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These students of Centro Escolar University (CEU) Malolos remake their thirty three year old 1990 graduation photo during the 45th Founding Anniversary of the premier private tertiary institution on Friday held at its Centrodome in City of Malolos.

From left, Joey B. Borja from Calumpit was more than 20 years program consultant of a TV network in Myanmar. He was also a school principal at an International School in Myanmar and served as a study guide of children of high ranking officials of the said country. He was a broadcasting graduate.

Beside him is Regina “Oya” Sulit-Lain who since then was based in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia. She went back there after graduation and continue to stay today as a successful wife, a businesswoman and president of Lion’s Club of Kota Kinabalu. She was an AB Journalism graduate. She temporarily stayed with her aunt in Mojon in City of Malolos during her college days.

Third is Jovita “Beng” Obusan-Mateo, originally from Barangay Atlag, also in City of Malolos and Guam, USA. She went home to the country past mid of 1980 to take up journalism in CEU Malolos. Beng is one of the top mass communication students of Batch 1990. After graduation, she want back to Guam and has moved to Hawaii during the past several years togather with her husband and two lovely daughters and has been staying there until today as a teacher.

Bernadette Ople, on the right, a tourism graduate is making a world record as she still traverses the skies today as a successful flight attendant. She also hails from City of Malolos.

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