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Daily grind

Sem 2

The second semester beckons. I wonder: where did the semestral break go? Sighs First semester came and went oh so quickly. It was both a short and long semester. Short because there were so many holidays and long because there … Continue reading

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Teachers’ Day 2012

It’s that time of the year again when teachers all over the world are given due recognition and appreciation! A Prayer for Teachers Giver of all Wisdom and Greatest of all Teachers, look upon our teachers with love. Grant them … Continue reading

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Cheerleading

There’s a cheerleader in each and everyone of us. After laboring so hard hard for three months, our cheerleading team of the College of Agriculture, performed last Saturday during the opening of the Xavier Games 2012. It is the annual … Continue reading

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Hello, September!

August left me tired and (almost) breathless. So this month I hope that things will slow down and that I will be able to catch up on things: reading, malling, sleeping, etc. I sincerely hope to recover from last month’s … Continue reading

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What a week!

This week is nothing but crazy-busy…again! First I went to Manila last Monday for a workshop but the city was ravaged by rains and floods that the workshop (which was set on Tuesday) was cancelled! Oh it was scary to … Continue reading

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Call Me Maybe – DEVCOM Version

This video was made by students of my department for the General Assembly we had last July 14. Well, we were not the first ones to have done this because so many people have made similar videos with the same … Continue reading

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Retreat

“What am I that you should love me and hold me as your dearest love of all?” This line from a song sets the context of my retreat. Every year, my university, being a Catholic and Jesuit University, requires/invites all … Continue reading

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