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Here’s to students who are #GradWaiting

It is an overwhelming feeling to have people congratulate you and receive messages all boiling to one path: how proud they are of you. I tried to think of my high school graduation and how people did the same. 1,330 more words

College

Gradweyt ng UP Maskom!

Today I’m officially graduating from college! So… what to feel? There’s a whirlwind of emotions–but for now, let me rejoice with the fact that this one’s off the bucket list! 206 more words

Personal

7 sunsets

These are seven of my photos of the sunset in various places this year. I really love to chase sunsets whenever I could because it gives me a feeling of nostalgia and hope. 42 more words

Photography

Kung Bakit Nakahuhumaling ang Waling-Waling

Mga tala para sa dulang “Ang Muling Pamumukadkad ng Vanda sanderiana”:

Madaling namulaklak sa isip ko ang konsepto ng pagsasalin ng dula ni Paul Zindel. 441 more words

Literature

Iskolar-Instagram Users Worth Following

Out of all the millions of Instagram users worldwide, it is hard to gauge who are worth following. Of course, the definition of ‘worth it’ may depend on your interests. 245 more words

Anything Goes

Wait for It

It’s graduation season once again!

Graduation photos have constantly been popping on my Facebook feed these past few months. Wide smiles, made-up faces, happy tears – the symbols of hard-earned triumph after years and years of studying. 262 more words

Essays

A Not So Ordinary Change

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then just feed one.” – Mother Teresa

This is the message that struck Arvin’s heart when he met a female social worker at Tahanan ng Pagmamahal Orphanage in Mandaluyong City during his visit to do a class project. 557 more words

Volunteer