“This year’s Miss Silliman Sapphire had a smooth flow. It was enjoyable. I didn’t even notice that the Pageant took 5 hours and I commend the Miss Silliman Committee for that. Miss Medicine was the obvious crowd favorite but nonetheless, the top 3 really stood out in the battle of Beauty and Brains. Cheers!”
Roberto Gonzales Jr., Bachelor of Mass Communication III
“This year’s Miss Silliman was highly favorable. In as much as minor errors were committed, such as the “Silliman College” faux pas of Derrick Monasterio, it was greatly compensated by the enchanting Miss Silliman Sapphire theme song, the glamorous outfits and answers of the all-equally beautiful, talented, and intelligent candidates, and everybody’s Miss Silliman hangover/craze over Miss Medicine. There is no doubt that Miss Business Administration deserved the crown, having witnessed her journey from the Press Launch down until the Pageant Night as one that favored her most. But to summarize my thoughts on the said pageant, I’d limit it to three things: (1) Hearing Silliman Idol 2016 Christian Futalan singing “Miss Silliman Sapphire;” (2) the fabulous themed wear outfits; and (3) Miss Medicine.
And I hope all the readers agree with me on this. But by the end of the day, what matters most is knowing that we belong to a community that includes men and women who are beautiful inside and out.”
Edcarl Realiza Cagandahan, Jurist Doctor I
“Miss Silliman Sapphire has been a memorable night for all. All of them are considered winners already. But only one has been crowned as the Miss Silliman Sapphire, and I guess Miss CBA deserves it.”
Miles Therese P. Granada, Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy III
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