FEU suspends classes ahead of UAAP finals clash vs UST | Inquirer Sports

FEU suspends classes ahead of UAAP finals clash vs UST

/ 07:21 AM November 25, 2015

UST Tigers vs FEU Tamaraws. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

Far Eastern University has suspended its Wednesday classes to allow students to give their full support to the Tamaraws who will be competing in the UAAP men’s basketball best-of-three finals.

In a statement posted on the school’s official Facebook account, FEU president Michael M. Alba said that classes in its Manila and Makati campuses are suspended from 12 noon onwards to allow the students and employees to troop to Mall of Asia Arena.


“I call on the FEU community to go all out in support of our team. Our boys have brought pride and glory to the Tamaraw nation; it is now our turn to show them how much they are loved and held in high esteem wherever a Tamaraw heart beats,” Alba also said.

READ: UST Tigers, FEU Tamaraws battle for UAAP title after 36 years


FEU takes on University of Santo Tomas starting Wednesday for the men’s basketball crown which has eluded the Tamaraws for the past decade.

The UST office of the Secretary-General, meanwhile, in a Facebook post has called on Thomasians to wear their best attire in yellow featuring tiger prints “as an expression of full support” for the Growling Tigers.

READ: UST dethrones NU, returns to UAAP Finals

The Tigers, who finished no. 1 in the eliminations season,  have the Tamaraws’ number entering the finals  after swept their two meeting this season.

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