|“Upside down/Bouncin’ off the
ceiling/Inside out/Stranger to this feeling/Got no
clue/What I should do… ohh/I’ll go crazy if I can’t get
next to you.”
This was part of the lyrics of the tune to which the
group known as XETLOGZ, who really made the crowd go
wild during the 2006 CBE Acquaintance Party held last
August 4, danced along. They put on a hilarious
performance, a kind of presentation that no one expected
XETLOGZ is composed of third year Business Management
(BM) student Chester Jan F. Salido; BM sophomore Carlo
Paulo L. Cruz; Entrepreneurship sophomore Ryan D.
Limboy; and Information Technology (IT) sophomores Allen
Paul B. Delfin, Alvin Anthony R. Vista, John Joseph B.
Villanueva and Karl Geoffrey J. Cabugwang.
As they started to make their way to the dance floor,
the crowd shouted and cheered them. They were dressed in
jackets and short pants for their costume. At the middle
of their performance, they revealed what was under their
jackets and it truly surprised the crowd. It was ladies’
brassieres they were wearing beneath!
With the dancers’ groovy steps and peculiar outfits,
they managed to give the audience a most superb display
of talent and really made the crowd turn “upside down”.
Theirs was one of the productions that certainly
caught the audience’s attention. Other presentations
were performed by the following bands: Sound Connection
of the second year and third year Hotel and Restaurant
Management (HRM) students, Jam Session of the IT
freshmen, Chocolove and the Sushi Band of the HRM
freshmen, and Song Duets of the HRM and Computer Science
Dance numbers were also performed by the nonaligned
Talent’s Guild, selected BM sophomores and the Fuzhu
Group of the third year HRM students.
Aside from the students, the faculty members also
displayed their talents. One of them was Accounting
instructor Oliver C. Fauni, who serenaded everyone, from
his co-teachers to the students, with his soft voice.
The dance floor was then opened for two faculty
members to show everyone what dancing really means.
Physical Education instructors Julius M. Crystal and
Niño C. Melindo had a samba showdown that fired up the
dance floor and, without a doubt, got the crowd’s