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Tuesday {04-14-15}

Yesterday my friend texted me and told me that Kiefer is going to be in Angono today and I was like “Omg, please come with me :( You’re my friend, right?” Hahahahaha and she told me that she’ll try because 8am is too early. 604 more words

Eight counts

That sums up one of the most raved-about commencement speeches in local history to date. The reason for its success? What we have been told all along: good storytelling. 473 more words

Current Events


Makeup by Noeh
Hair by Reymark Montinola
GOWN: Maizy Colleen
PHOTOGRAPHER: Brian Dexter M. Medija

This year’s prom is probably the busiest and biggest by far. 266 more words

The Good Friday homily that melted my heart

Below is the homily that Fr. Arnel Aquino, S.J. gave today at the Gesu for Good Friday.

I didn’t get to hear this in person. I only stumbled on this when my friend, Harvey Parafina, posted pictures of the sheets of paper it was printed on. 1,110 more words

The Magic Lost While Growing Up

*Emo post. It’s kinda late already so bear with me.

Ever since I moved away from my family to pursue my degree in Ateneo de Manila University, I have only stayed in my hometown during the holidays. 457 more words

Zero To Hero

Bike Ride to Ateneo: Blessed Now and Then

Last week, I had the chance to visit my alma mater because of a planned bike ride with my closest friends. It was nostalgic and a lot of good memories were remembered. 484 more words


The Koreanist who is also a Southeast Asianist: On being a paper presenter at the Bridges to Southeast Asia Workshop in Ateneo de Manila University

Being called a Southeast Asianist at the workshop called “Bridges to Southeast Asia: Perspectives from the Ateneo” sent music to my ears. Although I studied Korean Studies and identify as a Koreanist, being a Southeast Asian person who is concerned about Southeast Asian issues makes me interested in Southeast Asia, as well. 289 more words