FDCP Film Talks makes its stop at the Colegio

Posted on October 10, 2018

The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) in partnership with the Cinema One Originals, organized a film discussion seminar at the St. Thomas Hall on Wednesday, October 10.

A Book Hoarder's Story

Posted on September 04, 2018

“Sometimes, looking at the many books I have at home, I feel I shall die before I come to the end of them, yet I cannot resist the temptation of buying new books. Whenever I walk into a bookstore and find a book on one of my hobbies...I say to myself, “What a pity I can’t buy that book, for I already have a copy at home.” ― Jorge Luis Borges, This Craft of Verse.

Get to know the new VP for Religious Affairs

Posted on September 02, 2018

As we move forward to another academic year, we’re welcomed with a new Vice President for Religious Affairs— the soft-spoken 35-year- old priest from the province of Capiz, Iloilo, Rev. Fr. John Stephen Besa O.P.

Destileria Limtuaco Museum: A Historic Legacy Distilled Through the Years

Posted on August 31, 2018

Intramuros has always been home for cultural and historical sites that stood the test of time. Several landmarks, restaurants, and institutions are seen within its grandiose walls, including museums and galleries which are often amassed by local and foreign tourists.

The Memory of Freedom

Posted on August 21, 2018

After 35 years of one of the country’s historic moments, many Filipinos still remember the assassination of Senator Ninoy Aquino Jr. – a hero who fought for democracy, for freedom, and for the Filipinos.

A Great Contrast: Family fun and Lingering fear

Posted on July 29, 2018

After 14 years, Pixar finally unveiled the second installment of the family favored animated film – which people of all ages has waited for – the Incredibles 2. The Parr family hits the screens once again.

Appreciation vs. Aesthetics

Posted on July 29, 2018

Thousands of people from around the Manila flocked the newly opened National Museum of Natural History last May 18, just in time for the International Museum Day. Approximately 20,000 visitors were said to have already walked inside the museum a few days after it opened their doors to the public.

The cost of loving truth

Posted on April 07, 2018

In August 2013, members of the Letran community linked arms with millions of outraged Filipinos in Luneta Park to call for the abolition of the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF), in the aftermath of a political scandal now referred to as the “Pork Barrel Scam.”

VIVA SEÑOR NAZARENO: A brief history of the Feast of Black Nazarene

Posted on January 09, 2018

In hopes of being bestowed a miracle, thousands of Filipino devotees have gathered today in celebration of the feast of the Black Nazarene.

Reel Review: The Good and Bad in DC’s Justice League

Posted on December 16, 2017

Following the release of Wonder Woman last June, DC kicks back with an all-star superhero team that is here to save the world again from (another) extra-terrestrial invasion which a lot of people have had enough of during the past few years; Justice League stars the ever-famous heroes that all children knew ever since then now on the big screen.