Maybe it’s none of your business

This post, though not dedicated to everybody, serves to make a small but important point regarding a personal issue. I would just like to remind people. What is good to you may not necessarily be good to and for me. A small issue according to you may not be as unimportant to me. Though people are created in the image and likeness of God, people are DIFFERENT from each other, SINNERS of many but different things. CAPABLE OF HURTING and...

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Food is good, but we need skills!

by Ivy Lopez Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. –English Proverb Outreach programs have always been part of our culture in school.  Students and teachers alike occasionally visit the school’s adopted barangays bringing food for the beneficiaries and tokens or gifts to make them smile along with a lively program which includes intermission numbers and games. But what...

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Yolanda paranoia:  When fear of the unknown dulls our senses
Dec29

Yolanda paranoia: When fear of the unknown dulls our senses

by Ivy Lopez While for others, “SELFIE” became 2013’s word of the year, for the Filipino people, it was “Yolanda” which left a trail. The super-typhoon ravaged not just people’s physical property but also hit them mentally and emotionally. It was after the typhoon that people became more fearful that ever of light rains and even typical thunder and lightning would get them panicked as if another typhoon is about to come. They would...

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TP newspaper continues to shine in reg’l journ confab
Nov30

TP newspaper continues to shine in reg’l journ confab

by Ivy Lopez   The Purisimian Publication newspaper ranked 2nd Best News Page, 2nd Best Newspaper Layout and 5th Best Newspaper during the 38th College Press Conference and Awards (COPRE) at the Iloilo Grand Hotel, November 28. COPRE is an annual competition among all college publications in Western Visayas organized by the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) – Region VI. This is the 3rd consecutive year the Newspaper Layout of...

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2 MT studes shine in Nat’l Maritime Week
Sep30

2 MT studes shine in Nat’l Maritime Week

by Ivy Lopez Department of Marine Transportation Pastoral Council President, Arcturus Dordas, and VP Education, Neil Angelo Sean, placed 3rd in the Oratical Contest and made it in the 25 finalists of the Search for the 10 Outstanding Maritime Students of the Year, respectively. The said winnings were in line with the celebration of the 14th National Maritime Week and 18th National Seafarers’ Day, last September 22-29. According to...

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