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  • April 26, 2024

From the middle to the orient: Olive trees resprout in ‘Little Gaza’ 

Olive trees flourished in the humble orchards of Palestine not just as a source of income but as companions of life. It bears the fruit gripping on to each family’s identity and upbringing—including Filipino-Palestinians. So when the olive trees were cut and burnt by Israel, an olive tree continued to sprout within the spirit of the Filipino-Palestinian families who lived and established a new life in ‘Little Gaza’ in Don Antonio Village, Quezon City.
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  • April 15, 2024

IMMERSE YOURSELF IN A GAME OF HIGH STAKES AND DEADLY WAGERS WITH THE WORLD OF LADY LUCK

Inspired by renowned animes such as Danganronpa and Kakegurui, Lady Luck takes on the main stage in a riveting dark fantasy meets psychological thriller theater production by Mediartrix the university-wide multimedia organization of the University of Santo Tomas. This marks their second production of the school year 2023-2024 and their first-ever English original musical play featuring original jazz music written by talents from the organization.
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  • April 14, 2024

Paano maka-survive ang main character sa Metro Manila Heat?

Sa paglipas ng mga araw, hindi lang panahon ang umiinit, ngunit maging ang mga ulo rin ng Tamaraws. Natunaw na ang sunscreen, walang humpay na ang pagpaypay, at kung ano-anong pagpapalamig na ang ginawa na ng main characters para lamang manatiling fresh ang mga ito habang tinatahak nila ang kani-kanilang kwento ng buhay sa loob ng Pamantasan. In fairness, fresh pa rin daw tayong tingnan. Agree?
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  • March 31, 2024

7 Sanctified Stops: A guide for honoring Visita Iglesia

Practicing the long-old Visita Iglesia is one of the traditions observed by Catholics through visiting at least seven different churches. So while classes are suspended during the week, it has given the devotees the chance to observe holiness and sanctity during the Lenten season, specifically this Holy Week. Here is a rundown of the churches you may visit for Visita Iglesia 2024, but also your reminder to strengthen your faith anytime and anywhere.
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  • March 30, 2024

TAMready! Ways to mitigate sirens along Morayta-España streets

It’s that time of the month where cases of fire disaster proliferate due to the constant changing of weather. This change affects the temperature in our houses, raising risks of igniting a fire. As a result, this month was declared to be Fire Prevention Month to raise awareness among the citizens. However, despite raising awareness, there are still fire cases caused by accidents and negligence.
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  • March 27, 2024

A BudgeTAMian’s Favorite Siomai House: Angkong or Dimsum Treats? 

For students around the University Belt (U-Belt) area, the infamous Jollibee vs. McDonald's discussion is not the only talk of the town. Instead, the debate also lies between Dimsum Treats and Angkong Dimsum House. Many are crazed to defend this side and that, but really, what history lies in between these two siomai houses, and why have both been nothing short of packed and full all these years?
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  • March 18, 2024

From denial to acceptance, now put your hands up!

The early days of March had become an emotional ride for Tamaraws, especially for those who are clinching to complete their Wellness and Recreation Program (WRP) hours much faster with the commencement of the WRP Festival of Talents. Despite the high anticipation of the event, many Tamaraws were at a loss as they were greeted while scanning the QR codes with, “This form is no longer accepting responses, and has been set to automatically close by wrpfeu@gmail.com.”
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  • March 18, 2024

FTG’s 90th anniversary marks comeback at the FEU Main Auditorium

Far Eastern University (FEU) Theater Guild (FTG) celebrated its 90th year in the FEU Auditorium last March 15, departing from the usual venue at the FEU Center for the Arts Studio. Fresh off a two-month run of its production of Liza Magtoto’s Agnoia, the guild concluded Nobenta, a concert that celebrated their 90-year legacy.
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  • March 18, 2024

Talk of the Ton: FEU newlyweds bloom novels to forerun lovelock’s prologue

Far Eastern University (FEU) witnessed not only the unification but also the foreseen fruitful future of six couples as the prosperity of a fresh start prompted. Together with their other halves at TamVows 2024, the couples braved the eternal bond of matrimony in a mass wedding spearheaded by the Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management (ITHM) at the FEU Plaza last March 8.
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  • March 17, 2024

From one kween to another: Breaking norms in Thy Happy Halls

Every year, the world recognizes the contributions of women in society in different aspects such as politics, history, and innovation. Today, as we transverse into a more inclusive and open society, we acknowledge our sisters from the LGBTQIA+ community—transwomen—as part of this celebration.
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  • March 14, 2024

Star-borne love and entwined fates: FTG redo Agnoia with a trickle of novelty

Far Eastern University (FEU) Theater Guild (FTG) restaged Liza Magtoto’s Agnoia bringing the element of water into play. The production about the 12 zodiac signs features tear-jerking, wide-eyeing, and tummy-turning show that stages all 12 zodiac signs characterized into people we have all met in our lives, no matter your sun, moon, or rising–Agnoia is a treat.
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  • March 03, 2024

Pick-a-core: What ID lanyard matches your aesthetic?

From coquette, Barbie, to Kitchie Nadal core, a wide range of aesthetics evolved from Pinterest mood boards to physical items like fashion and accessories. This opened an opportunity for Tamaraw online sellers in the One Piyu Community (OPC) Facebook group to craft customized ID lanyards of different themes, catering to Tamaraws of various styles early this February.
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  • February 22, 2024

Spot the difference: #FEU96 shifts from customs last foundation anniversary

When the golden past met the sea of tomorrow, a celebration of 96 years' worth of excellence extended to the experience of each Tamaraw spirit. Whether it fell short by one day this time, the weeklong event is a green-and-gold staple awaited every single year. To commemorate its Founding Anniversary Week, Far Eastern University (FEU) spearheaded activities a little bit differently last February 5 to 8.
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  • February 12, 2024

No one does it like I do: Meet the Tamaraw trendsetter

It comes as no surprise to anyone that Filipinos are naturally gifted in categories other than singing. While some would argue that gathering likes on TikTok is quite an easy feat, the talent it takes to start a trend that breaks through international borders is a whole other conversation of perseverance, something that Tamaraw Rizelle Anne Disono has accomplished.
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  • January 28, 2024

#TamsOnTheStreet: Tamaraws sing their New Year’s resolution

Music has always been a way for us to make connections with our friends, situationships, memories, and even hardships. In this TamKTV-themed #TamsOnTheStreet (TOTS) installment, we asked fellow Tamaraws to describe their 2023 and what they look forward to in 2024 using the lyrics of their favorite song.
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  • December 29, 2023

#TamarawsGiveBack: FEU students call for online support vs. December 31 deadline

When December comes around, streets are usually decorated with Christmas lights, crowded with busy shoppers, and overflowed with Holiday spirit. This December though is a bit different for a lot of Filipinos due to transport strikes held by transport groups Pagkakaisa ng mga Samahan ng Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (PISTON) and the Samahang Manibela Mananakay at Nagkaisang Terminal ng Transportasyon (SMMITT), commonly referred to as Manibela, ahead of the Public Utility Vehicle Modernization Program (PUVMP) and the jeepney phaseout.
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  • December 20, 2023

Will Mikhael's Anticipated "(I’m So) Into You" Music Video, a Visual Spectacle Crafted by FEU Digital Cinema Students in Collaboration with Universal Records

Universal Records Inc. proudly announces the anticipated release of the official music video for "(I’m So) Into You," a soulful single by the rising Cebuano artist, Will Mikhael. Produced in collaboration with Far Eastern University (FEU) Digital Cinema students, this creative partnership promises to deliver a captivating visual narrative that harmonizes seamlessly with the artist's unique musical style.
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  • November 28, 2023

AI, Nagbabalik! Multimedia Production class to delve on Esports and AI in VERSUS Untucked

Esports more than ever has been branching out as they enter various leagues. Ignited and stronger than before, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has also entered the rift and may make or break the industry. This is what VERSUS: Untucked, Glitch Productions’ Episode 2 wanted to showcase premiering live tomorrow, November 29, 10:00 am to 11:00 am via Far Eastern University (FEU) Studios. 
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  • October 24, 2023

AI, Anong Bago?: Glitch Productions to premiere an AI-related Gameshow, VERSUS

A sportscaster powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Chat GPT–these are just two examples of technological breakthroughs that caused a stir online. Incorporating this idea led fourth-year Communication students to launch VERSUS, a game show to identify student or AI works premiering on October 25, 11:00 am to 12 noon, via Far Eastern University (FEU) Studios. 
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  • September 02, 2023

Buhay bilang Barker: Kilalanin si Ate May ng Lerma

Sa pasikot-sikot na lansangan ng Maynila ay matatagpuan ang Lerma, isang masikip na eskinitang pinaliliwanagan ng mga poste ng ilaw at samu’t saring kwento ng bawat taong dumadaan. Ngunit lansangan man kung titingnan, ang espasyong ito ang itinuring ni Ate May na tahanan.
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  • August 31, 2023

Mga kwento ng pag-ibig: Tamdula VI Love-Oratory ng FTG

Ibibida ng Far Eastern University (FEU) Theater Guild (FTG) ang hiwaga ng pag-ibig sa Tamdula VI: Love-Oratory. Ito ay para sa pagdiriwang ng kanilang ika-90 na anibersaryo na mapapanood simula Agosto 29-31 hanggang Setyembre 1-2 at 4-9 na gaganapin sa FEU Center for the Arts (FCA) Studio.
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  • August 28, 2023

“Raining in Manila”: Mga Pampalipas Oras Tuwing Tag-ulan

Sa patuloy na pagbuhos ng malamig na ulan, tila’y naging tema na ng buhay ng bawat Tamaraws ang kantang ‘Raining in Manila’ ng Lola Amour. Kahit malamig ang panahon, hindi ito hadlang para sa kahit na sino na magkaroon ng pampalipas oras habang inaantay ang banaag ng araw.
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  • August 26, 2023

Sa paglipad ni Potie: Pag-alala kay Jessica Marie Sibayan

Isa sa mga kasabik-sabik na araw para sa mga Tamaraw ay ang makuha ang kanilang diploma. Ito ay hudyat ng panibagong kabanata para sa mga bata na minsang nangarap na makatapos ng kanilang pag-aaral. Ngunit hindi ito ang kaso para sa Far Eastern University (FEU) BS Tourism Management student na si Jessica Marie Sibayan, na namayapa bago pa man maranasan ang kanyang pinakahihintay na sandali.
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  • July 31, 2023

BOOGSH! The FEUture of Drag in Thy Happy Halls

The highly anticipated return of Drag Race Philippines (DRPH) proudly flaunts its new set of colorful drag kweens, including the Far Eastern University (FEU) alum Jayper Frank Palma, famously known as Tiny Li’l Deluxe. As more Tamaraws brave such platforms, the creation and maintenance of a safe place play a pivotal role in exploring and improving one’s identity and craft—one of which is the stunning and complicated world of drag.
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  • July 26, 2023

The Tamaraw Story Before Graduation

For years, these Tamaraws have had the time of their lives fighting dragons, and now their time has come. This chapter of their lives ends as they exit thy happy halls and walk toward the stage of the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC).
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  • June 29, 2023

Paving the Rainbow Brick Road

It's almost the end of June—a sea of multi-colored decor adorns the public streets while minorities unapologetically celebrate their queerness. This sighting is practically inescapable, the rainbow flags that represent the diverse members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) community. But after every Pride Month, the colors immediately lose their hue as society moves onward while minorities find themselves back where they started.
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  • May 28, 2023

Best is Yet to COMM: Special Projects Class to spearhead Tam Awards 2023 

Another academic term has ended—blood, sweat, and tears were purged from students through the journey for greatness. With the second edition of the Tamaraw Media (TAM) Awards, a yearly initiative of the Far Eastern University (FEU) Communication Society (CommSoc), and FEU Department of Communication (DepComm), outstanding works from Communication students will be recognized on May 29 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
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  • May 19, 2023

It’s SummerTam! 5 Provinces You Can Go To This Summer

Countless hours spent listening to lectures, sleepless nights sacrificed for reviewing, and restless days gone through to get those A’s—these sum up Tamaraws’ college journey. So upon hearing the dismissal bells ring by the end of class, we realize that maybe all we need is that exciting escape—that getaway from everything. The only question is, “Where do we go?”
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  • February 16, 2023

It’s a Yes! 5 Museum date ideas

What better way to celebrate the month of love than staring at someone you hold dear and a set of beautiful canvases and art? St. Valentine’s day may end, but the month of February offers us a month-long to spend it, that is why we’ve got you covered where to spend your time–doing museumventure!
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  • January 31, 2023

TAMFoodtrip: 8 Must-try Coffee Shops Around FEU

As the new semester begins, students are back snoozing their alarms, hearing Canvas notifications, and going back and forth from one room to another to attend their classes—making one dream of a much-awaited siesta.
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  • January 29, 2023

Braving the New Semester: 5 Tips for Tam Freshies

For Tamaraws, being back in thy happy halls is the best thing to ever happen after a long, well-deserved semestral break. With this new chapter, Tam Freshies will not only kick-start the semester with a set of new experiences and new goals, but new challenges as well. 
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  • January 04, 2023

The Story of a Filipino Nightingale: FEU nursing alumnus awarded with Florence Nightingale medal

From being a small-town boy in Lobo, Batangas to becoming one of the highly esteemed medical practitioners in London, United Kingdom, Far Eastern University (FEU) Institute of Nursing (IN) Batch 1997 alumnus, and first Filipino recipient of the Florence Nightingale medal, Mr. Dennis Paquiz, RN took a trip down memory lane on his journey of hurdles, perseverance, and success.
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  • December 21, 2022

FEU in Canvas: Five Obra Maes-Tams within Campus

“Oasis of the University-belt, in the heart of downtown Manila”—deserving of this title, Far Eastern University (FEU) never fails to stand out among other universities with its outstanding style and designs. Through these, Tamaraws are ought to walk with pride down thy happy and aesthetic halls.
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  • December 13, 2022

Playing with lover: BuzzBeat Productions to premiere Love or Lose

BuzzBeat Productions will finally enter the rift as they premiere Love or Lose, a multimedia program produced by fourth-year Communication students exploring ideas of love and gaming through the online game League of Legends (LOL) at 8:00PM today, December 12 via FEU Studios.
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  • December 02, 2022

5 Tamaraw Traditions that You Need to Know

One thing to know about the Tamaraw Community is that they share a diverse culture. Even before the pandemic, the campus grounds were filled with the much-anticipated traditions and beliefs whenever there were student-led events to occur.
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  • December 01, 2022

Behind the word ‘terror’: Sir Eli’s legacy

Far Eastern University (FEU) Department of Political Science Associate Professor Elizar Zamora, Ph.D. remains in the mourning hearts of the green-and-gold community. The educator, who died at 62, handled Political Science and General Education courses such as The Life and Works of Rizal and Readings in Philippine History.
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  • October 24, 2022

Midnight Mayhem: Tamaraw Edition

As the clock struck twelve last October 21, Taylor Swift's highly anticipated album “Midnights” caused a wave of chaotic mayhem among Filipino Swifties, including the FEU Tamaraws. This record encapsulates the ponderings that keep us awake at night, whether you’re preparing for a long quiz or simply having your me-time at your favorite spot on campus.
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  • September 29, 2022

TAMang Boto: Strengthening political transparency through fact-checking

Far Eastern University (FEU)’s student-led election advocacy group, TAMang Boto will launch its third phase with a webinar on fact-checking for good governance in the current political landscape co-presented by Move.PH of Rappler, FEU Advocate, FEU Communication Society, and FEU Political Science Society on September 30.
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  • September 27, 2022

#TAMFoodtrip: Hidden Gems of FEU Canteens

Finding what to eat in between classes may be a hassle for some Tamaraws because of the wide variety of foods offered by canteens in and out of the campus. But with these hidden gems, you will surely forget the “Kahit saan” remarks as we present you with our first series of #TAMFoodtrip! 
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  • August 31, 2022

Paglisan sa Probinsya: Byahe Patungo sa Pangarap

Sa pagsapit ng panibagong akademikong taon sa Far Eastern University (FEU) kasabay nito ang pagdating ng mga bagong Tamaraws na nagmula sa iba't ibang probinsya. Malayo at mahirap man ang byaheng tatahakin patungong Maynila, patuloy ang kanilang pagpupursigi patungo sa panibagong oportunidad at kinabukasang hinahangad.
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  • August 29, 2022

Hudyat ng Kasaysayan: Pagpapatuloy sa Kabayanihan ng Pilipino

Ang rebolusyong sinimulan upang makawala sa 333 taong pananakop ng mga Kastila ay isa lamang sa patunay na matindi ang pinagdaanan at paninindigan ng mga bayani. Dala ang naglalagablab na hangarin para sa kalayaan, sila ay magsisilbing kampanang gigising sa sariling kakayahan at pagiging makabayan ng bawat Pilipino.
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  • August 26, 2022

Ikalawang Tahanan: 6 na Tamaraw Dorm Tips

Sa opisyal na pagbabalik-eskwela nitong Agosto 15, panibagong hamon ang haharapin ng mga mag-aaral na milya-milya ang layo ng tahanan sa napiling paaralan. May pag-aalinlangan man, ang paghahanap ng dormitoryo ang kanilang magiging sandigan upang makaiwas sa masalimuot na daloy ng trapiko mula sa kanilang pinanggalingan.
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  • August 25, 2022

MAKABAGONG KKK: Kaunlaran ng Kababayang Kabataan

Isang makabuluhang pagdiriwang ang pagsapit ng ika-12 ng Agosto dahil pagkilala ito sa Pandaigdigang Araw ng Kabataan o mas kilala bilang International Youth Day (IYD). Simula pa noong taong 1999, ipinagdiriwang na ito ng mga kasapi ng United Nations sa iba’t ibang lupalop ng mundo na may gampaning ipagyabong ang potensyal ng kabataan sa kahit anumang larangan.
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  • August 21, 2022

iTatak Tamaraw: Isang Gabay para sa Tam Freshies

Pagkatapos ng dalawang taon, nagbukas na muli ang pinto ng Far Eastern University (FEU) sa pagbabalik ng face-to-face classes. Maituturing ito na isang panibagong kabanata para sa karamihan ng Tamaraws lalo pa’t online classes ang nakasanayan nila sa loob ng halos pitong semestre—kasama na ang mid-year.
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  • May 25, 2022

A lesson on elections: a voter’s civic duty

As one of the most anticipated events inside the green and gold community, University elections are vital to exercise the voting rights and responsibilities of students. The University elections give students a chance to have a say on how they want to be led, and who they want to lead. The very act of voting allows them to contribute to how the University and its Institutes will take care of the thousands of Tamaraws it shelters.
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  • May 06, 2022

Voters’ Blueprint for the 2022 National Elections

As the May 2022 elections are forthcoming, many first-time voters have entered the scene. The election day is more than just determining who will earn the seat of power, but it can also make or break our calls for principled governance.
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  • March 30, 2022

Gowns and Armors: 5 Beauty Queens Who Became Activists

Perfect hair, smooth skin, immaculate clothes. A nice smile. Since the dawn of time, these are considered the defining traits of women. Precisely because women are taught to only strive for beauty, "beauty queens are hailed as the ultimate form of women–pretty girls with pacifist views."
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  • March 12, 2022

The Tamaraw Homecoming

Schools are starting to revert to conducting physical classes while adhering to the guidelines set by the Department of Health (DOH) and Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The much-awaited return in “thy happy halls” has surely made the Tamaraws feel different emotions; nostalgia for old-time Tamaraws, and new experiences for the freshmen and sophomores. Despite the different experiences, one thing is common: the good feeling of finally coming back home.
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  • February 01, 2022

8 Filipino Traditions Celebrating Lunar New Year

Declaring Chinese New Year as a special non-working holiday in 2012 was a breakthrough for the Filipino-Chinese Community. It is one of the country's most-awaited and sensational events, next to Christmas and New Year.
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  • January 08, 2022

Remembering the legacy of F. Sionil Jose

National Artist for Literature and Far Eastern University (FEU) Alumnus, F. Sionil Jose, dies at 97, leaving behind a legacy that shaped Philippine literature. Most of his work dwells on the stories of the ordinary Filipino people, focusing on issues of poverty and social class divisions.
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  • December 14, 2021

A Cog in the Wheel: Social Media and the National Elections

In a high-stakes political affair that will dictate the future of the Philippines, the Filipinos’ involvement— both online and offline— has a resounding reach. As thousands logged onto digital spaces to air their thoughts, the support and criticism toward electoral candidates trended in a display of public sentiment.
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  • December 01, 2021

Building Vaccine Confidence by Immunizing New Media

Establishing vaccine confidence has always been one of the long-term goals in the health sector, especially in the pursuance of universal healthcare. However, vaccine hesitancy remains to be prevalent. As media experts master the use of media to achieve greater means, the Far Eastern University (FEU) Communication Society (CommSoc) organized “Ano Na Vax?!,” a webinar tackling the role of the new media in building vaccine confidence, last November 20, 2021.
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  • November 30, 2021

Andres Bonifacio, Today

Through the tumultuous and triumphant times, the ceaseless ticking of the clock served to remind of the now, the next, and the new. Sailing through the dark chapters of Philippine colonial history and struggle leading up to today’s democratic society, however, holds the answer to the country’s present and future. In commemoration of Bonifacio Day, we ask: where has his fight taken the Philippines?
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  • November 26, 2021

The Gateway to Knowledge and Culture

The Far Eastern University (FEU) Library supports its students’ and faculty members' teaching, learning, and research needs through diverse materials and invaluable services. Regardless of the sudden shift to online learning, the library staff managed to fully serve the best they could by establishing new policies, guidelines, and responsibilities.
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  • November 25, 2021

Fighting Misinformation during Elections

Misinformation has always been pervasive but this is not a new phenomenon especially during election season. The Philippines has experienced its own plights regarding this issue as well as social media becoming a constant battleground of those on the opposite sides. It is not only the media’s job to ensure that credible information is disseminated throughout the country but all Filipinos can take their share of responsibility as well.
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  • November 15, 2021

Popularity Game: Celebrities in the Political Arena

Peeling back decades of the Philippine political scene reveal rosters of celebrities who have filed elective candidacies in a bid for public service. As stardom and political power increasingly become an expected pairing in the country, a concern emerges: are these celebrities banking on their political competence, or riding on the coattails of their prominence?
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  • October 25, 2021

Tamaraw Month: A Call for Rescue

For more than 80 years, the elusive Tamaraws have been the emblem of Far Eastern University (FEU) as they embody both strength and resiliency—qualities deeply associated with the University’s core values. Unfortunately, they remain to be identified as critically endangered in the bushy forests of Mindoro Island.
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  • October 23, 2021

6 Extraordinary Mediums Filipino Artists Wield in their Works

October marks the season for artists to ramp up their creativity and ready their materials in full gear as art challenges fill the community. Every artist showcases their respective art styles and passion, accepting the challenges with full vigor. These art challenges push artists to go out of their comfort zone and explore new mediums or subjects, learning more skills to tuck under their creative tool belts and discover other interests they otherwise would not have looked into.
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  • October 12, 2021

With Ink, Chalk, and Passion

For decades, Bienvenido L. Lumbera bared his truth across multiple literary forms, championing the Filipino experience from the paper to the blackboard and inspiring many generations of writers and scholars at a time when colonial mentality was astir.
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  • October 09, 2021

Seeing the Intangible

Mental health problem is no fiction. It is invisible because it resides in the mind, but this fight does not need to be fought alone. As we celebrate National Mental Health Week, let us find out what one can do to maintain the Tamaraw mentality: being brave, visible, and aware.
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  • September 30, 2021

5 Reasons Why Listening to Podcasts is Worthwhile

The increased daily media consumption by people of all ages induces the ongoing buildout of digitized content such as podcasts. In today’s celebration of International Podcast Day, let us bring to light how it benefits everyone, especially students, during this health crisis.
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  • September 17, 2021

FEU WRP: More than What Meets the Eye

As degree programs are filled with painstaking high-unit courses, 1.5 units and straightforward requirements may make the Far Eastern University (FEU) Wellness and Recreation Program (WRP) feel insignificant, but that cannot be further from the truth. It is an opportunity to learn something new or practice and enhance one’s potential.
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  • September 08, 2021

The Female Power in Literature

Modern literature has become an outlet for women’s voices and has helped distinguish a wide range of perspectives. As written works started to gain a female standpoint by the 18th century, men began critiquing women’s novels which is why the concept of having female writers was often disregarded due to their inferior standing in male-dominated societies.
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  • September 01, 2021

The Pandemic Effect: Looking at Distorted Lenses

During these unprecedented times, taking care of oneself is essential, but it has been difficult for some to maintain a decent routine. More than ever, the importance of a self-care routine is needed to ensure one’s health is at its best, however, it is not a one-size-fits-all.
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  • August 25, 2021

18 Units Closer: Teaching Without an Education Degree

It is an unspoken reality as old as time: job hunting is a contest where education, skills, and credentials determine the victors. At a time when accomplishments are prized, the post-degree Teacher Certificate Program (TCP) offered by the Far Eastern University-Institute of Education (FEU-IE) for non-education majors may be just what one needs to widen their field of opportunities.
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  • July 31, 2021

On-the-job Training on a Virtual Platform

Do not turn that computer off just yet, bid the sweet, summer sun farewell, and wave those beaches goodbye. Your vacation days might take a while because your training is about to start.
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  • July 29, 2021

Legacy of Service and Excellence

Envisioned in 2014, the Filipino-Kiwi Hero awards aim to highlight and inspire continuous excellence among migrant communities in their respective fields who have flourished and thrived in their new environments.
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  • July 16, 2021

FEU Tech student goes viral for 'Kalsada Heroes'

Far Eastern University Institute of Technology (FEU Tech) first-year Multimedia Arts student Eman Jacob San Andres went trending on social media as he starred Filipino street food vendors in his digital artwork series called "Kalsada Heroes."
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  • May 01, 2021

CommSoc to launch the first virtual #CommWeek

Far Eastern University Communication Society (FEU CommSoc) together with students from the Department of Communication (DepComm) is looking forward to showcase the first online transition of its signature event—the 2021 Communication Week starting Monday, May 3.
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  • February 12, 2021

SPARKS YEAR 5: Love in the Digital Age

SPARKS’ goal is simple and clear: its advocacy is to let participants share their respective stories of love and relationships and understand the true meaning of love while ensuring a safe online interaction in this time of pandemic.
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  • September 04, 2020

Fortitude

FEU is home to the brave Tamaraws. Lorrainne Pingol, an alumna of FEU Institute of Nursing Batch 2011, is a perfectly clear testament to the University’s bravery and resiliency mantra.
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  • May 12, 2020

How About a Virtual Hug?

Living in isolation, especially during a dangerous circumstance, is not something that most people will find appealing.
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  • July 06, 2019

Motion

All the world is a stage, and each life is a performance marked by decisions— the biggest of which involves taking charge of its choreography. Walking the border between masculinity and femininity gave Matrix Katindig the flair and graces of a professional dancer. His quest to find a gender identity and subsequent stability is a balancing act which took years to achieve.
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  • December 25, 2017

Top Five Misconceptions of Christmas

Twinkling lights, festive gatherings, and the undying Jose Mari Chan’s “Christmas in our hearts” on repeat are only a fraction of how some Tamaraws would describe the typical Filipino celebration of Christmas.
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  • June 12, 2017

9 Things that Make Independence an Everyday Celebration for Tamaraws

Different things could pop in the heads of different people right off the bat when they hear the word “Independence”. For some Filipinos, it is the sovereignty of the nation – the prize from successfully defeating the invaders. While for others, it is the mere liberty they obtain as they grow up.
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  • October 10, 2016

Resonant Voice

“Gusto ko nang huminga… gusto ko nang ibuga…gusto ko nang ibuga ang huli mong hininga.” These words weren’t exhales of relief for 3rd year Communication student John Bernard Juanich, but exhales of bottled grief.
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  • August 29, 2016

10 Munting Kabayanihan ng mga Estudyanteng Tamaraw

Kung muling tatanawin ang kasaysayan marahil ay hindi matatapos ang listahan ng mga taong nagpamalas ng lakas, katapangan at malasakit sa kapwa. 'Di tulad ng iba na hayag at nakatala sa napakaraming bersyon ng mga libro, ang ibang random acts of kindness ay maipapamalas sa loob ng paaralan.
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  • August 28, 2016

Spoken Word Poetry: Muling Pagsibol ng Wikang Filipino

Labing-anim na letra, tatlong salita, isang kahulugan. Mula sa mga titik at letrang binalangkas ng berso at tugma, at mga pahinang sinubaybayan ng madla, sumibol ang isang sining na tuluyang bumihag sa nakararami; ang spoken word poetry.
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  • July 29, 2016

Call for Fair Play: Pressing for gender rights

With or without a megaphone, the message is clear: The members of the LGBTQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Quarry, and Intersex) appeal for only two things from society - respect and acceptance.
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  • July 01, 2016

Revolutionary Leader: A fuel igniting change

Whilst courageous heroes emerge in the historical wars of the country, today a remarkable leader triumphantly rises in the nation’s epic battle for the throne. Armed with skillful tactics, a notable leadership style and a hint of charisma, the 16th President of the Republic Rodrigo ‘Digong’ Duterte may have ignited a revolution for change.
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  • June 24, 2016

Remodeled Lair

As the Green and Gold community opens its gates this school year, it welcomes the newest members of the herd – the Far Eastern University Senior High School (FEU-SHS) students – in the threshold of a brand-new home and a chapter of change.
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  • June 17, 2016

A Lady of Radiance

Standing out amidst an expectant crowd is something she has mastered. As she walks along the corridor, she turns heads and harvests a couple of hi’s and hello’s. But more than stealing hearts, when she enters the room, it’s a different story - she shapes minds; she educates the youth.
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  • June 01, 2016

8 Types of Tamaraws during Summer

As the four-month break rolls in, the Far Eastern University (FEU) students temporarily cut loose from the Tamaraw mother ship and assume different roles.
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  • May 21, 2016

Sterling

Plated, prized, and etched with Magna cum laude. It was more than a medal of honor. It was a reminder of the tears, empty pockets and his six years of struggle.
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  • May 02, 2016

Out of the Cocoon: On the wings of a Tamaraw’s second journey

Breaking out from the shell of one’s alma mater, with flying colors, is every Tamaraw’s ambition. Some would burst forth from their pods and fly out to new grounds for a new adventure. Some would hark back to the familiar spot where they rightfully earned their wings to set out on another exciting flight.
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