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Noble acts of students, employee recognized by HAU

Two accounts of nobility and kind acts were recently recognized by Holy Angel University in the persons of Aldwin Roslin, Adrian Yuzon, and Jan Mikole David, students of the College of Information and Communications Technology (CICT) and Jennell Lee, Human Resources Staff.


Roslin and Yuzon, both senior students of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree with Major in Animation, were attendees of the recently concluded Google I/O Innovation Conference held at the PGN Auditorium last July 13, 2018. This conference was attended by invited students and educators from across Pampanga. During the conference, Yuzon found a wallet containing a half-inch thick of P500.00 bills with IDs where Roslin, described by peers as a ‘shy guy’ pushed Yuzon to return the found item to the owner. Later on, they surrendered the item to CICT Dean Francisco Napalit and had the name of the owner announced to the attendees. One of the delegates of the conference, a student visitor was very happy and thankful for what they did as he said "it's very rare nowadays to find people who are still doing noble acts."


David, a CICT freshman and a Student Assistant assigned at the Wellness Center, was on the other hand recognized for assisting an employee who fell ill and vomited on the floor of the Gym. Aside from assisting the employee, he also cleaned the puke on the floor. Lee, who was also in the same area assisted by calling for aid and helped also in cleaning the puke. Some colleagues of the employee from the Senior High School department looked after him until the nurse and security guards came to bring him to the Medical Clinic.


In appreciation of the HAU's School of Character distinction granted by US-based Character.org, the University takes pride in its people's actions that make this distinction valuable and true.


Date Posted: 07-21-2018