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Faces

Archie Resos

“Ilang years na po kayong nagtuturo po dito sa AB?” “I have been teaching here in AB for approximately 20 years now.” “Bukod po sa natuturo niyo sa classroom, ano po ‘yung lesson na gusto niyo pong tumatak talaga sa students ninyo?” “[S]ana mag-push through lang sila sa pangarap nila. …

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Emer Gonzales

“Gaano katagal na po kayong nagtuturo?” “I think [it has been] 26 years.” “What makes you stay in the profession?” “It’s human engineering, actually. Siguro, kung ang mga konsepto ay parang hollowblocks, you really are helping, especially nagla-layer ka ng foundations and I see it as crucial for nation building. …

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Chrisma Bangaoil

“[Since what year pa] po kayo nagtuturo?” “Since 1993.”  “Anong fulfillment po ‘yung narereceive mo [from teaching]?” “Fulfillment is when I see what we call in the corporate world the ‘aha moments.’ Aha moment is when you’re able to help them understand something. [I] see that I’m directly helping them …

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Ryoma

“Ngayon ba nafi-feel mo na ‘yung ber months na ‘vibe,’ ‘yung parang festive na kasi magpapasko na?” “Hindi ko pa masyadong nararamdaman ‘yung ‘ber months kasi masyado kaming focused sa thesis. You know, fourth year life, so medyo dini-desregard pa namin ‘yung thoughts about Christmas kasi kailangan namin mag-focus sa …

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Ernest

“Ano ‘yung pinaka nilo-look forward mo ngayong UAAP season na ‘to? “Siguro lahat naman ng players, ang gusto [‘yung] mag-champion. Pero somehow, ‘yung paglalaro lang mismo sa UAAP para sa UST is something na goal na siya sa buhay. Like ako, pangarap ko lang dati to [noong] Grade 2 pa …

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Joanna Estorque: Working Beyond Self-Limitations

By CRISTINA ELOISA A. BACLIG “YOU DON’T have to limit yourself.” This is what Joanna Estorque, a proud student assistant at UST, firmly believes as she strives to do more things beneficial not only to her, but to other people. Despite the demanding subjects and deadlines in her hectic life as …

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Baby Ruth Villarama: Portraying Reality in the Silver Screen

“A WINDOW to the world.” This is how documentary filmmaker Baby Ruth Villarama describes the television features that took up her Saturday afternoons as a child; she was always anticipating the day’s National Geographic Society special. She never truly understood why she was drawn to those 30-minute features. Maybe it was …

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Faces of Dapitan (02/13/2017)

“What makes you stay in a relationship?” Bandy: “Siyempre, sa first few months tsaka sa first year siguro kilig pa ‘yun eh. Siguro ‘yun ‘yung initial pero pag tumatagal kayo, parang tropa na lang kami na—hindi naman kami masyadong cheesy pero lagi kaming nag-uusap, lagi kaming nagpupuyat, [at] lagi kaming …

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Kristelle Batchelor: Finding her Home-court Advantage

SEVEN THOUSAND thirty-five miles. Kristelle Batchelor walked into the La PanotiQ bakery cafe, welcomed by its gray walls, tiled floors and front glass windows. She put on her black apron and greeted each customer with a smile. She was 7,035 miles away from her home and her true love. Her …

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Faces of Dapitan (10/23/2016)

“Was there a time when you felt anxious or depressed?” “Always.” “What triggers your thoughts?” “College. I didn’t like my course, I never wanted to be in this course.” “Did you take any action to change your course?” “I tried talking to my parents if pwede, pero ayaw talaga nila.” …

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