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Organizati-on/off

The Atenean org culture is present everywhere from the dancing mobs of OrSem to the flood of social media blasts on Sunday nights and the buzz of tambay week activities in the SEC foyers. The Loyola Schools is a mélange of 53 accredited...

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Review: Vince & Kath & James

Few things are as satisfying as a good love story, and if there’s anything Filipino cinema has mastered over the decades, it’s telling them. There’s certainly a lot of dreck—the byproducts of an industry that often sacrifices quality and...

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Review: Seklusyon

In the modern world, wannabe priests must undergo a simple and organized process through the seminary if they wish to be ordained.  Contrary to the way priesthood is viewed today, Erik Matti’s Seklusyon presents the audience with a very different...

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Gold: A review of Oro

Provincial politics in the Philippines is usually depicted only on late-night news programs, but in Oro, Alvin Yapan takes a political massacre and turns it into a beautiful, striking film. Oro makes use of a thrilling plot based on this real-life...

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Review: Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 2

Someone crying under the rain, a person chasing after their vehicle-bound significant other, and a couple kissing with the sunset as their backdrop—any of these scenes sound familiar? People who’ve watched Philippine romantic-comedy movies which...

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Essential Christmas Movies

When you start seeing twinkling lights as you drive down the streets of your neighborhood or when you hear someone singing “Jingle Bell Rock” with utmost enthusiasm, it can only mean one thing: It’s Christmas time! There really is no season...

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Local lands, foreign eyes

It’s a Monday morning and you get up after a weekend spent in your bed. You reach for your phone and a quick look at your Facebook feed shows your foreign exchange classmates camping on a mountain, tanning on a beach, or eating some obscure...

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