The Search for Miss Silka Ormoc 2013 crowned three lovely candidates from Western Leyte College of Ormoc. They are 3rd Runner Up – Miss Cyrille Tonolete from the College of Hotel and Restaurant Management, 2nd Runner Up – Miss Lovelyen Porcare from the College of Information and Communications Technology and Miss Silka Ormoc 2013 – Miss Pauline Cruz from the College of Nursing and Allied Health Science. The said event was held at the WLC Gymnasium last September 20, 2013. Cruz will represent Ormoc City during the national search for Miss Silka 2013 Pageant.
Western Leyte College is currently constructing a P17-M five-storey building to be completed in a year’s time.
Vice president Emmanuel A. Fiel, told the College Torch this has been constructed to house the Administration Office, Information and Communications Technology Department, the Computer Engineering Department, and the envisioned Speech Laboratory. He said the vacated ICT space will be occupied by the College of Law.
Asked as to the source of funding for the constructed building, the vice president aptly said it’s been shelled out from the school’s general fund.
To beef up funds for WLC, the vice president hinted having the ground floor of the building rented to businessmen.
Engr. Manny Fragata of the Gian Carlo Construction Company is presently supervising the construction.
P17-M building construction is underway.
Western Leyte College through the Office of the Students’ Affairs and its National Service Training Program Coordinator Mr. Eli Borinaga held a symposium last June 29, 2012 at the WLC Gym participated by college students of the said school.
The Earthquake Preparedness Seminar and Drill joined the Nationwide School- based Simultaneous Earthquake Drill. There was lecture during the morning and the actual conduct of earthquake drill in the afternoon.
The facilitating team was composed of Henry Fajardo Nicolas as its team leader; Timothey R. Lopez, Florencio C. Ugsimar, Samuel B. Dagal, Richard P. Impas and Andrew H. Catayoc.
The team discussed concerns about earthquake like how and why it occurs, its threats and impacts to the school and students; what to do before, during and after earthquake and conducted earthquake drill to ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff of WLC during and after a damaging earthquake.
A total of 450 NSTP students and three NSTP teachers attended the symposium