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Joel Chavez: From a Single Color into an Artist’s Palette

Every artist was once a tiny dot in a gray scale world, a dreamer aspiring to have his artworks displayed in an exhibit. By venturing out from the four monochromatic corners that keep them and wandering for more vivid shades, these tiny dots become vibrant colors that make the world a little less black and white; more radiant and warm. 1,159 more words


dear diary,

today was..I don’t know. it’s bad. but the end of it not that much. it’s so hard to pretend that you’re okay, that you’re having fun with the people around you. 274 more words


Cheap labor? No, call it “competence and more”

Why PUP grads are employers’ top pick?

Jumbled reactions arise after Jobstreet.com release the results of their Fresh Graduates Survey saying the state-run university raised five notches to top this year’s survey. 613 more words

Veronica Joy Polidario

Mythology, love and dirty secrets abound Sining Lahi Polyrepertory's ANG UNANG ASWANG

One night in a desert where the moon is in full, a new born baby swallows the heart of a banana tree. Time passes and the baby grows up with the help of a dog, a cat and a wild boar who stands as her mother. 305 more words


Me After College

On my description I wrote, “I still haven’t quite figured out my life after college.” What I really mean is I really don’t know if I can pursue my dreams. 288 more words

Unheard Thoughts

[20151125] Seven is a crowd

Hey guys,

This is Kenneth.

Did I filter the photo too much? lol 

Since today is Wednesday, it’s Law on Business Organization day. Obviously, not everybody likes the subject, but then again, since our professor is quite good in teaching and explaining things, the feeling of boredom gets little. 323 more words