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Good Game, DLSU

Good game, DLSU. You deserve this one. When Jeron Teng started the game strong and took matters into his own hands in the first quarter, I was telling myself, “Yes you are playing well now but you will fade in the fourth quarter.” In the second quarter, it was Kiefer Ravena’s turn to sizzle but we were still behind at the half. 345 more words




In Ateneo, all students are encouraged by the professors to live the MAGIS life. That is to say ‘do more than what is expected from them, not only for themselves but also for the greater glory of God. 597 more words


KK Reading Series presents Edgar Calabia Samar and Allan Derain

Kritika Kultura, the international refereed journal of language, literary, and cultural studies of the Department of English, Ateneo de Manila University, in cooperation with the Rizal Library, will be hosting a reading and lecture by novelists Dr. 359 more words


Maybe The Best Ateneo Come-From-Behind Victory Ever

Ok so it’s the first round of the UAAP and Ateneo may have come from even bigger margins before, but for its game against University of the East, Ateneo was playing with a smaller lineup against a team team that had two athletic African imports and an inspired All-Star guard. 459 more words


Grateful Hearts, Greater Love! A thanksgiving concert for the 200th year of Jesuit restoration

Today for me was a day of taking a break from the nasty mess of university Senior life, although I really shouldn’t be doing that with all the requirements piling up. 139 more words

Church Of The Gesu

Ateneo Entablado opens twinbill production on Aug. 5

Ateneo ENterteynment para sa TAo, Bayan, LAnsangan, at DiyOs (ENTABLADO) stages another twinbill production entitled “APIR, DISAPIR!” Directed by Vix La Victoria and Third Villarey, the production title portrays a word play for oppression (pang-aapi) which can be seen from the contrast of each play’s theme. 154 more words


Ateneo students to receive cease-and-desist order for IPR violations

In the wake of the controversy surrounding a case of Bulacan State University students plagiarizing the works of several Ateneo students and the calls for stricter protection of intellectual property, the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) has decided to start cracking down on cases of piracy and plagiarism committed by students, and on the school administrations that allow them to happen within their walls. 391 more words

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