The Jesuit Residence at the Ateneo de Manila University has been a home for priests as well as the nurses who take care of the old and sickly servants of God. Fr. Francisco “Kiko” Perez stays at the residence hall for 47 years. Private nurse Odel Filomeno has been taking care of sickJesuit priests for 6 years.
For some people, dogs are not just pals. They are real lifesavers. Watch how Filipino writer-actress Alya Honasan survived the threats of breast cancer through Kikay, her best buddy.
– Jodee A. Agoncillo
More pieces of advice from cancer survivor Alya Honasan here:
Alya sought refuge from Kikay during her most difficult times. These students of the Ateneo de Manila University (photos below), meanwhile, learned new tricks from the Multimedia class–a solution to another “challenging” course they are currently taking.
“We are glad and privileged to have taken this course,” they said, adding that Professor Kim Kieran’s Multimedia class–in partnership with Professor Glen Lopez– is the perfect prelude to their New Media class.
Nothing beats actual and hands-on experience with hands-on, skilled and patient teachers, they said. #
Second year MA Journalism students of the Ateneo de Manila University pose after an enriching “New Media” experience. “No one is too old to learn new tricks,” says Inquirer senior reporter Cynthia Balana.
Len Olea of alternative online magazine Bulatlat: Limitless
Undergrad students of Ateneo De Manila University (ADMU) conducted acting workshop for neighbouring school kids. On a sleepy Saturday morning the campus at Katipunan Avenue was vibrating with their happiness.
This workshop was part of activities for Ateneo Entablado club. It’s a theatre club, known for its socio-political productions.
After a hectic but successful coverage of the 2015 Asia-Pacific Economic Conference in Manila, ABS-CBN newsroom looks forward to catching its breath before moving on to the bigger event of the 2016 presidential elections.
Myanmar citizen Ne Lynn Aung, social science student at Ateneo De Manila University share his learning experiences. He recently worked as campaign manager for Tin Thit who was elected as MP in Myanmar general election on Nov 8, 2015. Novel peace laureate Aung Sann Suu Kyi’s party, National League for Democracy (NLD) won landslide. Thin Thit is a member of NLD and Ne Lynn is a one of NLD supporter.
Jeepneys are the most common form of public transportation in Manila, Philippines where Ne Lynn Aung studying. Jeepneys first hit the roads in the 1950s, refashioned from military vehicles left behind by US soldiers after World War II is still to be seen in the Philippines.
Jeepneys offer one of the cheapest ways of getting somewhere. They seldom have a special place to stop. The drivers will slow down enough to enable the passengers to jump on or out.
Jeepneys are found in many colors in Marikina.
The jeepneys don’t have air-conditioning but open windows.