Mapúa president Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea and chief finance officer Dr. Ruth C. Francisco led the ribbon-cutting of the inauguration ceremony
Mapúa formally inaugurated the new booth of its student campus radio, Radio Cardinal, last January 20 as part of its Foundation Week’s opening ceremony.
Mapúa president Dr. Reynaldo B. Vea led the inauguration ceremony of the new facility located on the fourth floor of the Administration Building.
Dr. Vea greeting the Mapúa community live on air from the new Radio Cardinal booth.
Radio Cardinal had its first official airing in May 2017. Under the supervision of School of Media Studies dean Benigno Agapito Jr. and Department of Arts and Letters chair Ma. Eliza Torres, the organization aims to continuously hone the creative and communication skills of Mapúans through radio broadcasting. It also promotes a fun and nurturing student-campus culture by having students as radio jocks and featuring live performances of homegrown Mapúa talents.
Mapúa Radio Cardinal airs every Monday, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.