By Rea Maureen Name
The great thing about the Mass Comm Fair is the fact that we do not have classes and we can enter the school premises wearing jeans and our org shirts. I arrived early so I went to the
, saw some of my block mates, and eat with them at the AB canteen. Freedom Park
Later on, when Kiko arrived we proceeded to the auditorium to watch and support our block mate, Carla, at Mass Comm Idol. After long hours of waiting the program finally started. First, they showed slides of the accomplished events done by the officers of Mass Comm Society, and then they immediately introduced the 12 contestants. Carla was fourth to perform, and she sang really smooth and clear. Her voice was so angelic. Her song piece was I Love You So. We made banners and tarps out of my notebook’s leaves and permanent marker saying “GO PUSH”, “GO CARLA” and stuffs. Out of 12 contestants, they choose the final two. Luckily, I mean, obviously Carla got the slot together with a 4th year student.
Karla sang the same song piece smoothly, but her competitor sang Listen and made the crowd go wild. After they perform, dance competition began. Other year was not that impressive unlike the sophomores and the seniors. They first announced the winner for the dance competition. Luckily, sophomores got the first place but the senior grabbed the grand winner title. The announcement for the winner of the Mass Idol came, Carla was sure that her competitor will be the winner, but when the judge talked it seems to be favorable to Carla but we are wrong the senior student won.
After that the group 1:43 performed, my former schoolmate Yuki was part of the group. Cath and I were screaming “YUKI!” because it was just the two of us who can recognize him but after my block mates saw him they also started screaming his name.
Over all it was a nice and successful event, tiring but happy.