Where the heart sings

Cebu is where the heart sings!

This is the brand that stakeholders unveiled for Cebu after six months of consultations directed to make Cebu “stand out from the rest”.

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Roxas meets students in Cebu forum

by Zarah May Arshad, Mega Cebu Intern

Mega Cebu, in partnership with CODE-NGO and the University of San Jose-Recoletos, hosted a forum with presidential candidate Manuel “Mar” Roxas last Nov. 12 at the USJ-R Center for Performing Arts.

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Traffic congestion? No problem.

by Daryl Dizon | STC AB Communication Intern

Would all of the horns blowing and sweat dropping caused by the heat of the busy roads of Cebu make you want to just fly in or scream the congested vehicles away to be at school or at the office in a flash?

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What you should be asking yourself before voting a leader for Cebu?

by Daryl Dizon | STC AB Communication Intern

Banners, freebies with our candidate’s names, road renovations and a much visible participation of your leader – these are just few of the clichés we encounter whenever the elections are coming at vast.

We all hear get to hear that line, “vote wisely.” But really, how do we know if we have been wise or we have chosen the right leader?

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Volunteerism and Mega Cebu

by Daryl Dizon | STC AB Communication Intern

It all takes just one person for the next millions to follow.

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Be A Water Warrior!

by Valentina “Aling” Jakosalem | CIT-U AB Communication Intern

A drop wasted is a life wasted.

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10 Interesting DIY Ideas To Reuse Your Old Stuff

by Kristine Jewel Sotto | STC AB Communication Intern

A trash isn’t always a trash.

Sometimes, a piece of old wood may appear to be like a garbage or of no use.  But instead of unconsciously contributing to the increasing number of garbage by directly throwing it to the trash bins, why not create something useful out of it? You can still probably produce something beautiful!

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The Youth’s Role In Disaster Risk Reduction And Management

With all the natural disasters and calamities struck in Cebu and its neighboring cities and provinces in the past few years — the 7.2 magnitude earthquake in 2013 and Typhoon Haiyan (Bagyong Yolanda) in 2013, to name a few— these left most of the adult frightened while most of the youth traumatized.

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Future engineers, Mega Cebu brainstorm to address Cebu’s infra issues

The 5th year civil engineering students of the University of San Carlos (USC) and University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R) and Mega Cebu have conducted brainstorming sessions to choose project studies that will address the infrastructure problems in local government units from Carcar City to Danao City.

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