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I used to have a classmate back in college in 1990 who graduated from Cebu State College of Science and Technology (CSCST). When I asked what school he graduated from he replied, “CSAT”.
Although CSCST was its acronym at the time, it’s prior acronym was CSAT which means Cebu School of Arts and Trade. Most likely students then called it CSAT because it’s easier to remember and pronounced.
Presently, its name is Cebu Technological University through Republic Act 9744 under president Arroyo. CTU is a government-owned institution, just like UP.
Cebu Technological University tidbit facts:
1. Founded in 1911.
2. Became CTU in November, 10 2009
3. Converted CSAT into Cebu State College of Science and Technology (CSCST) on June 10, 1983
Physical or postal address:
R. Palma St., Cebu City
I went to a friend’s house located in Capitol Site to borrow a camera lens.
Going to Capitol Site, one has to take OPRRA bound jeepney, or simply when you see a number 15 , that’s going to OPRRA.
The crossing, the Villalon street sign. The steel fence is part of Cebu Provincial Capitol premises.
OPRRA bound jeepney. For easy spotting just remember the number 15 painted on all sides of the vehicles.
Environmental inspired mural on the perimeter walls of Cebu Provincial Capitol.
The curve part going to OPRRA.
This is the area where my lives. This was taken in the morning. The photos below was taken in the afternoon after spending hours at my friend’s house.
This is Our Lady of Fatima chapel.
Further into the inner parts of Capitol Site.
This jeepney is going to the Jones Avenue or Carbon market.
These kids asked me to take photos of them.
Arbee’s bakeshop. They have good tasting breads.
The Capitol Site barangay (village) hall.
I found old photos of Cebu Capitol Building i took last year of December 2008.