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“Once every four years, the best and brightest athletes representing countries from around the world come together to face the ice and snow as they compete for the podium in the Winter Olympics. Each time, the games kick off with a spectacle of sorts: the Opening Ceremony. @pyeongchang2018 @paralympics athletes inspire! Good luck to all […]Read More THE SPECTACLE OF THE WINTER OLYMPICS
Japan is an interesting mix of old and new, where a peaceful coalescence of tradition and modernity serve as the backdrop for everyday life. What seems to remain an important and profound traditional art form is Shodo, or Japanese calligraphy. Both a spiritual practice and a physical activity, it is positively ingrained in Japanese […]Read More EXPERIENCING CALLIGRAPHY (書道) IN ASAMA SHRINE
Semesters later, students and professors alike still bring to light the amazing work done by Donna Rey, a Visual Communication student from the University of the Philippines, Diliman. On her semester abroad at iCLA, she was able to come up with a beautiful collection of videos and photos for the world to see, and […]Read More DONNA: THE ART OF A CINEASTE
The Women’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (WNCAA) kicks off its cheerleading competition at 11 a.m., Feb. 17, at Makati Coliseum in Barangay La Paz. Teams from participating schools will vie for top spots in the midgets, juniors and seniors divisions. Centro Escolar University’s (CEU) Pep Squad returns not just to defend its crown in the […]Read More WNCAA 2018: Can CEU Pep Squad pull off a four-peat?