Our Last BIOGYUGAN 2012

Our Last BIOGYUGAN 2012

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BIOGYUGAN is an inter-level variety show competition wherein students showcase their creativity, wits and talents to highlight the annual theme for BioWeek. This year’s theme is “The Apocalypse: Extinction of Species”.

This is the 4th and last time my batch and I would do this, so it’s more than just Biogyugan for us. We were also after the bondings, crammings, and nonstop fun when we are together! ♥ It’s an event we had all been waiting for — to prove that we deserve the title champion!

My role was a Heat Goddess^-^ I had to do my own make-up for this~ :)) It was a day of experimentation for I’m not really that good with very pigmented shades yet, but yea I think it had a good finish. 😀

Here’s my overall look! Heat Goddess enough? XD

Here goes the Seniors’ Performance. 😉

Andrei de Guzman – the man who is being happy and giddy with nature
Andrei dancing w/ the sea creatures and trees of the forest
However, Greed, portrayed by Miguel Jarabelo, blinds all reason. Andrei got blinded by the works of money and personal interest. Greed has convinced Andrei to abuse the resources.
As a result, illegal taking of plants and animals by the poachers were done.
With the introduction of greed and abuse of resources comes the consequences that the face of the Earth had to deal with. The Goddess of Death/Extinction, Juris Fojas, walked in as she welcomed the Six Goddesses who would represent the natural consequences.
Introduction of the Six Goddesses: Poison, Heat, and Storm
I just had to post this picture of me!! I kinda like how “apocalyptic” my stare was LMAO! Mamatay sa tingin ang peg XD
The attack of the Poison Goddesses, Noemi Nuñez and Julia Se.
Plants and animals being killed due to Poison
The attack of Heat Goddesses, Caila de Villa and yours truly Sandra Ganzo
People, plants and animals are all affected by the intense heat.
The attack of Storm Goddesses, Ren de Villa and Joy Taneo, leading to flood.
At the end, Andrei had been caught to face all these consequences.
The performance ended with the Goddess of Extinction breaking the fourth wall, saying “You’re Next”

All year levels performed really well! Every batch had an interpretation to showcase and all had put much effort to deliver well. What is so great about this competition, though, is the fact that we delivered not merely to place in the competition, but to help our fellowmen in our own little way by donating all proceeds of the show to the flood victims after the recent monsoon flooding in the Philippines.

That, I believe, is the best way to end our Bioweek. A Bioweek With A Heart, indeed.

#BatchLove #SeniorMoments ♥

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