After watching the Documentary, the idea of a societal divide because of religion deeply bothered me. A person should be given the respect he or she deserves regardless of his or her religion. Being a semi-religious person who studied in a Catholic school run by Jesuits, I have been taught that every human being is … Continue reading War Is A Tender Thing
I, a person who is not a fan of the Hunger Games Saga, both the book and the movie franchise, actually found the movies (so far) quite enthralling. With their symbolisms, intense action scenes, light comedy, and of course, Jennifer Lawrence, these movies definitely deserve the attention they has received. From the usage of technology … Continue reading Our Society vs. The Hunger Games
Masdan natin ang ating kapaligiran. Ano ang ating nakikita? Mga bagong restaurant, mall, at condo? Habang sa kabilang dako nama'y mga "squatter's area", maruruming kalye, at iba pang nakabibigong pampublikong kagamitan? Umuunlad nga ang Pilipinas, ngunit ang tamang bahagi nga ba ang umaasenso? Sa mga natutunan ko sa aking mga klase sa UPSE, nakabubuti nga … Continue reading Bumaba Ka Sa Bundok, At Ika’y Makibahagi.
Throughout this course, numerous individuals have showcased their accomplishments in their respective lives. From established non- profit organizations, notable government/corporate positions, and successful philanthropic projects, the achievements of our past speakers are truly remarkable. As a relatively new University of the Philippines School of Economics student, I sat through each session with one recurring question … Continue reading What do I want?