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Mixing romance and creativity this Valentine’s day

By ALISHA DANIELLE M. GREGORIO VALENTINE’S DAY is fast approaching and it is that time of the year again when all the roses and chocolates make their way to center stage. Those who are celebrating Valentine’s Day are usually scrambling to think of last-minute date ideas to do with their …

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Savor authentic Japanese food at Hokusai

By REYANNE LOUISSE AMPONG IT SEEMS that with a limited budget, it is difficult to dine at a restaurant which offers premier Japanese cuisine, but Hokusai surprises Japanese food lovers with their delectable yet affordable menu. Hokusai is often overlooked, with the number of food stalls located at P. Noval …

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CA, Econ to vie for Athena Cup basketball championship

By ALI IAN MARCELINO V. BIONG and CRIS EUGENE T. GIANAN DEFENDING CHAMPION Communication Arts (CA) and Economics will face each other in the Athena Cup basketball finals after overthrowing Behavioral Science (BES) and Philosophy, respectively. CA kept BES at the bay, 71-60, as the team started the game with …

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Uson voluntarily returns gov’t service award

By MARIA EDEN T. DINO PRESIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS Office Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson returned her Thomasian Alumni in Government Service award on Wednesday despite the refusal of UST Alumni Association Inc. (UST-AAI) to revoke it. Uson’s representative returned the award to UST-AAI Chairman Emeritus Robert Sy and Board Adviser Jack Castañeda. …

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DISMISSAL: Of Justice and Love’s Complexities

By KRIZIA MAICA G. MAGBITANG A CLASSROOM has always been a place that embodies a learning environment. It is where students come to study and where teachers come to impart knowledge and teach values. Teatro Tomasino’s twinbill production, Dismissal, alters this view and a classroom is no longer shown as a …

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Historiographika Errata: Ridiculous Memoirs of Absurdism

By ZYMON ARVINDALE  R. DYKEE IT IS the end of the nineteenth century. In the Philippines, a revolution is brewing. Andres Bonifacio and his fellow Katipuneros are plotting to overthrow the Spaniards. Jose Rizal, in his stay in Berlin, is polishing his first novel. War is waged against the colonizers, …

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Karnabal X: The New Frontier of Local Artistry

By REYANNE LOUISSE AMPONG, ALISHA DANIELLE M. GREGORIO, ANGELA M. SE, AND CARLITO P. TOPACIO DEVOID OF the typical bearded ladies and strongmen, Karnabal X features a different kind of freak show questioning the very foundation of modern art and serving as a breeding ground for innovative masterpieces. From Oct. …

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ManilArt 2017: The Forefront of Philippine Culture

By REYANNE LOUISSE AMPONG AND CARLITO TOPACIO THE PHILIPPINES has emerged as a frontrunner of Asian artistry in recent years. Producing a multitude of well-renowned artisans and the most stunning of artworks, one exhibit dares to contain this eclectic melting pot of aesthetics and culture that this fair nation has …

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