Blending Music and Coffee to Improve Schoolwork

by Gian Macatangay One of the little wonders you’ll experience in life is listening to the blissfully relaxing tunes of your shuffled chill playlist while sipping a cup of warm coffee late in the evening. It is an extraordinary feeling as you take a break from the world. Just relaxing and vibing - as you... Continue Reading →

My Experience of Mounting a Film Festival During a Pandemic

By Jaime Guimbao Last trimester, I enlisted in FILM 10 - Sining Sine, which is one of the concentration courses of the Associate in Arts (AA) program of the University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU).  Browsing through the course guide, I was thrilled and became more curious upon learning that the subject was not... Continue Reading →

The UPOU Oblation

Oblation or popularly known as “Oble” is an iconic symbol of the University of the Philippines (UP). The original sculpture is a masterpiece by National Artist Guillermo Tolentino, which depicts a man facing upward with arms outstretched, symbolizing selfless offering of oneself to the country. Every UP Campus across the country has an oblation statue... Continue Reading →

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