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The Enterprise, the official student publication of the School of Business and Accountancy (SBA), spearheaded its second in-person OBRA Arts and Literary Awards last May 31 at Peter G. Nepomuceno (PGN) Function Hall 1 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

Following the theme, “Mirari: Fragments of Broken Promises” the literary competition is composed of five categories, including photography, digital art, poster making, short story, and spoken word poetry. 

In Memorabilia: Mementos of Misty Soul (Photography), Carla Intal won first place, followed by Joey Lexander Castro, securing the runner-up position.

Yya Tricia Castro and Alyzza Tanglao received the first and second placers in Litrato: A Pixelated Panorama (Digital Art), respectively.

Meanwhile, Artificium: The Hues in Blank Canvas (Poster Making) recognized Noel Pantig Jr. as the champion, while Trisha Llanos secured the first runner-up.

For  Historia: Written Tales of a Fractured Soul (Short Story), awarded Bianca Garcia as the champion and Kimberly Joy Santos as the runner-up placer.

Afterward, Nheidine Lee Caliwag spotted the first place in Fractus: Broken Melodies (Spoken Word Poetry), while Raigen Joy Timpug landed on the second.

The event also featured live performances of the spoken word poetry participants. 

SBA organizations, student publications, and some judges were present during the event.

PHOTO SOURCE(s): The Enterprise

LAYOUT ARTIST(s): Gabrielle Salagubang

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