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Staying fit in DLSU

Obviously what can put you off any kind of program for fitness would be yourself. May it be you think its too late or that it hurts your body or even how much time it consumes, you really have to treat every one of those concerns as excuses. Trying to be fit isn’t a waste…

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Vignette: Things you didn’t know about the Philippine public transportation system

If you use public transport every once in a while (or all the time), then did it ever come to mind that we often see things that aren’t supposed to be there, and yet we might as well have gotten used to it? Here are some facts to things you might have seen or experienced…

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Vignette: The green mark

We have been taught to sit still—hands folded neatly on our laps, and eyes trained on the board – while words bounce over and around inside one of Yuchengco Building’s clammy rooms. We have felt the wind sting our skin and the sun drench us in dewy sweat, as we sprinted across the grounds of…

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Local vs. foreign superheroic comparisons

Superman, Batman, Spiderman, these are just few of the superheroes that have, over time, become household names around the world. Everybody is familiar with Superman’s iconic costume: the red cape, blue spandex, and bold insignia, across his chest. Everybody knows about the Dark Knight and his crusade against crime in Gotham City. And everybody is…

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Glimpse: The true cost of campaign jingles

The campaign period that led to the elections was a time when political hopefuls shelled out large amounts of money to ensure their victory in the polls. While we were mostly aware of the monetary value of posters, t-shirts, and even television commercials, one other aspect of campaigning goes unchecked, and that is the cost…

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Rant and Rave: Save Rock and Roll by Fall Out Boy

The world of social media was hit by storm with the announcement of the return of Fall Out Boy thanks to the release of their new single, “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)”. To say the least, the hype could have been worth it for those who expected that…

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Trapo

Is it just me, or is it not true that as we approached the elections, we started spending less on food since we’ve been getting a lot of stuff for free? Am I just hallucinating when I see different gimmicks online that are “worth sharing” via Facebook as we approach the General Elections?   To…

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FOOD: KFC BBQ Shredder Sandwich

Here it is: another attempt by KFC to introduce a revolutionary sandwich with the new BBQ Shredder. It’s basically shredded chicken mixed with barbeque sauce topped with lettuce before being put between two buns. The taste however, is far from revolutionary. The look is not very appealing at all, with the sauce oozing out some…

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GLIMPSE: An article about YOLO, because YOLO

“You only live once. That’s the motto [expletive] YOLO.” That’s right, Drake and Lil’ Wayne. The term YOLO has skyrocketed in fame as late as last year among the younger generations who have heard The Motto. We know how they roll: imitating the messages of the songs in their self-declared principles and beliefs. Some can…

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Rant and Rave: Dogs eating Dogs by Blink 182

Rating: 3.0   Is your favorite band too mainstream? Blink-182 just provided a solution for that.   The extended play entitled Dogs Eating Dogs was released last December 18 to the delight of the fans looking forward to the new sound of Blink-182, may it be for them to continue the approach they had in…