Thesis – a deadly term that brings the shivers to every living, breathing college student. For Letranites, it’s one of many obstacles that may bolster, or hinder, one’s #RoadToPICC journey. It is a task that could potentially mar, irrevocably, long-lasting friendships; it will bring sleepless nights and starved mornings; it will come at the expense of your social life.
For this single piece, we have run out of irony and sarcasm. Thank God, this is the only piece in this Lampoon Issue that is not written in a satirical manner.
“Papasok kang ordinaryong tao, lalabas kang mandirigma.”
It's about time!
After the successful launching of its own website last September 2017, The LANCE editorial board members have once again dreamt of acquiring things beyond both of their imagination and capabilities. A mobile application, aimed at giving timely updates to all Letranites who only care a little about the small community that they live in. But now, it has been a dream come true.
It’s been a rough month online for the nation’s sweetheart.
The recent “NCAA on Tour” did not only bring the league closer to its fans this season but also gave schools opportunity to enjoy a home-court advantage. Letran was one of the schools which hosted a game in this year’s special NCAA segment. However, supporters did not only make a closer bond during the game, they were able to see the current state of the Blessed Antonio Varona Gymnasium -- with its vintage look yet poor flooring.
In order to recognize the hidden talents of other Letranites as they showcase their trash-talking skills outside the campus, the Office of Student Welfare and Development (OSWD), in coordination with Colegio de San Juan de Letran's Athletics Department, has recently announced their plans of including today's famous and endless computer game for the upcoming Letramurals 2018.
People inside and outside of the Colegio have been rotating in the circles of agony as their all-time favorite companion, 7-11 Muralla, was closed down for good last May 2017.
For a fact, everyone in the campus has seen the growth of Andres Rico Gonzales III in pictures bannered on the façade of Letran. For years, ‘Andres’ made a lot of accomplishments at a very young age.