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Lost in translation, far from home

Two Ateneans recount their experiences in adjusting to college, in light of growing up and belonging to different linguistic groups. By Lyka Janelle Pacleb Culture shock in going to university isn’t just a breeze. Adjusting from high school to college is one thing; moving into a new language community is another. It can get hardContinue reading “Lost in translation, far from home”

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Black Scoop’s about to have three branches along Katip. Here’s why.

By Tatiana L. Maligro Katipunan is no stranger to Cafes. With at least two big universities along the area—Ateneo de Manila University and University of the Philippines-Diliman — Katipunan is home to at least 15 different cafes. Each cafe has its own personality, from homey vibes like Ella and the Blackbird to more rustic cafesContinue reading “Black Scoop’s about to have three branches along Katip. Here’s why.”

New condos to rise in Katipunan

By Lyka Janelle Pacleb Condominium buildings owned by three major property developers in Katipunan have begun construction and are set to open their doors from 2020 onward, amid the daily heavy traffic along the avenue and the influx of commercial establishments within the area. Torre Lorenzo Development Corporation (TLDC), Scheirman & Cruz Property Holdings, Inc.Continue reading “New condos to rise in Katipunan”

Before the whistle: Team Ateneo’s probinsyanos

By Tatiana L. Maligro To celebrate the successful runs of the teams that competed in the first half of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) season 82, Ateneo de Manila held its first bonfire of the year on November 25 at the Ateneo Grade School Parking Lot. With the theme Dynasty, Ateneo celebratesContinue reading “Before the whistle: Team Ateneo’s probinsyanos”