Rising from the grueling screening process and claiming the coveted title for the third consecutive year for PSU-Bayambang Campus was Reymark M. Galsim, a fourth-year Bachelor of Science in Business Administration student. In his message, Galsim shared his journey in reaching his dreams with all the hard truths and debacles of life he braved upon fulfilling his studies.
Upang simulan ang unang hakbang sa pagabot ng aking pangarap, ako ay nag-aral mabuti. Naranasan kong madapa, ngunit sa kabila nito, ako ay nanatiling matatag, hindi ako sumuko at hindi ako nagpatalo,β he said.
Galsim, a breadwinner, urged his fellow students to endure and learn from the challenges they face, βSa bawat pagsubok na dumarating sa ating buhay, kapulutan po natin ito ng aral, at ang bawat karanasan na idudulot nito ay magpapalawig sa ating kaalaman upang matuklasan natin ang tunay na mithiin at layunin natin sa buhay.β
In a deeply felt parting shot, Galsim offered his victory the other awardees and students who brawl on their uphill battles and reminded them to cling to their goals and believe in the power of their dreams.
He also expressed boundless gratitude to everyone who lent a hand and stood behind his back throughoutβhis family, confidants, teachers, and campus community.
The roster of equally commendable students across the nine (9) campuses constituted: Rosemarie c. Caranay (Alaminos City Campus), Christine Joy D. Carrera (Binmaley Campus), Je-Ann Z. De Vera (Lingayen Campus), Roel G. Agonias (Sta. Maria Campus), Bill Kimpert Pacleb (Urdaneta Campus), and awarded βNatatanging Mag-aaralβ Ronald Macaraeg (San Carlos City Campus) and Melissa C. Castillo (Asingan Campus). Serving a paramount purpose, the βPinakanatatanging Mag-aaralβ personifies the Golden Lion Spirit of determination and courage despite all odds and uncertainties and stands as a symbol of inspiration to the PSUnian community.