Student of CLSU designs Miss Cameroon’s national costume for Miss Universe

A student from Central Luzon State University (CLSU) designed the national costume of Miss Cameroon for the 69th Miss Universe pageant.

Gasper is a third-year student from CLSU and taking up Bachelor of Science in Fashion and Textile Technology, major in Fashion Designing.

“We are happy to announce that our 3rd year student of BSFTT-FD has given a big role as national costume designer to one of the candidates of MISS UNIVERSE 2021,” CLSU said in a post.

“At the age of 20, he has proven himself as an outstanding student and fashion designer. He has given extra effort in his studies whilst grabbing sidelines in making costumes, gowns, and participating contests. Truly a CLSU PRIDE!” it added.

Gasper also posted a screenshot of Kossinda’s Instagram Story showing Miss Cameroon and several of his designs for the Miss Universe candidate.

The 69th Miss Universe pageant will be held on May 16 at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

would be represented by Rabiya Mateo from Iloilo.

Also read: Gazini Ganados shares her advice to Rabiya Mateo

Mental services offered to those suffering from anxiety amid pandemic

The NCMH offers mental health services where they themselves patients,  whether they are health workers, COVID-19 patients, and overseas Filipino workers even affected by the pandemic.

This is to give them psychological first to fight the sadness, stress, and anxiety they are experiencing.

“Number 1, active listening. Pag may kinausap kami, nakikinig ka, ‘yan ang basic skill na kailangan mo. Di ka dapat mas madaldal kaysa kliyente. Sa pakikipag-usap mo, malalaman mo ‘yung needs niya. You’re there to listen and mabigyan sya ng encouragement at enlightenment to seek further help kung kailangan,” said Aragmosa.

For those who want to seek psychological first aid, just contact the mental health crisis hotline at the following:

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