The High School Extra-Curricular Activities (ECA) Fair at Xavier School just concluded last Friday, 17 June 2016. In the two-day full-house event, almost the entire high school student population flocked to the Multi-Purpose Center to sign up for clubs and … Continued
While silence is deafening, signs of the times call on people, especially teachers and educators, to speak up. It’s been some time since I last wrote an article on this blog. Swamped would be an understatement. Thus, I thought that … Continued
Today, February 8, we celebrate the start of the Year of the Fire Monkey. As one of the spirit animals in the Chinese zodiac, the monkey is easily one of the most celebrated animals in Chinese culture. In classic Chinese … Continued
Today, 2 February 2016, marks 40 days after Christmas. Called Candlemas in Catholicism, it is more importantly also the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. In Eastern Orthodox tradition, it is one of the 12 major feasts. Scripture recounts this … Continued
The following chart portraying the Philippine Corruption Rank on Trading Economics has been making rounds on social media in recent times. This is perhaps due in part to the upcoming Philippine general elections in May. While it is indeed great that the … Continued
In less than 24 hours, many of the colleges and universities in the U.S. will be closing their application systems for Regular Decision (RD) applicants to their undergraduate programs. Their admissions offices will then begin their closed-door process of evaluating applicants. … Continued
In the Roman Catholic tradition, we celebrate the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God on January 1st. While looking around for possible greetings and materials for the new year, it occurred to me that perhaps this can also be an opportunity to share some insights on religion, art, history, and perhaps religious education and international relations.
Everything is awesome! 😀 This is my first test post; perhaps, one of many test posts. With the many gates of Harvard, the above is one of my favorites. Inscribed on top of the gate, right below the Harvard shield, are … Continued