The Student of Life: Michelle Clemente

We go up on well-decorated stages with medals on our necks and certificates in our hands, we walk around with the ability to rationalize, and we continuously stand alone in this world without any fears, without any doubts, and without any separation from rose-colored glasses. The aforementioned statements may seem good and natural for a society that continuously thrives and moves about, but if we … Continue reading The Student of Life: Michelle Clemente

When Age and Business Clash: Nicole Panaligan

When we think about the future, we often think about flying cars, digital food, and jet-powered shoes, but have we ever considered the future as our own? A loot, perhaps.  Something that would make us go deranged while in the process of contemplating or absolutely awestruck when the sudden conglomeration of what could possibly be occurs. It might too early but it’s never too late. With the … Continue reading When Age and Business Clash: Nicole Panaligan

Application for DLSU Vaugirard Scholarship Program Opens

Application for De la Salle University (DLSU) Vaurigar Scholarship Program, which aims to give scholarship grant to 50 public high school graduates, is now open. Apart from that, DLSU also waives the application fee of public high school students who are taking the DLSU College Entrance Test (DLSUCET). Interested seniors may visit  http://bit.ly/Vaugirard2014 for more information.   Continue reading Application for DLSU Vaugirard Scholarship Program Opens