Communication students showcase their talentsCebu Daily News
A talent show for Mass communication students was held in line with ABS-CBN TV Patrol Central Visayas’ 24th anniversary celebration last Aug. 17 at the Atrium of J Centre Mall in Mandaue City.
Together with the Cebu Alliance of Mass Communication Students (CAMS), CAMS Got Talent became an avenue for student communicators to show their prowess and potentials. It is now on its fourth year.
“The purpose of CAMS Got Talent is to showcase the talents of students from member schools. It is to prove that communication students are not only good in written or spoken communication but in performing as well,” said CAMS president Annie Fe Perez.
CAMS member schools are University of the Philippines (UP), Saint Theresa’s College (STC), Cebu Normal University, Southwestern University (SWU), University of the Visayas, University of San Jose – Recoletos, Cebu Institute of Technology-University and Cebu Technological University (CTU).
Instead of the usual presentation of one talent, this year’s CAMS Got Talent showcased three talent categories — singing, dancing and acting.
The event was hosted by CAMS secretary Bea Evardone from STC and two of the K-boyz Daryll Carillo and Joseph Teves.
The winners of the CAMS Got Talent were Clint Niño Lantaco from CTU for the singing category, UP for the dancing category and SWU for the comical skit category. They received a plaque, certificate of recognition and gift packs from Three Sixty Pharmacy.
Perez said CAMS will continue to organize events that would hone the skills of communication students.