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MSU IIT Palakasan 2011 - Streetdance Competition

This year's MSU IIT Palakasan has taken a step further. The said event was opened with  the thumping sounds of the dancers as they take the stage into the streets of MSU IIT. Streetdance has been the one of the highlights and special events. Spectators and students of MSU IIT crowded the sidewalks just to take a peek of the streetdancers in their different fiesta dances.

The first college to showcase their fiesta dance is my college, the College of Business Administration and Accountancy with its Ati-Atihan dance of Kalibo Aklan. I am proudly part of the committee who made the costumes wherein we didn't sleep for a night just to make them.





It was followed by the neighboring school of CBAA, the School of Engineering Technology showcasing Iligan City's Diyandi Festival.




Then, the College of Engineering performed their routine from the famous Panagbenga Festival of Baguio City.





The fourth school to perform is the School of Computer Studies performing the dance from Dalit Festival of Tangub.





Fifth is from the College of Arts and Social Sciences which danced to the beat of the Pintados Festival from Leyte.





Followed by the College of Nursing with their version of the Sinulog Festival of Cebu City.





Second to the last was from the Legendary fusion of the College of Education and Integrated Developmental School which brought the crowd underwater with their performance of Hugyaw sa Kadagatan of Lanao del Norte.




Then, the streetdance competition was closed by the performance of College of Science and Mathematics with their routine from the Masskara Festival of Bacolod City.




The event brought the entire Philippines into one setting -  the MSU IIT grounds. The students and spectators were all hyped up. Which college/school do you think would win? Who will take the lead in the Palakasan 2011? Let's wait and see. Mabuhay MSU IIT!

Photo Credits: Mr. Elmer Go-oc (http://oplok.tk/) and  http://www.facebook.com/ilitech

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