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The Year in a Nutshell

BRIMMING WITH one plot twist after another, this year might simply go down in history as one that left people “shookt.” Now that 2016 is coming to its final tick on the clock, the Flame offers a rundown of some of the noteworthy events that made 2016 a year to …

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K-Ribbon Selection: A Splash of the Korean Wave

WITH THE turn of the tides, Hallyu (Korean Wave) has crashed into the hearts of Filipinos, becoming one of the latest trends in music, clothing, food, cosmetics, and products. To further strengthen the relationship of the Philippines and Korea, the K-Ribbon Selection served as a gateway to familiarize Filipinos with the …

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Takipsilim: A Night of Immense Emotions

WHEN THE lights dimmed, the enlivened audience filling the seats of Beato Angelico Auditorium immediately stopped chatting as they shifted their attention to the stage, ready for an emotional night of spoken word poetry. UST Mediartrix, in partnership with Words Anonymous, held Takipsilim: A Night of Spoken Word Poetry last …

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ARTLET BITES: Treat Your Instagram Feed

FEEL AT home with nature, awaken your inner kid, try a Maginhawa St. classic, and visit a gorgeous wafflerie. Keep your Instagram aesthetic alive with these photogenic and satisfying cafe finds. HILLSIDE CAFÉ AND JUICE BAR 57 Mother Ignacia Ave, Diliman, Quezon City Reunite with the soothing aura of nature in …

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Prepping for Prelims

WITH THE exam season just a week away, students are once again buried neck-deep in long quizzes, requirements, and last minute catch ups in readings. It is time to set aside those Netflix series and hit the books. So here are a couple of tips to help you transform the …

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An Echo from the Past: the Remains of Martial Law

ON SEPT. 21, 1972, then president Ferdinand Marcos signed Proclamation No. 1081 and rendered the state under armed control. This declaration resulted to around 107,240 human rights violations, which left a horrendous mark on the nation. Stories of the horrors of the period are retold every year. But millennials—who were too …

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Artlet Bites: A Nearby Fix to Sugary Cravings

LOOK NO further, fellow sweet tooth! These nearby cafés offer a delightful assortment perfect for your appetite. Share summer stories, and relish wonderful memories with friends over scrumptious desserts, light snacks and appetizing drinks. Café Churro Open from 10am to 10pm at Antonio St Satiate your churro cravings inside the cozy …

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An Artlet’s Guide to Beginning a New Semester

THE NEXT academic year is fast approaching, but not everyone is ready to let go of satisfying afternoon naps and lazy days at the beach just yet. Beginning a semester is always a tough task, so here are a few tips to help you slowly ease into a new chapter …

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Cubao Expo: A Rendezvous for the Past and Present

CUBAO EXPO is a treasure trove teeming with countless vintage and novelty finds. It is a haven for marvelous selections of footwear, books and accessories, and remarkable displays of vinyl records, skateboards, and other similar gems. Adventure begins as one steps into its U-shaped path lined with unique establishments. 1. …

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A Spotlight for the Deserving

ASPIRING ARTISTS are often told that they must attend art school and spend their family’s fortune in order to be successful in the art world. But the brains behind Transwing Art Gallery believe otherwise; young artists can be the next Leonardo Da Vinci or Vincent Van Gogh regardless of whether they …

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