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SUPERIO, Grazielle Mae Jadormio – I won a math debate!
LI, Ryle Siegfrid Ong – nuclear protein shuttle
STA. ANA, Joan Camille Calma – More! More!
VICENTE, Blessie Paldas – green tea with rocksalt and cheese
ALEGA, Jeff James Paragas – Kamusta na you?
CHAN, Victoria Elena Bomban – chigger
FONTANILLA, Alyssa Malapit – chaz michael michaels

Liaisons
TAMAYO, Steffanie Charlyne Alisan - fishy
VILLANUEVA, Maria Lea Joson – princess
AQUINO, Karmina Arida – don’t forget to remember me
VARGAS, Ana Patricia Collantes – Captain Backfire
GAWTEE, Adrienne Venish Cuerdo – Rosinha

Membership Committee
ALVAREZ, Pixie Dale Sandiko – moondust
CALAGUAS, Meryl Joy Cantiller – orangeimememu
LANTING, Argel Joseph Samson – Asiong Salonga
RAMOS, Lianne Marie Reyes – Chos!
ROSALES, Priscilla Mae Concepcion - megalermaniac
SARMIENTO, Ana Margarita Agramon – hu u po?

Academics Committee
IMPERIAL, Ria Edeliza Santiago - mwahmwahtsuptsup
LAVILLA, Orlie John Yap – I hope this give you hell!
MANALANG, Enrique Aglibut – frozen servant
NARTATEZ, Katrina Therese Alcantara – cornetto disc
ORTIZ, Ysabel Regina Hebron – green eggs and ham
PEREZ, Jean Glorisse Quimbo – Kevin
ROBLES, Joyce Ann Hernandez - daydreamer
SY, Kevin John Daguio - sherlock
TAN, Daniel Isagan – hoochie coochie
VEGA, Pia Angelica Guinto – watermelon float

Socio-Cultural Committee
AGBON, R-jay Falalimpa – adenosine triphosphate
ASUNCION, Xavier Eugenio Azores - onchorynchus
DUMALE, Veyellah Bellingan - #angelitobatangmasarap
DY, Jon Stewart Hao - TW
FERNANDO, Rafael Luis Rodolfo Villareal - sawaddi
GREY, Gayle Krystle Adao – machechenes ako mamaya
LAS, Julia Camille Villanueva – ophiutrix
REYES, Nicole Andrea Romero – vanilla ice cream
SIEGA, Marlon Landeta - random
TEVES, Jennifer Anne Cayon – ginger spice

Secretarial Committee
ALMAZAN, Christian Joe Ramos
MARIŇO,…...

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