Blog Archives

Extending College

The UAAP Season 73 “Heroes” (Pic from the UAAP Season 73 Facebook like-page)

As if I didn’t just graduate, my stupidity was at its peak when I left my UAAP Season 73 opening ticket right when I was already on my way to Araneta.  It was just last year when I was entering through the South Gate FOR FREE. Good thing, self-proclaimed Fighting Maroons “stage ate (sister)” Kat has one extra, and she handed it to me as an evidence of my notorious forgetfulness.  (Then later, she begged it back to paste it in her scrapbook.) Anyway, did I just see Ogie Alcasid and Gary Valenciano commencing the season with some grooving? Not to mention, Alcasid’s awkward, overkill, politically-monstrous Bangon Pilipinas had to constantly remind us that we are now under a new rule. Instantly, Charice’s bright yellow, debutante-cake-like inauguration dress drew itself in my mind. Apart from that, the best part of the show was– if you thought UP won, we were speared by DLSU at 80-62— nothing less than the AVP. With the theme “Heroism,” give way for your team…

( U NA I BA E RA SA I DA A DA NA GA PA I LA I PA I NA A SA )

Advertisements

Quotes for the Un/Employed

I was snatched by my fellow unemployed journalism-alumni friends Kat and KJ a while ago, walked back and forth UP-CMC to file some request for a transcript of my grades and generally talked/ranted/expressed astronomical angst about, well, non-life. Ultimately, we had the following directly translated quotable quotes you yourself might use for your daily living. Assuming you look up to us as pedestals of unemployed:

( Don’t console me. You can only console me if you can gimme a job. )

Oh My Grad!

Thanks for the applause and cheer guys, I didn’t expect that. Barry Cyrus Reintegrado Viloria. 2006-70277. Alumnus, bitch. Pic by Nigel Cornel.

Average is Something Much More

Spending college in UP has been extraordinary. In so many levels, I’ve experienced quite a number of both bizarre and blissful things I could’ve not done ever in any private university. Right now before graduation rites, I’ve been encountering attachment symptoms. I can’t seem to liberate myself from the multi-walled institution I’ve been for four years. It seemed like yesterday, I was just being melodramatic about high school but I figured: My college life IS way better than high school’s. No offense. ( Read more… )