LEO ANGELO Doble of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery and Margaret Therese Colosso of the College of Architecture won the Mr. and Ms. Thomasian Personality at the University Grandstand last Feb. 15. The Student Organizations’ Coordinating Council (SOCC) organized the event.

Colosso was an early favorite and bested the other contestants in theme wear, sports wear, casual wear, and formal wear. She was also named model discovery of the year. Duke Samson of the Conservatory of Music was named male model discovery.

Colosso attributed her victory to the relatives and friends who never failed to support her. “Everybody helped. They lent me their shoes. I got a beautiful dress,’” she said.

Doble became a contender when he won best in theme wear, in formal wear, and in uniform, the latter with Ms. Medicine Ebba Marie Manlangit. The Medicine duo won the People’s Choice Award.

Doble, on the other hand, did not expect to win the crown. “I really have no idea what made it or broke it,” he said.

Brian Vincent Perlas of the College of Pharmacy and Manlangit placed first runners-up. Next in rank were Carlos San Luis of the College of Education and Patricia Mae Aliling of the College of Engineering.

Mr. and Ms. Congeniality were Manlangit and John Paul Marquez of the College of Nursing. Mr. and Ms. Informatics were Perlas and Abigail Therese Roque of Pharmacy.

Janice Hung of the College of Commerce and Kenneth Brito of the Faculty of Rehabilitation Science won best in talent. Aliling was recognized for best essay.


Mr. and Ms. Colorpoint Classic were Perlas and Aliling. Mr. and Ms. Photogenic Samson and Grazielle Milo of the College of Nursing. Maria Pacita C. Joson


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