This is the school where I graduated both my undergraduate and graduate degree. This is also the place where I work for five years before I migrated here in the States. Divine Word College of Legazpi is just one of the many schools that is being run/manage by SVD (Societas Virbi Divini) priests or Society of Divine Word. It's a Catholic school and a private one, I was able to attend this school because I got lucky to be admitted in their student assistance scholarship. Part of our tuition fee is free (21 units) and we have to pay for our miscellaneous fees.
But anyhow, when I visited it after several years of being away, the school looked different because it was newly painted. As a catholic school, every student is required to take 6 Theology subjects. The thing that I will never forget about Theology class is the way one of my professor abbreviate's Christ, Christian, or Christmas. He always wrote Xt for Christ, X-tian for Christian, and X-mas for Christmas. For me it was ok then because I can write it quickly when taking down notes but for some, they find it wrong to use X in exchange of Chri. What do you think? Do you write X-mas instead of writing Christmas?