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By Angel Yang
, Jillian Carpio
“On the surface, a lot of people think that suicide is primarily caused by very serious problems that are affected or aggravated by the environment one is exposed to. However, I think suicide is much more complex than this, and for someone to be driven to take his own life, what comes into play is a combination of emotional and mental stability, upbringing, and the capacity and capability to deal with difficult situations.”
By Vincen Gregory Yu
In terms of material, “Spring Awakening” and “They’re Playing Our Song” are polar opposites. The former is a modernist rock musical populated by 19th-century German adolescents on the brink of sexual awakening, while the latter is old-fashioned, feel-good fare about a neurotic musician couple.
Today’s moms are faced with tough decisions especially in cases where their children are concerned. Recent studies reveal that there is divisiveness among moms when asked whether they would let their kids indulge in experiential learning or restrict their activities in favor of easing household chores.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
We were walking to Katipunan Avenue in Quezon City coming from Ateneo de Manila University, my grade school and high school alma mater: the legendary stage director Onofre R. Pagsanghan, myself, and a bright college student who was complaining about the religious instruction at the Ateneo.
By Elizabeth Lolarga
Ramon “Richie” Lerma is the director and chief curator of the Ateneo Art Gallery (AAG) at the Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City. He used to teach at the university’s fine arts program. Today he is an adviser of Salcedo Auctions at Three Salcedo Place, Salcedo Village, Makati City.
By Joshua A.F. Dy
Basketball is a game where “height is might.” The game is often dominated by people who are tall because scoring and defending the basket is easier when you’re gifted with such stature. That is the reason Blacks and Caucasians rule basketball. Unfortunately, we Filipinos are not blessed with height. It cannot be denied that we are at a disadvantage with regards to basketball. Our physique is not built for this kind of event.
By Roy Steven Eriga
In the July 28 showdown between rivals Ateneo de Manila University and De la Salle University, students braved the long line and early hours (1 a.m.) of ticket-selling just to get good seats.
By Paul Albert Palmero
The last time I enjoyed an Ateneo-La Salle game, live, was almost a year ago. It was Aug. 28, somehow the “end” of a terrible playing season for my Green Archers, but for some reason, even though ticket availability to this legendary display of rivalry (which probably sold more than any other game in UAAP history) was iffy, I still believed I could get inside the coliseum hassle-free—just because I willed it.
By Walter Ang
Two student theater groups of Ateneo de Manila University announce their season lineups for schoolyear 2012-2013.
Gut FeelBy Minyong Ordoñez
It’s the 96th birthday of Fr. James B. Reuter, SJ. At 4:30 p.m., a group of senior citizens who belonged to the all-male Ateneo glee club of the ’50s gathered in the small chapel, just across Father Reuter’s room at Our Lady of Peace Charity Hospital in Parañaque.
By Fr. Tito Caluag
Last Wednesday, Oct. 5, we celebrated Teachers’ Day. As my way of celebrating teachers’ day, I watched—or re-watched—the film “Good-bye, Mr. Chips,” based on the 1934 classic novel of the same title by James Hilton.