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Rising hip dj joins the SM youth party

Hey, Mr. DJ! Looks like a fresh new face is joining the ranks of SM Youth’s hotties and cuties. Train your sights on partyphile Carlo Atendido, upcoming DJ who also just happens to be the only Pinoy and Asian rep to the 2015 Red Bull Thre3style World DJ Championships. Together with models turned reality TV stars Tommy Esguerra and Richard Juan, statuesque stunner Janna Tee, and athlete heartthrob L.A. Aguinaldo, Carlo will be in for a ride of fun, fashion, and crazy. A personality that’s hard to miss in the Manila party scene, Carlo is best recognized for his achievement as the first Filipino and only Asian representative at the 2015 Red Bull Thre3style World DJ Championships. International judges were impressed when Carlo displayed his set skills in scratching, juggling, word play, and …

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Kindness matters

I haven’t been in the “real world” for a long time just yet, but I sure have met a lot of people from different backgrounds and walks of life. I’ve met people who live below the poverty line, people who—like me—are just starting out, prestigious personalities, people behind great shows we see on television, people who are brilliant at their jobs, people who don’t eat the crusts on their pizza, people who do, etcetera, etcetera. I could go on and on but the point is, having met all these people made me realize something—that more than aiming to be successful or wealthy or to be the best at what I do, I should be aiming to be kind. In the few years I’ve been in the workforce, I often find myself …

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Words from a professor

Aside from your parents, one person who would be very proud once you graduate would be your teacher. He or she would be proud that, though you were a very difficult student, you made it on that stage, ready to step onto another chapter of life. Dr. Kathleen Aviso is one of those teachers. She will not remember the day you embarrassed yourself in her classroom, or the day you did not do your homework or passed your project on time, but she will remember the little things like “Miss, kung hindi dahil sa’yo na-kick out na siguro ako sa La Salle,” (Miss, if it weren’t for you, I’d probably been kicked out of La Salle) or, “Miss, thank you, dahil sa’yo, naka-graduate ako.” (Miss, thank you, because of you, I was able to graduate.) As a faculty member and researcher at the Chemical Engineering …

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Why it’s okay if things are not working out

It’s that time of the year again where people either 1.) post. three-paragraph (or more) status on social media to look back on what a year it has been—their achievements and all the shenanigans; 2.) make a list of their New Year’s resolutions and set their goals for the year to come; 3.) do both, or; 4.) do neither because you don’t really have that much of an achievement you can be proud of. You also don’t know what to do with your life so setting goals is out of the question. If you’re one of those who did number four, you’re probably kicking yourself in the butt right now and wishing you were somebody more successful and goal-oriented. But before you worry that you’re turning into a real-life Frances Ha, I’m telling you, it’s okay. She’s amazing and she’s not doing anything wrong with her …

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