A TURN-OVER OF bicycles to the Silliman University Student Government (SUSG) for their Sikad project was held last Nov. 16 at the Negros Oriental Electric Corporation II (NORECO II).
Semper Lumine E. Gaturian, NORECO II head of directors, said that the partnership of NORECO II and SUSG promotes the clean and healthy environment using the bicycles in the campus.
“We are proud of you, students of the university because you live up to the university’s crusade applying to protect and save Mother Earth,” Gaturian said.
Gaturian added that NORECO II is a strong advocate for environmental protection and has on-going programs.
Micah Jude Sinco, a senior computer engineering student and environment committee chairperson, mentioned that the Sikad project has been in Silliman for a long time.
“When I was in my first year of college, we already had this project. When I was in my second year, the bikes were slowly going away. Like there were guys in the Oriental Hall that would want to rent. So right now in 2016, our new SUSG has decided to revive the Sikad Project,” Sinco said.