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FTS Spotlight: When Arrows Failed to Fly

EDITOR’S NOTE: I first read Ana’s work in this wonderfully written and researched article about the problems plaguing the PBA. Here she is writing about something more personal. 770 more words


Revisiting Father Nick's Cinematic Feasts

This school year when I was preparing my Grade 10 media literacy curriculum, I had this desire in my heart to expand my students’ appreciation of the various films offered by different countries in the world. 821 more words


Use and Purpose

Before I start writing anything, I want to say that DLSU is an amazing institution for scholarly training and academics. I’m a scholar, and I truly appreciate the time I have spent there. 333 more words


Filipino Basketball: Gilas + La Salle VS. Ateneo!

I was lucky enough to be able to attend three HUGE basketball games while we we’re in the Philippines!

The first one was a FIBA Qualifier match between Philippines and Chinese Taipei. 67 more words


Grateful for the experience

Published December 5, 2017, 12:30 AM

By Jerome Lagunzad 546 more words



The #UAAPSeason80Finals has ended and Ateneo De Manila University (ADMU) wins against De La Salle University (DLSU).

The MVP of the match is Thirdy Ravena. The game is trending now. 69 more words

FTS Spotlight: The Green Archers have regained their identity at the right time

EDITORS NOTE: Khyte has written for FTS Spotlight before. He detailed the rise of Baser Amer in last year’s Commissioner’s Cup. He’s a writer for DLSU Sports so his allegiances in the UAAP Finals is no secret. 1,348 more words

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