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- BACHELOR OF SCIENCE CRIMINOLOGY
- ABIADA, ROGER B.
- LARDAZIBAL, ARJAY R.
- PAMAT, JENALYN M.
- ACHAZO, JEIRONEL C.
- LEGASPI, JOEL M.
- PETALCO, JED C.
- BORRES, RICHARD R.
- MASICLAT, MARLON V.
- POSADAS, JOSE I F.
- CALVAS, JOHN IVAN O.
- MAYAGMA, NELSON S.
- RETRETA, ARNOLD T.
- CORANEZ, JASON B.
- MIER, SHIELA MARIE V.
- REYES, RAMROLD P.
- DELA FUENTE, PAUL JoOHN H. MONTALBAN, SEVERIANO III L. SISTOSO, DARWIN L. DE LEON, Allan V. OCCIDA, JED ALVIN A. TAPANAN, MARCO T. GUANZON, Cristina A. ORALLO, SHANE S. ZACARIAS, RUBEN III P. ISRAEL, Christopher P. OTUCAN, BRIAN P.
- LET PASSERS - April 2011
- BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SECONDARY EDUCATION (BSED)
- BERNALES, Cesar E.
- CANCINO, Pepo E.
- COLICO, Jane Katrina B.
- FERNANDEZ, Jameson M.
- GONZALES, Guia Kristina Q
- MALANDOG, Steve B.
- NEPOMUCENO, Juan III T.
- SNATIAGO, Richard O.
- BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (BSEED)
About 30 meters away from the tree was an ancient well (source of water) known as "Talon" where the people in the barrio and in some adjoining areas, including the Katipuneros, fetched their crystal clear water.
The original members of the Board of trustees were Mamerto S. Miranda, Judge Manases G. Reyes, Jose B. Onate, Antonio de las Alas, Jr. and Ligaya M. Miranda. A mezzanine and a roof deck were constructed to provide better facilities to its increasing and steadily growing student population.
Today only the scar of that well could be traced. There is another source of water (spring) between the hill and the duhat tree called "Pantuja" where reportedly ball of gold rolling like fire could be seen sometimes at night time.
The duhat tree was also used as medical headquarters and resting place of the Katipuneros. Those who were sick and those who were wounded were treated under the shade of this ancient tree. Even Melchora Aquino popularly known as "Tandang Sora" was here to treat the wounded.
On several occasions, the place was visited by Andres Bonifacio, the Supremo of the Katipunan. This was according to the late Bernabe Serrano, popularly known as "Kabesang Abeng," who was a Katipunero himself and the former owner of the property where the duhat tree now stands.
The duhat tree is still living. The relics of the past could be seen on the trunk and branches of the tree where big holes, scratches and scars could be seen but the tree still fights for its survival. The duhat tree, with its main trunk measuring 149 inches in circumference, with wide branches and large leaves, bearing juicy fruits, is the silent witness of a part of Philippine history that every Filipino could never forget-that is, the fight for freedom of the Katipuneros over the Spaniards.
Some superstitious people believed that supernatural beings lived in the duhat tree because of the many persons that have died in the vicinity during the revolution.
Now the property where the duhat tree stands is allotted to be the site of the future Metro Manila University, and the duhat tree serves as its natural marker.