Dancing is everywhere. At some point in our lives, we have seen someone dance or have even danced ourselves. Dancing is also showcased in talent shows and, usually, we see dancers become renowned worldwide because of their skill. But why is it that dancing is mostly regarded as an artistic expression rather than an athletic … Continue reading The dancing dilemma: Is it an art form or a sport?
During quarantine, your actions are extremely restricted. As a kid, you can’t go outside, while those who can have to observe strict health guidelines. So, you had to be creative if you didn’t want to die of boredom. I’m barely even a grown-up, but I’ve already started programming video games. You may find it weird … Continue reading Video games developed by a 13-year-old Marista
In line with Blue & Gold's campaign against disinformation, we share to you the types of disinformation. We have also included some samples from the very sources of disinformation. Other sample here came from sites that have inspected and detected malicious content. Mahulog ka na sa crush mo, huwag lang sa iba’t ibang uri ng … Continue reading #MayTamaBaTo What are the types of disinformation?
A small group of friends faces the impact of a mammoth disaster. Typhoon Ulysses struck Central Luzon near midnight of November 11 and brought over 24 dreadful hours of downpour onto its path. As a result, numerous typhoon victims were left with damaged houses, little to no means of survival, and low-spirits. Seeing how there … Continue reading ‘Marista Cares’ for Ulysses victims: Privilege turns to opportunity
In an era where information spreads faster than ever and is easily accessible via the Internet, it can be said that convenience and communication are at their peak. However, with such speed in sharing details online, there also come potential dangers. The average netizen may be prone to consuming and disseminating misinformation, more commonly known … Continue reading #KnowingOurNow: Avoiding online misinformation