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Winston Magazine (July-October 2017)


Over the summer, our Editor in Chief, Art Director, and I continued to finalize layouts and features for our final magazine issue, Sunny Side Up. 167 more words


CAS Bayanihan Experience (May 2017)

Video articulating the entire experience and the LOs met by our project seen here:

We did much more than we expected to do, painting 6 instead of 2 classrooms during our first two days. 134 more words


CAS Week Fundraising at the April Fete (April 2017)

At the April Fete, my CAS groupmates and I decided to sell slime. Although we sold all our products, our profit was relatively low due to the small stock that was made. 40 more words


We Can if We Do

How much money will it take for someone to initiate “bayanihan”? Will we need a Hercules to save us from the impending doom of disasters? There may be a lot of articles fantasizing the baby in the backpack – the famous minority of the Typhoon Haiyan, but they never match the horror that emerged from the converged dangers of a hazard and stupidity of those affected. 454 more words



Events in a persons life has and will always be important and celebrating it amidst any status should be more or less valued. But the question is what if I can’t afford to celebrate it? 541 more words


#1 Ordinary people

Here’s what happens when the vehicle you are riding gets a flat tire, around midday, in the middle of the busy Coastal road:

It started when something smelled like burnt rubber. 500 more words

Why I Love The Philippines

A problem of community

​People are noticing and commenting — from the Public Attorney’s Office in media statements to a broadcast journalist who interviewed me during the wake for Carl Angelo Arnaiz in Filipino: “Have you noticed that both Kian delos Santos and Carl Arnaiz’s mothers were OFWs (overseas Filipino workers)?

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