41/52 weeks - Paper by Fifty Three
40/52 weeks - "We bring the food back to fast food #BetterBeef #ArbysPH." My favorite part of marketing 101 passes: promotional materials! This time, I helped a Management Economics group create a promo for a foreign brand that will be launched in the Philippines. They wanted to show that Arby’s doesn’t just serve fast food, but premium roast beef burgers as well.
39/52 weeks - For a year, I stayed in the CADs documentation box as a photographer for The GUIDON. It was reaaaally awkward because I was the only one who wasn’t in black shirt and jeans. This year, I can finally say that I’m CADs PROuD!
These are a few of my photos from RiB SIKLAB! CADs Jazz will always be my favorite team to photograph! More photos soon!
38/52 weeks - Watched the UAAP Cheer Rally Competition for the first time! Hooray for school spirit!
36/52 weeks - Early Bird Breakfast Club at the Fort Complex: French Toast Fondue (Php 210), Lemon Butter Bangus (Php 325), Ultimate Grilled Cheese with Roasted Tomato Soup (Php 295), and Bacon and Egg Nest (Php 195).
35/52 weeks - Echosmith, The Summer Set, and We Are the In Crowd in Bazooka Rocks III! I didn’t think I would be able to watch, but on the day itself, my friend had extra tickets so we went for it! Once again surprised with the outcome of my photos taken with a Lumix LX7!
34/52 weeks - Covered my first Ateneo-La Salle game! Such an amazing experience!
33/52 weeks - Took photos of former Chief Justice, Renato Corona for The GUIDON’s 85th anniversary folio!
Joining The GUIDON as a news reporter was not something “he had to decide on,” he says. “Writing had always been a part of my life.” He continues, “It was something I loves to do, because I loved to read. So when I joined The GUIDON it was for love.” — People of The GUIDON: Renato Corona by Eugene G. Ong.
32/52 weeks - It was my third time to go surfing, but the first time to have an overnight surfing trip! Being on the beach was a great relief from the stressful accelerated semester I had two weeks prior! The waves in La Union were so much bigger compared to Baler and Real!