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“Pero sa ngayon, eh kinakaya parin. Pero sa gaano katagal? Ha, sa totoo lang, di ko rin alam.” (one of DLSU HTG’s lines in their DuLa Salle 2k14 promotional video) August 16, 2014 – I was very fortunate to witness DLSU … Continue reading
Last August 15, Friday, I was lucky to have attended a lecture on the “Philosophy In Animal Advocacies” at Teresa Yuchengco Auditorium that featured three of De La Salle University-Manila’s very own, exploring different philosophical wonders in animal advocacies.
One word: lost. Last week, we finished watching a mind-boggling film by out-of-his-mind director Christopher Nolan. Basically, Memento revolves around Leonard Shelby who suffers a condition where building and grasping onto new memories is nearly impossible. The last thing he … Continue reading
Last July 24, I was lucky to have attended one of Dr. Thomas Pegelow Kaplan’s lecture for our INTFILO alternative class. The discourse Dr. Kaplan, a fellow from Davidson College, shared with Lasallians was entitled, “’We Must Name Genocide Genocide’: … Continue reading
There was none. A void of empty space, darkness and nonexistence. Until, a being came into existence out of the clashing darkness. Imagine the very fabric of anonymity opposing each other against a battle no one will win. He was … Continue reading