“My stay in Marist was like an abstract artwork, difficult to understand at first, but still filled both my eyes and heart with joy.” Completing junior high school with a class of equal number of male and female students, Ana Katrina Asuncion has experienced new things in Marist School after her transfer to senior high … Continue reading A differently familiar abstract artwork: SHS and graduation for Asuncion and Anagap
Even amidst an ongoing pandemic, there is no hindrance at all for Filipinos and LGBTQIA+ organizations in assembling together to celebrate Pride Month in 2021. With massive public gatherings such as parades and festivals still canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions this year, the LGBTQIA+ community and its allies have continued in relocating these festivities on … Continue reading ‘Sulong, Vaklash!’ and why Pride has always been a protest
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?