I braved South Korea alone without having second thoughts. I knew I needed this breather after getting bummed up with academics, job, family, relationships, and all in between. My life was made of both sugar and spice but not everything nice. I had all the ups and downs and managed to still get up and … More Things I learned through Seoul Searching and Busan Contemplation
To the faculty members around, students of the College of Communication, and the University Students Alliance which also fights to serve the College, good evening. I am Lara Jeunesse Iran Villaruel of Bachelor in Journalism 3-A running for the position of Chairperson under the mighty banner of Samahan at Ugnayan ng Malalayang Mag-aaral. I am … More COC Grand Rally Speech
Conquering Jakarta in the first quarter of 2014 has never been a dream for me. I never thought that this trip will make my January awesome. Again, I am blessed to have this kind of experience, a once in a lifetime opportunity. I stayed in Jakarta for almost 5 days, and I never failed to … More Indonesia, is that you?
The year of the water snake has been a balanced of luck and despair. Of course, that’s what life is meant to be, to go on. I just would like to share my 2013 experiences hoping to inspire others and to give advices to many. The first quarter of 2013 has been very extravagant … More Year Ender Confession
Christmas is when you give love and not pain to others. It is when you give gifts without expecting something in return. Christmas is when to expect Jesus Christ and not Santa Claus. Christmas is always noted as the best time of the year. Relatives come home from distant places, enjoy the worthwhile occasion with … More December 25th
Complains are inevitable. As long as people see anomalies and transgressions on the Philippine government, they act like lawyers and decide like judges as to what to think and condemn them for. Can anybody stop and look at the other side of it, even just once? There … More The Unavoidables
BANATE, Iloilo- People have been ready for Yolanda (Haiyan) to landfall even a day before. Some evacuated to the prescribed evacuation areas, but many have chosen to stay in their homes thinking that Yolanda would spare their houses. They were wrong. Houses and establishments in Banate have been flown away by the merciless wind … More Fish-like Home