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The Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers University of the Philippines Student Unit (PSME-UPSU) is a duly recognized University and Department based organization for and by UP Mechanical Engineering students.

Our mission is to promote academic excellence, develop harmonious relationships with other organizations and student units, serve fellow students and the community as a whole, and develop the members’ talents and potentials for the better understanding of their field and its relation to actual situations.
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History

The Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers University of the Philippines Student Unit (PSME UPSU) was founded in 1992 as the Samahang Inhinyero Mekanikal (SIM), a department-based academic organization focused on building and growing a nationwide network of Mechanical Engineering students, with the University as its central node. The profound idea of forming the said organization first surfaced the minds of several Mechanical Engineering students while inside the old Melchor Hall library; this idea was eventually fulfilled as the students started formulating plans and forming bonds with one another. Without an official tambayan to call home, SIM occasionally occupied the Narra Residence Hall as a base of operations.

A year later, SIM became affiliated with the Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME), the only state-recognized association for the profession. SIM was renamed Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers - University of the Philippines Student Unit to reflect this newfound alliance.

Today, through the efforts of past members and alumni, PSME-UPSU lives its mandate of fostering nationwide fellowship among mechanical engineering students. Since 2006, it has continually been able to pull off a chain of successful events that cater to both college and high school students throughout the country. Recently, the organization joined the elite club of engineering organizations that have the capacity to hold events with participants numbering in the thousands. On top of these successes, the organization continues to march on to bigger and better things. With hopes of carrying on the legacy that started decades ago, it will keep on striving with its motto:


Move Now. Move Fast.
Keep PSME in Motion.

Executive Committee

AY 2014-2015

President: Gerald Jan Lumba
VP for Internal Affairs: Richard Lorenz Carpio
VP for External Affairs: Daryl Yvan Caramancion
Secretary: Katrina Lumapas
Treasurer: Mark Arjay Bajo
Auditor: Rene Mark Steven Masias
Publicity Head: Gem Nikki Carpio
Academics Head: Joseph Gregorio
Membership Head: Majah Monique dela Cruz
Executive Counselor: Renee Lyn Reyes
Adviser: Engr. Ralph Jose

AY 2013-2014

President: Renee Lyn Reyes
VP for Internal Affairs: Rose Ann Samera
VP for External Affairs: Jan Daryl Cielo
Secretary: Harrier Senen
Treasurer: Carlo Angelo De Asis
Auditor: Eloisa May Garcia
Publicity Head: Jose Roberto Roque
Academics Head: Alexander Maramara
Membership Head: Patrick Renton
Executive Counselor: Miguel Sandino Aljibe
Adviser: Engr. Ralph Jose

AY 2012-2013

President: Juan Gabriel Gamboa
VP for Internal Affairs: Ryan Caleja Pascual
VP for External Affairs: Raymund Astillero
Secretary: Renee Lyn Reyes
Treasurer: Gilbert Alvin Andres
Auditor: Marie Grace Abing
Publicity Head: Miguel Sandino Aljibe
Academics Head: Rolando Menor Jr.
Membership Head: Eloisa May Garcia
Executive Counselor: Roderaid Ibañez
Adviser: Engr. Paul Rodgers

AY 2011-2012

President: Jupet Faller Komatsuzaki
VP for Internal Affairs: Philip John Bell Miguel
VP for External Affairs: Roderaid Ibañez
Secretary: Jamie Seguin
Treasurer: Juan Gabriel Gamboa
Auditor: John Michael Diaz
PRO: Mark Francis Cheung
Academics Head: Romnick Gaspar
Membership Head: Jan Lynn Sy
Executive Counselors: Jose Leandro Alinea & Aldwin Ibe
Adviser: Engr. Paul Rodgers


AY 2010-2011

President: Aldwin Ibe
VP for Internal Affairs: Jupet Faller Komatsuzaki
VP for External Affairs: Jose Leandro Alinea / Roderaid Ibañez
Secretary: Rainier Sam Mateo
Treasurer: Ian Mark Marcos
Auditor: Reimand Jay Roxas
PRO: Allan Gregorio Usita
Academics Head: Ericson Julio
Membership Head: Rachelle Villaluna / Kenneth Junio
Executive Counselors: Rommel Sherwin Copuyoc & Catherine Kaye Teberio
Adviser: Engr. Paul Rodgers

AY 2009-2010

President: Bryan Allain Mendoza
VP for Internal Affairs: Melvin Glenn Pamintuan
VP for External Affairs: Catherine Kaye Teberio / Philipe Raniel Ramo
Secretary: Verna Liza Peralta
Treasurer: Rainier Sam Mateo
Auditor: Marc Brian Bertulfo
PRO: Rommel Sherwin Copuyoc
Academics Head: Cielito Matienzo
Membership Head: Gemmanny Gonzales
Executive Counselors: Odai Falah George Younan & Jorge Arbie Garcia
Advisers: Engr. Pacino Puno & Engr. Arthur Gonzales III

AY 2008-2009

President: Jorge Arbie Garcia
VP for Internal Affairs: Eduard Gregor Bondoc
VP for External Affairs:Odai Falah George Younan
Secretary: Michelle Binuya
Treasurer: Norman Cualteros
Auditor: Vien Pineda
PRO:Norgene Ramos
Academics Head: Bryan Allain Mendoza
Membership Head: Reynaldo Jacinto
Executive Counselor: Rheymar Barroga
Advisers: Engr. Pacino Puno & Engr. Arthur Gonzales III


AY 2007-2008

President: Rheymar Barroga
VP for Internal Affairs: Harvey Lucy / Odai Falah George Younan
VP for External Affairs:Alexander Hamilton Atienza
Secretary: Leah Hannah Paulino
Treasurer: Ghoent Rodriguez
Auditor: Norman Cualteros
PRO: Eleccer Jaudal
Academics Head: Jayson Aquino
Membership Head: Odai Falah George Younan
Executive Counselors: Ronald Montales & Jan Ralph Ebora
Adviser: Engr. Pacino Puno


AY 2006-2007

President: Jan Ralph M. Ebora
VP for Internal Affairs: Ronald Montales
VP for External Affairs: Ian Jeremy Yap
Secretary: Kathleen Grishilde Ong Tan
Treasurer: Sophia Auditor
PRO: Ernest Albert Diaz
Academics Head: Pacino Puno
Membership Head: Ronald Montales
Adviser: Engr. Paul Rodgers

PSME MONTH 2011

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PSME Month 2011

Themed Fifth Gear: Approaching Top Speed, Pursuing Greater Mileage, September 2011 marked the yearly celebration of PSME Month. Now on its 5th year of fruition, PSME UPSU looks stronger than ever to commit to its vision of harmony in the field of Mechanical Engineering in the country.

Spearheading the events is the BrainMEsh High: Inter-High School Math & Physics Quiz Show followed in back to back fashion by PSME Month’s premier events ME Students’ Convergence: Seminars, Career and Company Talks and BrainMEsh: Inter-University National ME Quiz Show. Daylong merriment succeeded these exciting events with PSME Cup: Inter-University Sports Festival.

Culminating the month-long festivities was the PSME Ball 2011: Grand Alumni Homecoming & Culmination Night where members of the organization took time to relax and immerse in their success as well as get to know the alumni of the organization and further strengthen the ties that bind the organization as a whole.

The events were held on the following dates:

September 3, 2011 :
BrainMEsh High: Inter-High School Math & Physics Quiz Show

September 9, 2011:
BrainMEsh: Inter-University National ME Quiz Show (Preliminaries)
ME Students’ Convergence: Seminars, Career and Company Talk

September 10, 2011:
BrainMEsh: Inter-University National ME Quiz Show (Semi-Finals and Finals)

September 24, 2011:
PSME Cup: Inter-University Sports Festival

October 1, 2011:
PSME Ball 2011: Grand Alumni Homecoming & Culmination Night

BRAINMESH INTER-HIGH 2011

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PSME-UPSU kicked off the month long celebration of PSME Month with its youngest event, BrainMEsh High: Inter-High School Math & Physics Quiz Show. Needless to say, the event pits varying schools and their respective teams against each other, every student displaying his/her potential in the field of Math and Physics.

There were three (3) rounds in the event held at the P&G Room of Melchor Hall, University of the Philippines, Diliman. The first round was the Preliminary Round where students were to answer individually written examinations prepared beforehand. The top 10 teams that amassed the highest scores gained entry to the Semi-Final Round. Students finally work as a team in this round, answering questions in increasing levels of difficulty in an effort to make it to the Final round.

The Final Round has a similar feel to the Wildcard Round, albeit with exciting difference. Questions were given randomly (only the number of the item is flashed), with no regard to its difficulty (as opposed to the wildcard format) so the students really had to be prepared for whatever the question may be. An added bonus to the round though is that the team who answered the question correctly gets to pick the number for the next question.

The event was participated by 12 schools and 19 teams. Chiang Kai Shek Team 1 won 3rd place, Philippine Science High School Team 1 for 2nd place and Manila Science High School Team 2 for 1st place. Kenneth Co from Philippine Science High School gained the top score in the Mathematics Preliminary Round and Ramon Marquez, also from Philippine Science High School , was the top scorer of the Science Preliminary Round.

The event was highly deemed a success. In addition to testing out the mettle of high school students, one of its aims was to be able to promote the field and industry of mechanical engineering to them and show how attractive a career in the field is.

BRAINMESH INTER-UNIVERSITY 2011

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BrainMEsh: Inter-University National Mechanical Engineering Quiz Show promotes critical thinking, team work and sportsmanship among others. It also serves as an evaluation of how deep the participants’ knowledge with their chosen field, Mechanical Engineering.

This year BrainMEsh has been bigger and tougher. 53 teams from 20 different schools battle it out to become the new BrainMEsh Inter-University Champion.

The competition is composed of three (3) rounds, the Preliminary phase, the Semi-Final phase and the Final phase. The Preliminary round is composed of a written exam answered individually. The top ten teams that amassed the highest scores from their respective members advance to the semi-final phase. From there, they start working with their teams through three rounds of varying difficulty. The top five teams enter the Final phase.

The Final phase had a similar format to the how the final round of BrainMEsh High. Teams have no idea how difficult the question would be, and the team that got the point in the previous question gets to pick the number of the next one. Questions ranged from anything related to the field of Mechanical Engineering from HVAC to Mechanisms, the students really had to dig deep in their vast knowledge of the field.

The ten teams that advanced to the Semi-Finals were as follows: Batangas State University Team 2, University of Batangas Team 1, Sorsogon State College Team 1, Bicol University Team 1, Camarines Norte State College Team 1, Technological University of the Philippines-Manila Team 1, Southern Luzon State University Team 2, Adamson University Team 1, University of the East-Manila Team 2, Bulacan State University Team 1.

Adamson University Team 1 took the Third Place and University of the East- Manila Team 2 took the Second Place. The new BrainMEsh Inter-University Champion is Bicol University Team 1.

The competition proved once more that Mechanical Engineering in the Philippines is highly competent and worthy of recognition. The students themselves are a testament to what the industry can achieve in the country.

ME STUDENTS' CONVERGENCE 2011

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ME Students’ Convergence is a one-day program that involved Seminars, Career and Company Talks that elaborate on the different fields of Mechanical Engineering. It was held on September 9, 2011 at the UP Film Institute. This activity brought together Mechanical Engineering majors nationwide to help them develop a clear vision of the path they will take as future Mechanical Engineers of our country.

Twenty four schools from different regions of the Philippines attended the program. The participating schools were Adamson University, Batangas State University, Bicol University, Bulcan State University, Camarines Norte State College, Central Colleges of the Philippines, Mapua Institute of Technology, New Era University, Pamantasan ng Lungosd ng Manila, TUP Manila, Romblon Stae University, Sorsogan State College, Southern Luzon State University, St. Peter‘s College Iligan, TIP Manila, TIP QC, TUP Manila, TUP Taguig, UE Caloocan, UE Manila, University of Batangas, University of Rizal System, UST and University of Perpetual Help System Las Piñas.

This year, PSME-UPSU invited several speakers and companies to share their insight with the students regarding the field and its current stand in society. Speakers for the lecture sessions came from a group of professional Mechanical Engineers of PSME – QC and/or professors from the Mechanical Engineering Department of UP Diliman. In addition, different companies came to advertise, as well as conducted talks that will deal with the importance and responsibilities of Mechanical Engineers in the operation and progress of their industries.

The distinguished guest speakers were PSME National President Engr. Liberato Virata, Engr. Michael Butch Dizon, Engr. Edwin Delgado and a Mechanical Engineer DOST representative. The companies involved were Prime Review Center, Fluor, Carrier-Concepcion, Thermal Solutions Inc. and Petron.

The ME Students’ Convergence proved to be an avenue for students where they can be properly informed of what to expect with their chosen field. With more and more students being out of place of their chosen careers, this event helped aspiring Mechanical Engineers be furthered empowered with their dream.


PSME CUP 2011

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PSME Cup is a sports festival handled by PSME-UPSU for Mechanical Engineers nationwide. It is one of the events of PSME Month and this event shows that Mechanical Engineering students are not only good in academics but also in sports. They are not only competitive in mental challenges but also in physical challenges. With a day ahead boasting of numerous games and accolades to be won, different teams went all out in this fun filled event.

There are five sporting events held throughout the day: Basketball, Volleyball, Chess, Badminton and Table Tennis. Eight schools participated in the tourney namely, Bulacan State University, Central Colleges of the Philippines, De La Salle University Manila, New Era University, Polytechnic University of the Philippines Manila, Technological Institute of the Philippines Manila, University of the East Caloocan and University of the East Manila.

In the Basketball Division, PUP-Manila took home the First Place title. BulSU was in second , TIP-Manila in the third spot. Jayson Alvarez from PUP-Manila was hailed as the MVP of the Basketball Division.

PUP-Manila was also unstoppable in the Volleyball Division, as they also took home the First Place title for Volleyball. UE-Caloocan came in second while CCP came in third.

The PUP-Manila Badminton Team gained another First Place win for their school. BulSU and NEU were not able to reach the top spot but they came in Second and Third Place.

PUP-Manila’s winning streak was not over as their Chess Master took the First Place in the Chess Division. Chess Master from BulSU came in second and Chess Master from UE-Manila came in third.

BulSU was able to grab the First Place spot in the Table Tennis Division. UE-Manila took the second place and DLSU took third place.

Polytechnic University of the Philippines Manila also won the best AVP Award. It was no surprise that PUP-Manila was the new Overall PSME Cup Champions and deemed worthy to bring home the coveted PSME Perpetual Cup. They must prepare to defend the PSME Perpetual Cup from new challengers next year.

PSME BALL 2011: ALUMNI HOMECOMING AND CULMINATION NIGHT

The PSME Ball served as the culminating night of all that transpired in the past month. With PSME Month brimming with success, everyone was in a festive mood for the event.

The event was held at OneCafe, 6th Floor One Corporate Center, Ortigas Center, Pasig.

The night was opened with a speech, about life of a Third Year Student, from PSME-UPSU member Miguel Aljibe. The smell of delicious food filled the room as Miguel was finishing his speech. After a couple of introductions from hosts Jamie Seguin and Rommel Copuyoc the feast started. The members, applicants and alumni enjoyed a wonderful meal.

Intermission numbers were presented by the PSME-UPSU applicants after the wonderful meal. The applicants danced, sang and acted enthusiastically. The members also prepared intermission numbers that showcased their talents. The members, alumni and even the staff of OneCafe enjoyed the lively performances.

The intermission numbers were followed by a speech from PSME-UPSU President Jupet Komatsuzaki. Afterwards, an awarding of all sorts, conferred to members, alumni and applicants who have shown outstanding performance all throughout PSME Month. The PSME Month Heads John Michael Diaz and Roderaid Ibañez formally thanked all the people that were involved in making PSME Month 2011 a huge success.

This was immediately followed by the photo shoot where different batches of the organization took the stage to have their photos taken.

The night was closed formally by the hosts but only ended after much dancing and singing as well as taking pictures at the photo wall as everyone was just so happy at the eventual outcome of all that has happened.

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PSME MONTH 2010

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PSME Month 2010

Themed Overdrive: Fueled with Passion, Burning with Pride, September 2010 marked the yearly celebration of PSME Month. Now on its 4th year of fruition, PSME UPSU looks stronger than ever to commit to its vision of harmony in the field of Mechanical Engineering in the country.

Spearheading the events is the first installment of BrainMEsh High: Inter-highschool Math & Physics Quiz Show followed in back to back fashion by PSME Month’s premier events ME Students’ Convergence: Seminars, Career and Company Talk and BrainMEsh: Intercollegiate National ME Quiz Show. Daylong merriment succeeded these exciting events a week after with PSME Cup: Intercollegiate Sports Festival.

Culminating the month-long festivities was the PSME Ball: PSME-UPSU Alumni Homecoming & Fellowship Night where members of the organization took time to relax and immerse in their success as well as get to know the alumni of the organization and further strengthen the ties that bind the organization as a whole.

The events were held on the following dates:

September 11, 2010 :
BrainMEsh High: Inter-highschool Math & Physics Quiz Show

September 17, 2010:
ME Students’ Convergence: Seminars, Career and Company Talk (Day 1)
BrainMEsh: Intercollegiate National ME Quiz Show (Preliminaries)

September 18, 2010:
ME Students’ Convergence: Seminars, Career and Company Talk (Day 2)
BrainMEsh: Intercollegiate National ME Quiz Show (Semi-Finals and Finals)

September 25, 2010:
PSME Cup: Intercollegiate Sports Festival

September 26, 2010:
PSME Ball: PSME-UPSU Alumni Homecoming & Fellowship Night

BRAINMESH INTER-HIGH 2010

PSME-UPSU kicked off the month long celebration of PSME Month with its newest event, BrainMEsh High: Inter-high school Math & Physics Quiz Show. Needless to say, the event pits varying schools and their respective teams against each other, every student displaying his/her potential in the field of Math and Physics.

There were three (3) rounds in the event held at the P&G Room of Melchor Hall, University of the Philippines, Diliman. The first round was the Preliminary Round where students were to answer individually written examinations prepared beforehand. The top 5 teams that amassed the highest scores automatically gained entry to the Final Round. The other teams that didn’t make it entered the Wildcard Round. This round determines the next 5 teams who will join the teams who’ve already made it to the finals. Students finally work as a team in this round, answering questions in increasing levels of difficulty in an effort to make it to the next round.

The Final Round has a similar feel to the Wildcard Round, albeit with exciting difference. Questions were given randomly (only the number of the item is flashed), with no regard to its difficulty (as opposed to the wildcard format) so the students really had to be prepared for whatever the question may be. An added bonus to the round though is that the team who answered the question correctly gets to pick the number for the next question.

The event was participated by at least 10 schools and 20 teams. Chiang Kai Shek Team 1 won 3rd place, Chiang Kai Shek team 2 for 2nd place and Philippine Science Team 1 for 1st place. Amiel Sy bagged the individual accolade of being the highest scorer in the Mathematics portion of the written exam in the preliminaries.

The event was highly deemed a success. In addition to testing out the mettle of high school students, one of its aims was to be able to promote the field and industry of mechanical engineering to them and show how attractive a career in the field is.

BRAINMESH INTER-UNIVERSITY 2010

BrainMEsh 2010

Perhaps the most awaited event in PSME Month, BrainMEsh Inter-U drew over 18 schools and managed to produce an eye popping 35 teams, a new record for the event now on its 4th year.

The competition is composed of three (3) rounds, the preliminary phase, the semi-final phase and the final phase. The preliminary round is composed of a written exam answered individually. The top ten teams that amassed the highest scores from their respective members advance to the semi-final phase. From there, they start working with their teams through three rounds of varying difficulty (easy, average and difficult). The top five (5) teams after the round goes to the finals.

The final phase had a similar format to the how the final round of BrainMEsh High.Teams have no idea how difficult the question would be, and the team that got the point in the previous question gets to pick the number of the next one. Questions ranged from anything related to the field of mechanical engineering from HVAC to mechanisms, the students really had to dig deep in their vast knowledge of the field.

The ten teams that advanced to the semi-finals were as follows: Bataan Peninsula State University (2 teams), Bicol University or BU, Batangas State University (2 teams) or BSU, Adamson University, University of Santo Tomas (2 Teams), UE Manila and TUP Manila. After the semis, the top five teams that made it were BPSU (2 teams), BU and BSU. Eventually BPSU dominated the event, its teams clinching 1st and 3rd place. Bicol University came in 2nd.

The competition drew to a close with the heads of the event giving out a closing remark. The competition proved once more that Mechanical Engineering in the Philippines is highly competent and worthy of recognition. The students themselves are a testament to what the industry can achieve in the country.

ME STUDENTS' CONVERGENCE 2010

ME Students' Convergence 2010

One of the flagship events, ME Students’ Convergence is a seminar series conducted by different speakers which are the best of their fields in the mechanical engineering industry.

This year, PSME-UPSU invited several speakers to share their insight with the students regarding the field and its current stand in society. One company also gave a talk to give the students the opportunity to know more about the company and how it can be beneficial to them.

Opening up on the first day at the Engineering Theater of Melchor Hall was Engr. Jaime T. Lopez. He talked about the role of ME in manufacturing. He was immediately followed by Engr. Chona Evangelista (foundations of competent ME) and CHIYODA Phil Corp. comapny talk.

The following day, the event shifted to PH 400 of Palma Hall, UP Diliman. The first speaker was Engr. Mario G. Montejo. He talked about the roles of mechanical engineers in nation building and its importance. He was followed by Mr. Pablo Yambot who stressed the need for critical skills in ME like effective project managing skills.

The event was concluded by closing remarks from Rolando Menor, the event co-head. It was a well received event, dignified with much praise from well over 300 attendees.

The Convergence proved to be an avenue for students where they can be properly informed of what to expect with their chosen field. With more and more students being out of place of their chosen careers, this event helped aspiring mechanical engineers be furthered empowered with their dream.

PSME CUP 2010

PSME Cup 2010

The PSME Cup showed that mechanical engineers do not completely immerse themselves in studying, but they also have the ability to have fun and show their athleticism. And that’s exactly what they did in the sports festival. With a day ahead boasting of numerous games and accolades to be won, different teams went all out in this fun filled event.

There six sporting events held throughout the day: Basketball, Volleyball, Chess, Badminton, Table Tennis and Tug of War. Six schools participated in the tourney namely, University of the East, University of Santo Tomas, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, New Era University, Adamson University and University of the Philippines.

Basketball was filled with action the whole day, after 3 games of intense brawling in the elimination rounds, three teams advanced: UST, UE, and AdU. AdU looked poised to win the championship after winning all of its games against UST and PUP. But UST rallied for a comeback, defeating PUP twice to get into the finals and eventually defeating AdU with a come from behind win.

Badminton was a display of finesse from the different teams. Virtually no game had a clear winner from the start as all teams were very prepared come game time. The audiences were in the edge of their seats every moment of the game cheering for their school representatives. UST, PUP, and UE won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd respectively.

Excitement just as much filled volleyball and the other sports as well. Volleyball was full of drama as UE battled against injuries and almost losing its key players en route to winning the championship. PUP came in second and UST at third. On the other end, a duel of minds unfolded as chess players try to outmaneuver each other in the widely popular game. UE displayed a dominating performance to clinch first place while PUP and NEU grabbed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Table tennis was full of cheers as a high speed performance took place. After a bunch of sets and rallies, UST once again claimed first place while NEU and PUP followed with 2nd and 3rd respectively. Tug of War was all about physicality late in the afternoon. UE bullied their way to first place. PUP rammed into second place and AdU gained respectable third.

Soon, the event had to close out. The scores were tallied and PUP came in 3rd, UE at 2nd, and UST, last year’s Over-all champion, retained the crown.

PSME BALL 2010: ALUMNI HOMECOMING AND CULMINATION NIGHT

The PSME Ball served as the culminating night of all that transpired in the past month. With PSME Month brimming with success, everyone was in a festive mood for the event.

The night was opened with a doxology from a PSME-UPSU member Philip Miguel to the accompaniment of a violin. It was followed by a speech from one of the founders of the PSME-UPSU, Engr. Rommel Benig. He narrated how PSME-UPSU had started out and how it has written its history up to the present. It was received with much praise and appreciation from the members, applicants, and fellow alumni.

Two other PSME-UPSU alumni, Ace Puno and Ralph Ebora took the stage to narrate how they revived the organization after its dormant years. It was a very light-hearted talk as Sir Ace and Sir Ralph decided to be a little comical about it. Needless to say, the event went far more enjoyable listening to the two joking around and sharing their time when they were still members of the organization.

This was followed by an awarding of all sorts, conferred to members, alumni and applicants who have shown outstanding performance all throughout PSME month. This was immediately followed by the photo shoot where different batches of the organization took the stage to have their photos taken.

Soon, the officers of the PSME-UPSU were also formally inducted into service by Engr. Rheymar Barroga, taking their oath in front of all that was present. It was met with applause from the audience who have truly witnessed the ability of the officers beforehand.

Intermission numbers were cued in all through out the night. Members, alumni, and applicants took turns taking the stage and showing their talent in music. The applicants, in particular, not only had a song number but also wowed the crowd with a dance number, received with much clapping and cheering.

The night was eventually closed formally by the hosts but only ended after much dancing and singing as well as taking pictures at the photo wall as everyone was just so happy at the eventual outcome of all that has happened.

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