This year, the university talents showed off their ever-amazing artistic skills through the Pintados Men and the night was capped off with the much-awaited Mr and Ms Pag-iririmaw 2011 produced and organized by University Student Council and Link.exe in cooperation with Alima Artist group, WVSU MIS, and GMA Network Iloilo.
(Photos by: Tajen Sui, Mark Yamada, Margo Sumalacay, Aikee Varona, and Jerc de Josef)