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About the author: Noel Romero del Prado was a Tulong Dunong scholar from Sto. Niño Elementary School. He is forever grateful to Fr. O’Brien’s help and guidance, and to the Ateneo de Manila University for granting him scholarships in High School(1988), College(1992) and School of Law(1997). 1,963 more words
Necessity, they say, is the mother of all inventions. In a country like Nigeria, where epileptic power supply continues to be a major issue, generators and other… 160 more words
As a fresh (and I mean VERY fresh) graduate, I thought that I had everything figured out. Though the transition from high school to university and from university to life are two very different periods in life, I was starting to see a lot of similarities between this, university graduate me, and high school me, thinking, “Oh yeah, I’m fantastic! 566 more words
Former speaker of the House Dennis Hastert’s name will no longer be on Wheaton College’s Center for Economics, Government and Public Policy.
Officially called the J. 164 more words
So the day has finally arrived, the day that parents and professors alike have been conditioning you for since you learned your multiplication tables. The day that you yearned for while spending sleepless nights buried under a pile of research papers and final exam study guides: the day that you graduate college. 904 more words